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Eating out is always a gamble, but we want to help take the guess work out by sharing some of our region’s hidden gems with readers. Each week our team of food reviewers travel the length and breadth of East Anglia hunting out quaint English pubs, explosive Asian cuisine and romantic restaurants.


Make our perfectly wobbly boozy dessert this weekend.

The food at The Weeping Willow is as beautifully presented as the restaurant itself says Emily Cotton.

We checked out a new cafe found on an old Suffolk airfield

The starters were excellent but other elements of the meal here didn’t strike a chord with our reviewer.

The Forge Kitchen lets you take the art of combining food and flavours 
into your own 
hands, says 

Mark Edwards tries some authentic Nepalese street food at new south Asian and Indian fusion restaurant in Colchester

We tried out the vegan and vegetarian offerings at this mid-Suffolk pub.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis checks out the new food offering at The Black Lion.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis visits a popular pub on the Essex/Suffolk border.

Homemade cakes, single origin hot chocolate and some of the best sandwiches around greet our reviewer at Twyfords in Beccles.

Food editor Charlotte Smith-Jarvis looks back on a year of reviews and picks her favourites from 2017.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis fell head over heels for the food at Suffolk’s Best Restaurant.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis says the schnitzel is worth the drive to this country pub in Leavenheath.

Dishes at Japanese and Korean restaurant Takayama in Ipswich are a treat for the eyes and the stomach, says Emily Cotton

Mark Edwards finds a warm welcome and fine Gurkha curries at The Britannia Gurkha Restaurant and Bar in Colchester.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis finds excellent service, and great wine, at The Secret Garden restaurant in Sudbury.

Emily Cotton enjoys Sunday brunch at The Boarding House Dining Rooms in Halesworth.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis finds a warm welcome and hearty food with a Scottish twist at The Greyhound, Pettistree.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis enjoyed the global tastes at Kesgrave Hall but said service needs a little work.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis is bowled over by a new authentic Italian restuarant in Colchester.

Our reviewer found the food mostly good, but the service cold at this popular coastal pub.

We return to review The Marquis in Layham near Hadleigh.

Amy Gallivan heads to Curry India in Framlingham for a Saturday night feast.

The food and ambiance didn’t match the beautiful setting of The Cookhouse at Suffolk Food Hall, says Charlotte Smith-Jarvis.

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