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Housed in a converted 400 year old barn, the Leaping Hare restaurant, has been in the Good Food Guide for 20 consecutive years, as well as being a Bib Gourmand in the Michelin Guide. We serve a blend of modern and traditional European dishes, made...more
Wyken Road, Ixworth, Bury St Edmunds IP31 2DW, England
All reviews farmers market eggs benedict for sale book shop excellent lunch woodland walk own wine ladies who lunch shop next door gift shop restaurant cafe main course saturday morning pricey side local produce lovely food lamb
Have been going to Wyken for over 20 years. The building and gardens are beautiful and lunch or dinner are always excellent. They have got the service and ambiance just right. Simple and stylish restaurant, with seasonal well thought out dishes. The fresh salted rosemary...More
Absolutely gorgeous little place in the middle of nowhere! Great friendly, caring staff in the little shop and very well skilled in the restaurant/cafe. Lunch was top-notch as was the coffee and the service. Beautiful decor with great gifts for any occasion. One of my...More
My visits to Wyken are usually so enjoyable , but our annual Christmas coffee morning was tainted by the waitress who I can only describe as rude !
She was an older aged waitress , all the younger ones were delightful and helpful .
Our first and last visit.
We decided to go for lunch after having our car serviced in Bury St Edmunds so had a look at what was out there and happened upon this place.
It was busy when we arrived so we were not surprised...More
I was taken here for lunch today and I have to say what a beautiful spot. We ended up spending most of the day there, enjoying the Autumn sunshine and grounds of the Estate. Food and service in the bistro were both excellent (as was...More
This is one of our favourite destinations for lunch, farmers market and amazing shopping. The best bookshop/gift shop/ toyshop in the area combined with seriously good food and wine served up in a beautiful and artistically converted barn. You need to book for the sit-down...More
Firstly we had a wander along the woodland walk to the vines, unfortunately they had just finished picking grapes which would have been nice to see. This walk is accross the field and takes about 15 mins slow walk to reach the vines, the path...More
This was my first visit. When we arrived (mid morning) the vast car park was very busy. A good sign of a popular destination. Having looked around the shop we went to the café for a coffee. This is a great experience & I would...More