Restaurant – with – Rooms, Good Food, Great Night's Sleep
As a local restaurant-with-rooms, The Bell is all about good food, relaxed dining and naturally, great Suffolk ingredients.
The menu tabs above will help you discover a flavour of our cooking here at The Bell and what we offer when.
DINING TUESDAY TO SATURDAY – On our main carte menu, we offer our delicious stylish home-cooked dishes, featuring local seasonal ingredients and global flavours to suit all tastes and appetites. We also offer our prix fixe menu Tue – Sat lunch and Tue – Thu evening for a great value two or three course offer. Click on the main menu above to see sample selections. of what is served and when.
ALL DAY DINING – We now offer proper all-day dining every day 2.30 – 6pm in the restaurant, staying open in the afternoons where you can enjoy a tasty selection of our favourite Bell starters, main course classics and sides.
AFTERNOON TEA – As well as our all-day dining, in the afternoons we also offer a delicious range of freshly-made sandwiches, traybakes, cakes and other teatime favourites in the bar.
SUNDAY BRUNCHTIME – Alongside some light lunch favourites and always a roast-style dish or two somewhere on the hearty individually-priced menu, we offer all those lazy comfort food classics that everyone loves come Sunday morning… Come along, relax and kick back with the papers and some chilled music. Sample Sunday Brunch menu above
POT LUCK ON SUNDAY EVENINGS AND MONDAYS – We don’t offer our usual menus on Sunday night and on Monday, it’s our all day dining selection as above or we have The Bell ‘s ‘Pot Luck”, literally! This is a a simple choice of at least two hearty classic dishes, with a pint or a glass of house wine for £10 per head. Click on Offers & Events for more info.
BREAKFAST – If you fancy stopping by for breakfast any day of the week, we are open for non-residents as well as our guests in-house. Best to book ahead and you will find a sample Breakfast menu above.
JONNY’S COOKING – Our food here at The Bell At Sax’ is what I love to eat, and what the guides like to label ‘Modern British’, not entirely sure it describes it, but for me that means great local ingredients, simply cooked up into comforting dishes, the kind of food to relax over when eating out. Not fancy fine dining, instead proper food with real flavour, nevertheless prepared with the same care and skill as the expensive pretentious places up and down the coast (but at half the price!). And by the way, our food is home-cooked by our hard-working team of chefs, we even make our own proper rolls from scratch every day. Our Bell menus change as new ingredients arrive, making best use of what’s fresh, in-season and bartered for at the kitchen door.