Bury St Edmunds restaurant and dining scene
As we mentioned, Bury St Edmunds is only two hours from London. Being so close to the capital, certain cultural elements have certainly rubbed off here. You’ll find exceptional theatres, galleries, museums and festivals, but it’s the dining scene that’s really kicking off at the moment. The restaurant scene in Bury St Edmunds reflects the county it hails from. Rural Suffolk is one of England’s most bountiful natural larders, and is home to a wealth of green fields, arable land and farms with happy and healthy livestock. It’s because of this abundance of local produce, that the food scene has erupted and the restaurants in Bury St Edmunds – one of the economic centres of Suffolk – are only going from strength to strength. You’ll find menus featuring Suffolk meat, vegetables, wheat and other grains, and of course sugar beets, and no matter where you dine, Bury St Edmunds restaurants offer up fresh, locally sourced produce, so you’re always guaranteed to fill your boots with quality fare.