The Bell Hotel is inviting guests to enjoy its new Autumn restaurant menu

The Bell Hotel is inviting guests to enjoy its new Autumn restaurant menu

Guests are invited to explore the recently introduced Autumn restaurant menu at The Bell Hotel in Saxmundham. This menu celebrates the transition of seasons by highlighting the use of local ingredients and authentic flavours.

The new menu includes starters such as Baron Bigod & Rosemary Panna Cotta and Tempura Fritto Misto, featuring Cod roe taramasalata, baby squid, tiger prawns, and mixed vegetables, providing a delicious beginning to your dining experience.

Main courses capture the essence of the season, with options like Braised Ox Cheek with burnt onion & potato puree, pickled celery, radish, and grilled chicory, or the vegetarian Roast Butternut Squash, Red Chicory & Spinach Risotto with Pecan vinaigrette. Classics like the cheeseburger with Darsham aged beef and Adnams battered cod remain on the menu.

Guests can round off their meal with the new Autumn Mess, featuring citrus curd, poached pear, blackberry & ginger syrup, glazed fig, and meringue or the sublime American Style Bakewell Cheesecake with white chocolate shards, bubbled sugar, cherry puree, and boozy cherry.

The cocktail list has also been updated to complement the new menu items, along with an updated wine list.

Head Chef, Tony O’Farrell, emphasises his dedication to using fresh, local ingredients. “Our commitment to local sourcing is the foundation of our food mission, to maintain a local and sustainable dining experience.  These autumn-inspired dishes aim to evoke a feeling of comfort, warmth, and heartfelt satisfaction as we enter this truly exceptional season.”

The Bell Hotel extends a warm invitation to guests to enjoy its heartfelt hospitality, exceptional cuisine, and the genuine flavours of Suffolk during this autumn season. The restaurant has received numerous 5-star reviews on TripAdvisor, a testament to its outstanding quality and service.

And of course, guests have the option to reach The Bell from nearby train stations like Woodbridge and Aldeburgh, followed by a two-minute stroll to the hotel.

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