Rhoda Morrison takes a seat at the chef’s table at The Northgate in Bury St Edmunds to sample all the region has to offer.
The Northgate's Taste Of East Anglia menu celebrates the freshest, seasonal produce from a specific area in the region, from the flour mills of Pakenham to the salt marshes of the Colne Valley, the gin stills of Southwold and the farm fields of Freckenham.
"Each dish is simplistic in look, giving the chance for the highly skilled cooking and delicious local produce to shine through, and it does – every time.", says Rhoda Morrison
Bury & West Suffolk informs on of the provenance and the story behind each dish.
"The seasonal highlight in the lunch menu included Suffolk Pink - pink elderberry and buttermilk macarons to celebrate the traditional pink houses found in some of the county's historic villages." Writes The Bury & West Suffolk magazine.
Read the full Rhonda Morrison article here
Read the Bury & West Suffolk article here
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