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Bromeswell/Walberswick: The British Larder and The Anchor named in top 50 gastropubs in the UK

18:08 03 February 2014

t The British Larder at Bromeswell

t The British Larder at Bromeswell


Two Suffolk pubs have been listed in the top 50 Gastro Pubs in the United Kingdom.


The British Larder in Bromeswell dropped one place from 14th to 15th and the Anchor in Walberswick were numbered at 36 in the 2014 Budweiser Budvar Top 50 Gastropubs Awards, organised by the Publican Morning Advertiser.

Despite falling one place, the British Larder were happy.

Ross Pike, joint owner said: “It puts all of our hard work into perspective.

“We want to be in the top 10, and we’re making sure each customer walks away happy.”

Madalene Bonvini-Hamel, who is also owner of the British Larder said: “It’s a fantastic feeling and a great accolade for us.”

Mark Dorber, owner of the Anchor, said: “We are thrilled.

“My wife Sophie has been the inspiration and drive behind everything we have achieved here.

“She continues to keep the pot boiling and spirits high.”



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