We stopped for lunch on the way to our weekend break in Suffolk. Lovely friendly welcome as we entered the pub and the log fire was a nice bonus as it was very cold and windy day. There was no other people eating in the restaurant so there was not much atmosphere which was a shame. Cannot understand why such a great place didn't have more customers. It would be packed solid on a Friday lunch time where we live! We started with the baked goats cheese and Tasting board - there was three of us and we shared them. Everything was lovely and we also had the amazing soda bread. Perfect start to the meal. We then had the Guinea Fowl, Fish and Fish cake. All cooked really well and all tasted amazing. We had a great bottle of white wine and we all thought it was worth the detour to find the pub for lunch. Service was efficient and friendly. The only negative was the outside loos. Not a nice experience on a cold and windy day. Saying that we wouldn't hesitate to go back to The Greyhound Inn next time we are in Suffolk.
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