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East Anglia is home to some of the UK’s finest food producers and restaurants. Suffolk is blessed with an array of quality local produce including, Suffolk ham, pork, smoked fish, cheese, honey and jams; making this region the perfect location for foodies as well as being ideal for weekend breaks for families.

Where Norfolk and Suffolk meet, you will find some fantastic eateries, and we have listed our favourites which we think are well worth a visit.

View Point Café

This café is warm and friendly and supplies its guests with a choice of outdoor and indoor seating. They are famous for their all day breakfasts, fish and chips and ice-creams. The reason this café is so special is because of its beautiful views across the river, and whilst you are enjoying a spot of lunch you may see the huge cargo ships being loaded and unloaded at the port.

The Ramsholt Arms

This popular riverside pub is situated on the beautiful banks of the River Deben. In July 2015, The Ramsholt Arms was voted one of the top 20 places to dine alfresco in the UK by the Sunday Times. If you are looking for lunch with a view, there is no need to look any further. There is an abundance of fresh seafood, sharing platters and much more to enjoy.

Café Bencotto

Café Bencotto brings a taste of the Mediterranean to Suffolk, and with its sophisticated yet laid back interior, it is the perfect place to enjoy pasta and pizza. Enjoy the flavours of Greece, Spain, The Levant and North Africa and get a taste of their first-class service. Now serving breakfast, this café should definitely be on your list.

Salthouse Eaterie

The Salthouse Eaterie boasts award-winning food and drink and has a stunning waterside location. The food is modern, and there is always an element of surprise when a twist of something delicious is added. Relax and soak in the artful surroundings and enjoy one of the 30 fine wines which are all served by the glass.

Two Magpies Bakery

Found on Southwold’s high street, this bakery has become a popular favourite with locals and visitors alike. Grab a morning coffee and pastry, or a loaf of freshly baked bread, or even a delicious treat. Their website says:

“We open early for bread and cake sales. Stop for breakfast with us and enjoy a freshly made pastry with a really great Allpress coffee made by our skilled baristas. At lunch, we have an ever-changing menu, depending on the season and what we’re finding inspirational at the time! Choose from sourdough toasties, savoury pastries, soups and seasonal hot-pots. Delicious cakes are available for eat in or take out throughout the day and we do amazing sourdough pizza to eat in to take out every Saturday night!” Sounds tempting, right?

After an exhausting day exploring, there in nothing better than having the whole family together and indulging in a delicious treat!