Travelling back to north Norfolk from a visit to the Long Shop Museum in Leiston, we took a short cut to Blythburgh, intending to eat there. My daughter (obviously a secret Adnams drinker) saw the pub set back from the road, and suggested we stop. A short selection of main courses and desserts, all tasty, well presented and cheerfully served. A pity I'm a confirmed Greene King drinker, because the Adnams selection was wider than usual, and interesting. A spacious and cool garden after a hor drive. Definitely a place to return if we are ever travelling down the A12.
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