The building that was once home to a town centre restaurant is on the market in Suffolk's "foodie capital". 

Located in Risbygate Street, Bury St Edmunds, the 15th century coaching Inn used to be known as Casa. 

The much-loved Tapas restaurant closed down last year after first opening in 2009.

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Estate agents Everard Cole says the Grade II listed property has enough space for 100 covers internally and 70 covers externally. 

There is a bar area, a commercial kitchen and a basement cellar with private accommodation on the first and second floors of the property. 

East Anglian Daily Times: There is a bar area inside the propertyThere is a bar area inside the property (Image: Everard Cole)

East Anglian Daily Times: Casa was a tapas restaurant in Bury St EdmundsCasa was a tapas restaurant in Bury St Edmunds (Image: Everard Cole)

The private accommodation has six bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen and a lounge.  

A barn to the rear of the premises can be used for private functions or as additional dining space.

The site also has planning permission for the development of three houses. 

Everard Cole are asking for offers in excess of £800,000 for the restaurant and those interested should contact Gareth Hatton on for further details.