From Christmas croissants to warm glasses of spiced mulled wine, there are many festive foods to enjoy in Ipswich this Christmas. 

Here are five of our favourites that you should try. 

Honey + Harvey

This café in Queen Street is serving Christmas croissants filled with delicious festive flavours. 

Choose between brie and cranberry or pistachio on weekends. 

The croissants are available at the cafes in Ipswich, Melton and Woodbridge. 

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Brown Bread

Find this stall at Ipswich Market on Fridays in Princes Street. 

Try a range of Christmas treats such as pastel de nata or a turkey, ham and cranberry pie. 

Brown Bread can also be found at Woodbridge market.

Suffolk Food Hall

If you are looking for a treat to drink rather than eat, Suffolk Food Hall on the outskirts of Ipswich might have what you need. 

Try the mint hot chocolate topped with cream and two Christmas tree marshmallows. 

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The Lord Nelson

Christmas is not complete without a glass of mulled wine. 

The Lord Nelson pub in Fore Street is serving glasses alongside mince pies - and even has a deal on for customers with loyalty cards.

Jacey's Coffee House

This family run coffee shop is serving a range of Christmas treats to tuck into.

If you want something savoury then try their festive bacon sausage rolls served with cranberry sauce. 

Or if you want a craving for your sweet tooth then they are also offering a peppermint cheesecake topped with crushed candy canes.