The Old Cannon Brewery - Restaurant86 Cannon Street, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 1JR, United Kingdom
Places to Eat - Pubs
Tel 01284 768769
About The Old Cannon Brewery - Restaurant
Our kitchen has a great reputation for serving the ‘bounty of the county’ all of which has been freshly prepared by our highly experienced chef Adrian Newcombe.
Our brasserie menu, Cannon Fodder changes with the seasons and has starters and main dishes for all tastes and appetites. There are at least three daily changing specials. For those with a smaller appetite, many of the most popular main courses are offered as a light main too.
There’s always a choice for vegetarians and, as all the food is prepared from scratch, we can usually adapt dishes for special dietary requirements too.
And, if you are still ready for more, our home made puddings and British cheeseboard are definitely worth saving space for.
If puddings are not your thing, then our fabulous range of locally produced Ices are a must. Just up the road at The Manor Farm Creamery in Thurston we source a fantastic range of Ices from Criterion Ices. And then there’s the deliciously flavoursome Alder Tree fruit cream ices – all hand made on a local fruit farm in Needham Market.
Our favourite dishes tend to be made with our own ales: beef and ale pie or beer battered fish for example and we’re ‘big on bangers’; our famous Gunner’s Daughter sausages always feature on the menu, sometimes alongside Beef & Best Bitter bangers or Black Pig ale, wild boar and apple sausages in the Autumn and Winter.
Finally, for busy business types looking for a quick option at lunchtimes, we offer bar snacks including baguettes with mouth watering fillings.
For bookings please call us on 01284 768769 or email us by clicking the contact button this page
- 5 Star Rating
- Vegetarian & Vegan
- Open - All Year
- Open - Christmas
- Open - Easter
- Open - New Year
- Free Parking
- Disabled Friendly
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