Suffolk shows its class with four restaurants in the UK’s top 100 – better than Norfolk and Cambridge!
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Four restaurants in Suffolk feature in SquareMeal’s top 100 in the UK, as voted by reviewers and customers.
All four of the county’s best are in the west of Suffolk, with none in the east.
Three out of those four are in Bury St Edmunds, with Maison Bleue at 56, Pea Porridge at 60 and 1921 in at 90.
The Great House at Lavenham, which comes in at 68, completes the four in Suffolk.
Over the border in Norfolk there are three in top the 100.
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Roger Hickman’s Restaurant is at 55 and Benedict’s is ranked 63rd, with both in Norwich.
Morston Hall in Holt comes in at 83.
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There are just two in Cambridgeshire – Midsummer House at 3 and Alimentum at 18.
Despite Suffolk trouncing its border counties in the SquareMeal list, with not a single Essex restaurant making the top 100, no Suffolk eatery has a Michelin star.
Cambridge and Norfolk have two each.
The full 2016 rankings can be found here www.squaremeal.co.uk/news/uk-top-100-restaurants-2016