There are a wide range of pubs to choose from when visiting Suffolk. 

Whether you're looking for a refreshing pint after walking along the Suffolk coastline or craving a warm Sunday lunch in a cosy atmosphere, there's a pub in Suffolk to suit every need. 

Sometimes funny things happen when you go to the pub.

Here are funny Tripadvisor reviews of 5 pubs in Suffolk.

1. The Green Man Inn

Where: Main Street, Tunstall, Woodbridge, IP12 2JE

The Green Man Inn is a village pub serving a selection of local and regional ales as well as comforting, homemade food. 

One reviewer just couldn't help themselves when describing the Sunday lunch they had, but it was the bread pudding that really won them over. 

"My choice was a bread pudding served with ice cream and caramel sauce," they said. "It was plate-licking good."

"I managed to resist the plate licking but it really was sublime."

The Green Man Inn was recently named one of the best restaurants in Suffolk by Tripadvisor.

2. White Horse Whepstead

Where: Rede Road, Whepstead, Bury St Edmunds, IP29 4SS

Ipswich Star: The White Horse is a dog friendly pubThe White Horse is a dog friendly pub (Image: Andy Abbot)

A country pub serving a wide selection of food and drinks, the White Horse Whepstead can be found less than a 20 minute drive from Bury St Edmunds.

One reviewer describes this pub as "if Carlsberg did pubs". 

They said: "We ordered drinks, a Carlesberg, and pink gin and lemonade."

"I went to get another one and was told it was happy hour. Even better lol".

Other positive reviews describe this pub as "spectacular" and many talk about returning to the pub in the future.

3. The Star Inn

Where: Hall Road, Wenhaston, Southwold, IP19 9HF

Ipswich Star: The Star Inn is open from Tuesday to SundayThe Star Inn is open from Tuesday to Sunday (Image: Google)Less than seven miles away from the coastal town of Southwold, The Star Inn is a proper old-fashioned English country pub. 

Many reviewers talk about the unique nature of the pub, with one review saying "This is the best, quirkiest, friendly, interesting pub with unusual old signs and decor". 

Another reviewer even suggests going to this pub "is rather like visiting distant relatives".

"Their place is fascinating and ruggedly individual".

Read More: Suffolk pub temporarily closes its doors

4. Wilford Bridge

Where: Wilford Bridge Road, Woodbridge, IP12 2PA

Enjoy learning about Suffolk history at nearby Sutton Hoo before coming to the Wilford Bridge for a hearty pub classic. 

One reviewer "absolutely loved the cottagy vibe of the pub" but did have one concern.

"Toilets were respectable however I must comment on the watery hand soap! Not a big deal but it's one of my pet peeves along with no background music".

Despite the watery soap, other reviews describe the friendly and helpful staff and the "top-rate" food. 

5. The Cricketers

Where: 51 Crown Street, Ipswich, IP1 3JA

Ipswich Star: The building was purpose built in the 1930sThe building was purpose built in the 1930s (Image: Lucy Taylor)

The Cricketers is a pub run by well-known chain Weatherspoon and serves a range of alcoholic drinks and food ranging from pizza to curries. 

However, one reviewer noted a rather peculiar guest trying to get a pint. 

"I was entertained by the local wildlife as a pigeon entered the bar looking for scraps on the floor".

A pub may not be the best place for a pigeon but other reviews talk about the excellent service, tasty food and "its outdoor section which is huge".