We visit the Bunbury Arms for Sunday lunch probably 6 or 8 times a year. We've never found reason to criticise the cleanliness of the place, nor the attitude of the waitresses etc, on our visits, in fact quite the reverse. The standard of food on the whole has always been pretty good - maybe a tad over priced compared to other places we eat at, but not bad value for money on the whole. Clearly the carvery is going to be fresher at mid-day than perhaps it is some hours later. Sometimes the vegetables could have been warmer, I suppose, but in general there's usually a good selection of them. The joints of meat can be variable - my last experience of their lamb was not so good - rather chewy and seemed like it was shoulder of mutton from a tired old ewe, but the ham, beef, pork and turkey - whichever are 'on' have usually been very tasty. The pub is very convenient for our forays into Suffolk and beyond and we have no qualms about returning to eat there again in the future. It's not the Ritz, I admit, but it does do some nice pub grub - and I think when all is said and done, diners do have to remember that it is 'pub grub'.
They serve a decent enough pint too.
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