Best Food Pub 2012
We believe in local
The British Larder Suffolk is all about great-tasting, locally sourced food.
We believe in keeping things local. We support local producers and we source the vast majority of our produce from them. We like to use food in season, when it’s at its very best.
We get our pork from Dingley Dell pigs just two miles down the road, our Sutton Hoo chickens are reared five miles away and our High House Farm apples and Butley oysters travel less than ten miles to reach us.
Our aim is to keep the flavour of our food as British as possible, without restricting the boundaries of our culinary creativity. Our menu changes regularly, so we can use the freshest and tastiest of local ingredients to create the very best dishes.
Our wonderful recipes are also available at www.BritishLarder.co.uk. We hope they’ll inspire you to get creative in the kitchen. You can find a few examples below.
We believe that things should be kept local...
We love to be inspired, too. So, if you are a local producer or supplier and you’d like to work with us, we’d love to hear from you. Our contact details can be found here.
Barter at the British Larder Suffolk
We have a bartering system at the British Larder Suffolk. If you have a glut of produce from your garden or allotment, or if you’re a dab hand at foraging, bring in what you’ve got and we’ll happily convert it into something equally as wonderful.
The British Larder Suffolk is proud to be Freedom Food certified; the RSPCA's farm assurance and food labelling scheme. Freedom Food is unique among UK assurance schemes as not only are all standards mandatory, the standards also cover every stage of the animal's life from birth until slaughter in a dedication to improving animal welfare. Meat products are sourced ethically and locally at the British Larder Suffolk, reinforcing its commitment to animal welfare.