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“Will come again”
Review of The Cadogan Ingham

The Cadogan Ingham
Ranked #1 of 1 Restaurants in Ingham
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $15 - $25
Cuisines: British, Pub, Gastropub
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Good for: Families with children
Dining options: Outdoor Seating, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Dining
Description: On the food side, the emphasis is on good quality, seasonal produce and, wherever possible, we source it locally. We are delighted to have been awarded an AA rosette for our food. Our breakfast menu includes Newmarket sausages, Suffolk bacon, our own hen’s eggs and smoked salmon from the smokery at our sister pub. We love Sunday lunch and offer a great roast – bring the family or meet up with friends and catch up on your week.
Reviewed January 15, 2013

Saturday lunch for a family party. Not much space in bar for a big party but once we got to our table fantastic. Spacious dining room, attentive staff, good food.

Not rushed in anyway despite the last ones left in the dining room at nearly 4pm!

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Thank WingerStowmarket
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Reviewed November 27, 2012

I stayed over at the Cadogan recently and both the food and rooms were great.

The restaurant menu is packed full of local produce (local Pork and beef for example) and the quality of produce shines through.

My meal started with a bowl of home made Pork crackling (with apple sauce), which is a bar snack - but large enough to be a starter. Apparantly the crackling takes 2 days to make and tasted fabulous.

For a main course I opted for the feather blade steak, with homemade chips and I wasn't disappointed - the steak was cooked beautifully (medium rare) and was very tender and tasty.

I didn't chose a dessert, but there were plenty on offer - ranging from Pannacotta to a cheese plate with half a dozen choices.

The wine list is short, but covers all areas well - and a glass of Malbec went extremely well with the steak!

All in all a very good meal and I will definitely be back soon.

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Thank MikeHughes68
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Reviewed November 9, 2012

We booked this as a birthday dinner for my wife. The restaurant was not busy, it was a Tuesday evening. There was a great selection on the autumn menu and specials board and all 5 of us were spoiled for choice. We had the while you wait bites which was just as well as the other 3 courses were not hurried from the kitchen. All dishes well presented and very tasty. £40 per head for 3 courses inc wine & beer. Great to see complimentary water provided

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Thank collec2r
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Reviewed November 5, 2012

We had a very enjoyable meal, very good service without being over bearing. Reasonably priced and good choices. Ample parking

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Thank arsenal45
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Reviewed October 29, 2012

The menu at the Cadogan is well thought out, well prepared and very tasty - good brasserie standard. The setting and decor was modern comfortable and the service of good standard.

My only minor adverse comments are:

(1) Given the quality of the menu, it was a little disappointing to ask for a nice port or cognac and to be told that the only choices available were a bog-standard Cockburns port and a bog-standard brandy. Perhaps a little more thought to the end drinks situation possibly...

(2) One of our friends ordered a dessert described as a "chocolate and peanut butter tart" which, when it came, turned out to be very hard, almost indegistible and on a biscuit, not a pastry base. The one disappointment on the food front.

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Thank Will F
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