A family-run restaurant in the heart of Ipswich has won a national food award. 

The Good Food Awards recognise the hard-working teams who strive for culinary excellence within their field. 

The winners are chosen for their food quality, service, and value. 

The Grill at Twenty5, in St Nicholas Street in Ipswich, won a 'highly revered' Gold Seal which is given to restaurants that consistently achieve high customer ratings over three years. 

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The current owners, mother and son Tina and James Leamon, took over the restaurant in 2019 and won a Blue Ribbon in the Good Food Awards 2021.

The ingredients used are seasonal and sourced locally, with the menu including lamb shanks, a Mediterranean tart, and fish and chips. 

The restaurant is open from Monday to Saturday, with full timings available on its website.