The Ipswich Town of places to eat and drink

POSTED ON: 29/07/2016

The Ipswich Town of places to eat and drink

By Oliver Paul
Suffolk Food Hall

I is for Isaacs, the Waterfront pub with superb range of food and a vibrant atmosphere across four bars.

P is for the personal feel of @Twenty5, the family run venue on St Nicolas Street with carefully prepared, bistro style food at its heart.

S is for the success of Trongs continuing to vie for the top of the TripAdvisor polls. A long established family-run Chinese restaurant, that would give any comparable a run for its money.

W is for Waterfront Bar Bistro, and the many others along the quay; Bistro on the Quay, Grand Central, Dance Eats, Café Cult…

The second I is for independents, but not forgetting the chains; Loch Fyne and others.

C is for the combination of cuisine you can enjoy at Aqua Eight, the place for Pan Asian fusion food.

H is for home fayre served by the Cookhouse at Suffolk Food Hall.  A champion of local food and winner of best on farm restaurant in the UK.

T is for the tented wonder of Aurora; modern British cuisine and an intimate atmosphere for dinner and/or a cocktail

O is of Ottoman and the wide selection of Turkish cuisine you’ll find at Alaturka

W is for the warm welcome at the Townhouse in heart of Ipswich which provides the relaxed approach to dining and drinking.

N is for naughty but nice (and not dear); a cream tea at the Eaterie, Salthouse Harbour Hotel.

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