Where to eat and drink in Bury St Edmunds this Christmas
Posted on Monday, 27th November, 2017
Deciding where to eat or go for a drink is rather a tricky decision in Bury St Edmunds as we are lucky enough to have so many great pubs, bars and restaurants! It is a nice problem to have, we must say. Not to worry though, because the below list can guide you to the best places for eating and drinking in Bury St Edmunds this Christmas.
A contemporary and delicious Chinese fusion restaurant in the heart of Bury St Edmunds on Abbeygate Street, best known for Sichuan, Dum Sum and Cantonese Style Dishes.
Casa Del Mar
Recently partnered with Thos Peatling wines, Casa Del Mar will not fail to disappoint your Spanish food cravings after the summer holiday season. Best known for tapas and mezze dishes.
1921 is a fine dining restaurant and canapé bar situated on the medieval Angel Hill in Bury St Edmunds. Best know for indulgent dishes such as pan fried sweetbreads and rabbit loin.
FOR A QUICK BITE
Toppers serves made-to-order sandwiches with a variety of fresh ingredients, with both light and more indulgent options. They also do a call-in service if you’re in a rush!
Wilcrofts is a very popular café on Brentgrovel Street best known for its hearty full English breakfasts, jacket potatoes and pies.
FOR A COFFEE
Scandinavia Coffee House
A cute little coffee shop based on the historic Angel Hill in an equally historic building! Best know for their classic latte.
Balieys2 has a great reputation for tasty treats and sandwiches with a twist, perfect for breaking up your Christmas shopping trip with a much-needed coffee stop! Best known for their gluten-free range of sandwiches and cakes.
FOR A COCKTAIL
The Stillery Bar
The Stillery Bar is the newest bar in town, in the upstairs room of the Snug Bar. They distil their own spirits and are best known for their extensive knowledge of the delicious gins and cocktails they serve!
So Bar is anything but just another bar, it is one of the most popular places for a night out in Bury St Edmunds! It has a relaxed & upmarket feel and hosts live music every Thursday night with its ‘unplugged sessions’. Best known for its Classic Mohito.
Eating and Drinking in Bury St Edmunds has never been so easy! For more information on any of the venues listed above, and many, many more, click here to browse our website.