Which Suffolk restaurant made it into the UK’s top 100?
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An award-winning west Suffolk boutique hotel and restaurant is celebrating a hat-trick of summer accolades.
The Great House in Lavenham has been named in Harden’s top 30 French restaurants in the UK, and is the only Suffolk establishment in Square Meal’s top 100 UK restaurants.
The Great House is known for its award winning French cuisine, five-star bedrooms and its stunning surroundings - it is located in the Market Place, one of the most beautiful medieval villages in England.
The Great House has also been awarded a 2017 recognition of excellence for customer service from Hotels Combined.
Regis Crepy, chef patron of the Great House, said: “It’s fantastic that the Great House is included in these trusted guides and surveys that are based on thousands of reviews from ordinary restaurant goers.
“After 32 years at The Great House, we are still going strong and honoured to be flying the flag for Suffolk.
“I’d like to thank our customers for their sincere opinions and feedback; also to my loyal team, who work so hard to ensure that our customers have a memorable meal and time with us – this wonderful recognition is testament to their dedication.”
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Winning the number one spot in Square Meal’s top 100 UK restaurants was The Sportsman in Kent.
The Square Meal poll is the only one to exclude London, Squaremeal made this decision in order to see regional restaurants shine.