Two Course Seafood Lunch For Two for £18.50 at Sutherland House (Up to 61% Off)
- Locally inspired menu specialising in seafood
- Awarded two AA Rosettes
- 2008 "Best Restaurant in the UK for use of Local Produce" by Good Food Guide
- Fresh fish caught daily
- Valid for starter and main each
- Starters include haddock chowder and game terrine
- Mains include pan roasted grey mullet and grilled plaice
- Meat and vegetarian options such as rib eye steak and marrow stuffed with lentils
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 2 per table. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Valid Mon-Sat 11am-3pm. Excludes drinks. Original value based on most expensive options.
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Known for its multi-purpose properties, the sea can foretell moon cycles, help soften skin, and finish off words like 'at' and 'ucumber' so that they make sense. Taste an alpha bet with today's Groupon: £18.50 for a two course lunch for two at Sutherland House.
Southwold's sole seafood restaurant reels in locally sourced produce and flavours it with culinary expertise, as evident in the two blossoming AA rosettes, as well as Good Food Guide's accolade for the 'Best Restaurant in the UK for use of Local Produce' in 2008. With 'food miles' printed alongside each dish on the menu showing how far the food has travelled, customers can tuck into their sea fare in the knowledge that it had been freshly caught locally that day. Wood accents and mahogany lights play catch with light particles inside the restaurant, while narrow sections of exposed-beam ceilings play peekaboo with patrons, as the open fire lends its warmth throughout cold winter evenings.
Sutherland House’s chefs harness the flavours of the briny deep to craft a menu of fresh seafood platters and house specialties. Chomping muscles can limber up with the smoked fish plate with dill mayonnaise and homemade bread (£6.50), while mains include grilled plaice fillet (£10.50), served with new potatoes and seasonal vegetables, and anointed with a lemon butter dressing, or sample the pan roasted grey mullet (£9.50), with local vegetables on a bed of radish salsa, coriander and potato salad. For diners that prefer a little more meat in their bite, there's the rib-eye steak with mustard mash, field mushrooms, confit tomatoes and pan jus (£18.50), and the Blythburgh pork sausages with whole grain mustard mash and onion gravy, while vegetarians are catered for with multiple animal-friendly options such as baked ring of marrow stuffed with lentils, mushrooms, and topped with goats cheese (£10).
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The hotel itself has been rated third out of 14 in Southwold by a substantial 151 TripAdvisor users, who have praised the cuisine in the restaurant as well as the friendly staff. Qypers have also given enthusiastic feedback, offering the restaurant 5/5 stars.
For mains my mother and I had the pork loin which was cooked in a wonderfully fruity sauce and served with a medley of crisp potatoes, vegetables and crackling. My other half and my father enjoyed the beer battered cod and chips which they both managed to polish off with some gusto.
– trunkguy, Qype, Nov 2011
All courses were delicious and we were treated very well by all the staff we couldn't believe how friendly everyone was.
– issyboo, TripAdvisor, Nov 2011