There are run-of-the-mill pubs, then there are refined, quality pubs. The County of Suffolk is one of the latter. In the heart of Ipswich on St Helens Street, it’s wildly popular among locals and draws in crowds almost every night of the week. As well as fine, homemade food there are plenty of cask ales, bottled beers and ciders, as well as regular events. The food menu is packed full of pub favourites, all prepared with love, but it’s hard to ignore The County of Suffolk’s Sunday lunch as the thief of the limelight. There’s a choice of roast Norfolk turkey, top rump of British beef or loin of pork. Goodness, it’s good, with a special showing of homemade cauliflower cheese in there, too. Reserve a table at The County of Suffolk now.