Earsham Street Café is housed in a 17th Century building with a colourful past, having seen service as an inn with a cock fighting pit, a bookmakers, a bazaar and a traditional tearooms.
Now it's home to this delightful cafe, making indulgent cakes and creating delicious food from locally sourced, seasonal ingredients.
The menu is seasonal, and everything is home cooked - even the jams and chutneys! Fair trade coffee and tea, and locally produced cold drinks are served all day, alongside a selection of meals (gluten and dairy free and vegetarian options available)
The Café is fully licenced for the sale of alcohol and offers a select range of local beers and cider, as well as wine.
The menu starts with breakfast snacks and finishes with afternoon tea. Choose from a selection of freshly-made gourmet sandwiches, soup, the savoury tart of the day, pate or maybe something from the specials board.
'Our freshly baked scones and delicious selection of cakes are the highlight of a visit. Both our Carrot Cake & Millionaires Shortbread enjoy a reputation among some of our visitors of being the best in Suffolk'.
The former cock fighting pit is now a hidden courtyard garden with outside seating, providing a delightful sunny area for alfresco dining.
Children are most welcome, as are well-behaved dogs in the Courtyard area
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