Staying with Suffolk based friends they announced we were going out for a late breakfast and we eventually ended up at the farm cafe which has become one of their favourites. Justifiably so we agreed after a leisurely Sunday brunch in the bright and pleasant cafe. There was a varied menu and between the four of us we managed eggs benedict, granola with local yoghurt and a selective take on a full English. All were excellent and based on topnotch ingredients. Difficult to predict what meals might be like at other times but the indications are good. The setting is positive; a nice open, unadorned and light space, newspapers available and with cheerful service. The one downside was the appearance of young female friends of the waitress with a puppy in tow. Its presence near food was a downer for the four of us but the problem was exacerbated when it was handed over the counter to the waitress, who minutes earlier had been serving our food, to fondle. Somebody needs to reinforce good practice to the staff.
That apart first rate for what it is and you can easily see why it is a popular destination that has earned plaudits from the press and the Guides. It isn't dirt cheap but I thought it good value.
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