A lovely restaurant in a beautiful old historic, building in the centre of Southwold. The food was great and the staff friendly and helpful.
Andy, the manager (owner?) is vey interesting and is full of information about the building, which has quite a history!
The restaurant also has rooms, so it is possible to stay in this wonderful establishment.
Favorite Dish: I had a delicious seafood chowder followed by a Cromer crab salad - yum!!!! Then local cheese to finish.
The restaurant uses local food and has a good variety of dishes - heavy on seafood. Absolutely fantastic! I'll be back!
Generous portions, first class chips - large, crisp outside, not greasy - friendly service and Adnams Broadside bitter to complement it. Four of us left very happy.
Favorite Dish: Cod and chips and haddock and chips equally enjoyed. Southwold is well provided in this particularly British cuisine.
The Pier is the most important landmark of Southwold. Every walk we took naturally ended there. Even if we were not very interested in its attractions it is its position in the village to make the pier an attraction. So it was natural to go there for a meal.
Favorite Dish: Eating fish and chips is a must when we visit England and it is even more in a sea village. At the Promenade Café we had cod & chips.
Fours of us visited this resturant; I had the Wild Mushroom & Spinach Lasagne, the other 3 had the Chicken. Both dishes were enjoyed, and the request to personalise the dishes was done with no problems.