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Where to eat and drink in Bury St Edmunds this Whitsun Bank Holiday

Posted on Friday, 18th May, 2018

Where to eat and drink in Bury St Edmunds this bank holiday

 

Bury St Edmunds is lucky enough to have a fantastic selection of places to eat and drink for all tastes, and we've broken down the top places to visit this Whitsun Bank Holiday

 

For a Quick Bite

 

Bury Chippy 

You’re guaranteed to have a speedy but delicious dish of traditional British fish and chips at the Bury Chippy and they have both an eat-in and a takeaway option available.

 

Papaki’s Deli 

Offering a wide selection of artisan Greek foods, you are definitely going to have a mediterranean experience at Papaki’s Deli.

 

For Brunch

 

Gastronome 

The newly opened Gastrono-me - formerly on St John’s Street as a daytime cafe, is now an all day & night cafe in the heart of the town centre, serving a host of brunch options, including a bottomless brunch for £30 per head.

 

Bay Tree 

A friendly family-run restaurant offering something for everyone, including an extensive menu of breakfast and brunch options. Their chef is even rumoured to make the best scrambled egg - why not pop in and try it this bank holiday!

 

To Eat

 

Casa 

Newly re-branded as Casa, they are hosting a number of themed nights and on Friday 25th May with 6 wines and 6 courses for £49 per person! Their a la carte menu offers a wide range of tapas for all tastes and a fantastic wine list.

 

Amigo's 

An authentic Mexican restaurant based on Brentgrovel street serving fantastic food and great cocktails to go with it.

 

LP 

The only restaurant in Bury St Edmunds with a wood-fired pizza oven, and the whole menu is music-inspired. It’s also a great spot in the evening for drinks and has a nightclub upstairs. Children are welcome in the daytime, until 10pm.

 

For a Coffee

 

Really Rather Good 

Situated overlooking the beautiful Abbeygate, you’ll have the best view in Bury St Edmunds while enjoying your coffee stop.

 

Guats Up

A super trendy coffee shop on Guildhall Street serving the finest Guatemalan coffee from local speciality coffee roaster, Butterworth and Sons.

 

For Drinks

 

Oakes Barn 

An independently run pub which is very passionate about the local community, and serves a fantastic range of real ales and craft beers as well as wines and spirits. They are also proud members of the Bury Ale Trail!

 

Boosh 

The perfect bar for a sunny day, with open concertina windows, this is a lovely spot for a cocktail during the day as a shopping break or in the evening with friends.

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