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Ipswich bar offers a truly unique new approach to private dining on the town’s Waterfront.

Punch Taverns has invested in renovating former Irish pub McGinty’s, rebranding it as The Halberd Inn.

As part of a new series on retro foods, Charlotte Smith-Jarvis remembers the un-PC coolness of chocolate cigarettes.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis samples Asian food with a difference in Aldeburgh.

Stock up on vegan gifts and food at Essex Vegan Festival on Sunday.

Chef Ruth Bolton brings back her pop-up Christmas cafe to the Rougham estate.

Follow our recipe for a tasty Christmas pudding in 2018.

If you’ve been touched by watching the banned Iceland/Greenpeace advert, try one of our foodie swaps.

Restaurant near Hadleigh celebrates the release of Beaujolais Nouveau.

Our food editor Charlotte Smith-Jarvis checks out this year’s Christmas crisps and snacks.

The Chestnut Tree Pub in Pinewood has combined mince pies and Yorkshire pudding to create a unique dessert this Christmas.

More people than ever are choosing a plant-based diet, For World Vegan Month we found out why Richard Bland chose to make this change to his diet and share his tips for success.

Vegan eatery the Greenhouse Cafe has opened in Felixstowe on Orwell Road.

Test your foodie knowledge by challenging yourself to our food and drink quiz 2018.

Healthy Ediballs sells sweet snacks made from whole foods without refined sugars.

Suffolk Fresh launch their own brand of houmous made with home-grown beans.

Small plates dining at the heart of newly reopened venue Arlingtons in Ipswich.

Our food and drink editor is convinced these cinnamon buns swirled with gingerbread are the best thing she’s ever baked.

Our food and drink editor checks out this family-run Polish restaurant in Sudbury.

Our Best Coffee Shop winners have much to celebrate this year.

Struggling to eat out on your plant-based diet? Try one of these Suffolk cafes, pubs and restaurants.

The Swan in Monks Eleigh has new owners after being closed since February.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis conjures up some spooky bakes for Halloween.

They say you should never mess with a classic – but Charlotte disagrees. Try making her espresso walnut, rum and chocolate slices.

Food and drink editor Charlotte Smith-Jarvis shares some of her favourite ways to improve your cakes, biscuits and desserts.

We tried the food at this Sicilian/Italian restaurant in central Ipswich.

Lynn and Steve Tricker of Truly Traceable have added another award to their growing 2018 collection.

As the weather cools down it’s time to crank up the heat! October 22 sees the beginning of our nation’s ode to the curry. Where will you decide to eat? Here’s a few suggestions to get you started…

The first ever Suffolk Farmers’ Market at Trinity Park takes place on Saturday, October 13.

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