Great local pub with great food. Very pleasant surroundings and service. Recommend to anyone in the area.
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Locally grown and farmed produce prepared in a very tasty way and served by friendly staff. Monthly stake night fantastic. Good local beers. Cosy and friendly in summer or winter.
Staying in snape so decided to try out the Crown. For starter was the mackerel pate and pickled radish, and main was the porky platter. Food was delicious and I liked the different elements on the porky platter which showcased the different flavours. My partner...More
While visiting Snape Maltings found this wonderful pub for lunch , just a short walk over the bridge from The Maltings. What a lovely surprise when we walked in, very oldie worldie, Dog friendly part of the restaurant just as much character as the other...More
We had a very pleasant meal at the Crown Inn. The pork is home grown and the food was well cooked and tasty. The staff were friendly and there was a pleasant atmosphere. The prices were very reasonable.
Went here last night with my other half and dog for dinner. We had a main course size porky platter which was gorgeous. Best chorizo ive ever had! All home made. For main i had crab and new potatoes. The salad was very fresh. I...More
Fabulous old pub which does good beer, friendly staff and excellent food. It’s nice to be served by a ‘land lady’ who engages with customers and locals the same. Makes a nice change from the young employee who has more interest in what their colleagues...More
Friends had never been here before, so we thought we'd give it a go. The interior is nice, good atmosphere but it was cold. My partner had to put his coat on, was a shame that the fire wasn't lit. The food was delicious. The...More
Really like this pub for lunch. The food has always been good and service excellent. We often choose the skate or sole which are delicious. The puds are great too!
Went there with friends who live in Leiston. Pub very old. Parking ok. but watch the pot holes. Menu limited some the the usual pub grub, but some meat dishes from their own animals kept in the field i.e. pork sausages, pork meat platter.Meals were...More