Mother’s Day Pick: Restaurants in Bury St Edmunds
Posted on Friday, 26th February, 2016
With such a large selection of restaurants in Bury, it’s easy to treat your favourite lady to a special meal this Mother’s Day, the only hard part is choosing where to go!
To give you a helping hand, we have picked a few of the best options:
The Finer Things in Life
1921, Angel Hill 1921 is smart and well-presented, but with an unconventional twist. Quintessentially English, it is the perfect venue for a special occasion where the wine is fine, the cocktails tasty, but the food is undeniably king.
Make Yourself at Home
The One Bull, Angel Hill The One Bull offers a relaxed atmosphere where you are equally as welcome to sit up for an evening meal as you are to lounge on a sofa with a grazing board. All can be washed down with a selection from a wide range of local real ales, or award-winning wine list.
A happy Pig is a Tasty Pig
Ben’s Restaurant, Churchgate Street Ben’s is all about local, fresh produce that can be traced all the way from farm to fork. The owners are so passionate, in fact, that they even rear their own pigs and sheep in order to be absolutely sure that you are eating the very best produce.
Sharing is Caring
Casa Del Mar, St. John’s Street There is no better way to socialise over dinner than by enjoying tapas, and Casa Del Mar is a fantastic option. Spend an evening talking, laughing and sharing the many wonderful flavours of Spanish cuisine.
Cote Brasserie, Abbeygate Street Enjoy a little taste of Paris, both in flavour and atmosphere at Cote Bury St Edmunds. Championing the laid-back, day and night dining of the City of Light, Cote delivers an authentic Parisian brasserie experience.
The World on a Fork
Giraffe, Parkway If you really can’t decide, then why not have it all at Giraffe? Explore a world of wonderful flavours from around the globe with the hugely varied menu. Also, being based next to the cinema, there is plenty of parking nearby.