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Best Restaurant winner at the EADT Suffolk magazine Food and Drink Awards 2016

PUBLISHED: 11:39 27 April 2016 | UPDATED: 12:44 27 April 2016

Food and Drink Awards 2016

Best Restaurant - Sponsor Frances Hopewell-Smith with Paul Richardson and Simon Bartle from Tuddenham Mill

Food and Drink Awards 2016 Best Restaurant - Sponsor Frances Hopewell-Smith with Paul Richardson and Simon Bartle from Tuddenham Mill

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Judges were looking for a restaurant or eaterie in Suffolk which has the ability to create an outstanding dining experience, cook to a degree of excellence using fresh, local produce and provide an excellent level of customer service.

Winners of the EADT Suffolk magazine Food and Drink Awards 2016Winners of the EADT Suffolk magazine Food and Drink Awards 2016

Winner: Tuddenham Mill

Judges said that service was attentive with an incredible amount of knowledge and finesse from waiting staff who were able to talk in great depth about the ingredients used and their provenance.

Highly commended: Fox and Goose

The judges found the food to be excellent - complex without being over fussy - allowing the flavours of each ingredient to stand out. Dishes are predominantly local and seasonal and cooked with flair.

Highly commended: The Unruly Pig

Judges loved the relaxed, unpretentious and congenial atmosphere of this eatery. Cooking was highly skilled, and the homemade pasta and desserts in particular, can be applauded, as can the chefs’ ability to cook meat to perfection.

Find out the rest of the winners at the EADT Suffolk magazine Food and Drink awards.

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