Is anything better than a cold pint in the sun? Yes, a cold pint in the sun sat in a beautiful beer garden. Suffolk is home to lots of lovely pubs with stunning gardens and here are 16 of our favourites
When you’re by the coast nothing beats traditional fish and chips. A large battered cod, crunchy fried chips with lots of salt and vinegar and of course a side of mushy peas and curry sauce. Here are favourite places to try tasty fish and chips in Suffolk
The musings of Miss Scarlett (aka Sandy Ruddock), imperfect wife, ex-wife, mother, step-mother, godmother, aunt, daughter, sibling, daughter-in-law, friend, boss and entrepreneurial founder of Scarlett & Mustard
A true foodie should know exactly how her fodder gets to the table, including the venison she enjoys so much. So Linda Duffin enrolled on Lavenham Butchers’ one-day course in butchering a muntjac carcass
Are you more partial to a Bitter or a Mild? Do you know the difference between your Pale Ales and your IPA’s? If you consider yourself to be an ale aficionado then you’ll love this guide to some of our favourite real ale pubs in Suffolk.
As a champion of local food the Suffolk Food Hall provides visitors with fantastic foods and products produced locally. From butchers, to bakers and delis we suggest 10 things that you have to try when you visit.
We all love a good cup of coffee, whether it’s a latte, flat white or just plain black Suffolk is home to a multitude of wonderful local coffee shops. Here are 10 of our favourites with no chains in sight!
As we head into the season of mid-Winter feasting and celebration, it’s time to take a look at how our most ubiquitous, mystical and deep-rooted drink can add sparkle and good cheer to the festivities. Cyder has such a long standing link with the winter it seems strange that it is more often associated with summer fayres. From Bonfire Night through to Valentine’s Day, via the ancient Wassail celebrations of Twelfth Night, there is a cyder out there to suitably fit your bill.