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Sink your teeth into 14 of Ipswich’s new restaurants

PUBLISHED: 09:26 21 August 2017 | UPDATED: 14:41 21 August 2017

The Grazing Sheep on the Ipswich Waterfront. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

The Grazing Sheep on the Ipswich Waterfront. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

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If you live in Ipswich then you have probably noticed the growth in restaurants and eateries in the past two years. We have compiled a list of them for you to try.

Takayama restaurant on Fore Street. Picture: ARLEN JAMES Takayama restaurant on Fore Street. Picture: ARLEN JAMES

Takayama, Fore Street

This well-decorated and reasonably priced restaurant gives Ipswich a fine taste of Japanese and Korean cuisine. Dishes range from freshly prepared sushi, deep-fried dumplings, a large range of nigri, and much more.

The Grazing Sheep on Ipswich waterfront. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN The Grazing Sheep on Ipswich waterfront. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

The Grazing Sheep, Ipswich Waterfront

From Swedish meatballs to gluten free chocolate cake, The Grazing Sheep offers a great range of delicious food that is made mostly with Suffolk ingredients. As well as great food, you will get to enjoy the beautiful views of the Ipswich Waterfront.

Tagine at Casablanca Restaurant. Picture: SU ANDERSON Tagine at Casablanca Restaurant. Picture: SU ANDERSON

Casablanca, Tacket Street

Experience the exotic flavours of Lebanese and Moroccan dining, freshly prepared with ingredients from around East Anglia and cooked by award-winning chefs.

92 Noodle Bar on Fore Street. Picture: ARLEN JAMES 92 Noodle Bar on Fore Street. Picture: ARLEN JAMES

92 Noodle Bar, Fore Street

Visit the former home of the world’s first female pilot, Edith Maud Cook, and enjoy 92 Noodle Bar’s authentic Chinese menu. The restaurant backs onto the Ipswich Waterfront, so it is the perfect opportunity to enjoy some great food and finish it off by relaxing in front of some fantastic scenery.

Prezzo's crab salad. Picture: SUPPLIED Prezzo's crab salad. Picture: SUPPLIED

Prezzo, Buttermarket Shopping Centre

Whether you are looking for flavour-packed pizzas, a great range of pasta dishes, succulent meat dishes, or traditional risottos, then Prezzo will not disappoint. This a perfect restaurant for the whole family, and afterwards you can enjoy a film in Empire cinema upstairs.

Lux Sushi in Ipswich. Picture: LUX SUSHI Lux Sushi in Ipswich. Picture: LUX SUSHI

Lux Sushi, St Matthew’s Street

If you are looking for fresh and delicious sushi on the go, as well as a wide range of dishes, then visit Lux Sushi takeaway and experience the wonders of Japanese food.

Love Thy Burger Ipswich, Big Smoke burger. Picture: CHARLOTTE SMITH-JARVIS Love Thy Burger Ipswich, Big Smoke burger. Picture: CHARLOTTE SMITH-JARVIS

Love Thy Burger, Westgate Street

A restaurant established from the love for great burgers by a chef with more than 30 years’ experience, Love Thy Burger offers succulent burgers that are packed with flavour. The restaurant is located at the top of the high street and offers a casual and relaxed eatery.

Ottoman Restaurant, Woodbridge Road. Picture: CONTRIBUTED Ottoman Restaurant, Woodbridge Road. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Ottoman, Woodbridge Road

Enjoy the family-run traditional Turkish restaurant that blends fine food from chefs with years of perfecting traditional recipes, and a relaxing authentic atmosphere.

Wagamama in the Buttermarket. Picture: WAGAMAMA Wagamama in the Buttermarket. Picture: WAGAMAMA

Wagamamas, Buttermarket Shopping Centre

Treat the family to a wide range of Asian-inspired dishes that have been created in the 25 years since Wagamamas began, along with some great Japanese favourites. Whether you fancy ramen to curries, you are bound to find something you love.

O Patio Patisserie & Coffee Shop. Picture: MARTIN SMITH O Patio Patisserie & Coffee Shop. Picture: MARTIN SMITH

O Patio Patisserie and Coffee Shop, St Matthew’s Street

Experience a taste of Portugal in the heart of Ipswich that is perfect to be enjoyed by the whole family. This café offers a great range of delicious food and treats in a relaxed environment, and all at a good price.

Byron Burger food. Picture: DREW TAYLOR Byron Burger food. Picture: DREW TAYLOR

Byron, Buttermarket Shopping Centre

Calling all burger-lovers, sink your teeth into Byron’s range of succulent British beef burgers bursting with flavour. You can also enjoy incredible thick shakes, or delicious brewed craft beers alongside your meal.

The Mariners Restaurant on Ipswich Waterfront. Picture: PHIL MORLEY The Mariners Restaurant on Ipswich Waterfront. Picture: PHIL MORLEY

The Mariners, Ipswich Waterfront

The award-winning restaurant is under new management, and if you are looking for fine-dining in a beautiful setting and an international cuisine, then look no further, the floating restaurant on the Ipswich dock is a must-try.

Cosy Club in the Buttermarket. Picture: ANTONY POTTS Cosy Club in the Buttermarket. Picture: ANTONY POTTS

Cosy Club, Buttermarket Shopping Centre

Step back into the past and be taken away by the quirky decor and great range of food at the Cosy Club. It offers a relaxing break from your day, along with the choice of breakfasts, light lunches, wholesome meals and a delicious range of cocktails.

Coast to Coast Ipswich. The bacon and cheese burger at Coast to Coast. Picture: CHARLOTTE SMITH-JARVIS Coast to Coast Ipswich. The bacon and cheese burger at Coast to Coast. Picture: CHARLOTTE SMITH-JARVIS

Coast to Coast, Buttermarket Shopping Centre

The best tastes of America have been brought to Ipswich and compiled into Coast to Coast’s mouth-watering menu. You can choose from a wide range of burgers, steaks, ribs, chicken, pizzas and much more that will meet the needs of everyone.

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