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Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds 20:04 - Nov 4 with 1650 viewspeterleeblue

To the great TWTD family - Please can you help.

I am down in East Anglia 1st December and looking for somewhere to take my Mum out for her Birthday for Sunday Dinner. My daughter and wife are Vegan / Vegetarian so need somewhere that caters well for this.

At the moment my Mum has booked the Tollgate - GK managed by the looks of it.
There must be a decent offer out there.
Any suggestions?

cheers in advance
PB
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Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds on 05:47 - Nov 5 with 1502 viewspeterleeblue

Anyone?
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Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds on 06:49 - Nov 5 with 1480 viewsFenoit

Not sure about the vegan/vegetarian bit but The One Bull is great for food
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Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds on 06:59 - Nov 5 with 1474 viewsTractorWood

One Bull is a better shout. Good beer too.

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Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds on 07:13 - Nov 5 with 1455 viewsBloomBlue

While I've never been myself so cannot personally recommend, one of the granddaughters is vega and I know she has used Casa (I think that's how you spell it) in BSE a few times and enjoys the food.

Although not sure if they do offers
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Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds on 07:43 - Nov 5 with 1431 viewsGooders7592

Weeping Willow in Barrow
All Saints Hotel in Fornham
A bit further out The Kentford, in Kentford, is good for a Sunday roast.
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Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds on 08:08 - Nov 5 with 1408 viewsfactual_blue

Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds on 06:59 - Nov 5 by TractorWood

One Bull is a better shout. Good beer too.


..and a bit further afield the Cadogan Arms at Ingham and the Crown at Hartest are run by the same people, do similarly good food, and I think do veggie options (not sure about vegan though).

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Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds on 08:23 - Nov 5 with 1383 viewsTractorWood

Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds on 08:08 - Nov 5 by factual_blue

..and a bit further afield the Cadogan Arms at Ingham and the Crown at Hartest are run by the same people, do similarly good food, and I think do veggie options (not sure about vegan though).


The Packhorse at Moulton is worth a look too. Bit posh but decent.

Someone above says the Cock at Kentford. I'd avoid it there. I've had exclusively bad experiences there.
[Post edited 5 Nov 2019 8:45]

I know that was then, but it could be again..
Poll: At present who do you think you'll vote for?

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Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds on 08:36 - Nov 5 with 1358 viewsfactual_blue

Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds on 08:23 - Nov 5 by TractorWood

The Packhorse at Moulton is worth a look too. Bit posh but decent.

Someone above says the Cock at Kentford. I'd avoid it there. I've had exclusively bad experiences there.
[Post edited 5 Nov 2019 8:45]


I'd add the Brewers at Rattlesden and the Plough at Rede to the list.

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Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds on 08:47 - Nov 5 with 1344 viewsBanksterDebtSlave

http://www.vegredlion.co.uk

"They break our legs and tell us to be grateful when they offer us crutches."
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Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds on 08:49 - Nov 5 with 1336 viewsGooders7592

Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds on 08:23 - Nov 5 by TractorWood

The Packhorse at Moulton is worth a look too. Bit posh but decent.

Someone above says the Cock at Kentford. I'd avoid it there. I've had exclusively bad experiences there.
[Post edited 5 Nov 2019 8:45]


Agree with the Packhorse.

I haven't been to the Cock for a few months. When did you go? My friend went recently and said he had a bad experience but assumed it was just him moaning at anything (like usual)!
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Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds on 08:57 - Nov 5 with 1327 viewspeterleeblue

Brilliant thanks every body
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Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds on 08:58 - Nov 5 with 1322 viewsfactual_blue

Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds on 08:47 - Nov 5 by BanksterDebtSlave

http://www.vegredlion.co.uk


Hardly near Bury, let alone in it.

Massive irony in exploiting a Lion in the name of a veggie pub.

It should be the Red Onion.

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Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds on 09:04 - Nov 5 with 1318 viewsBanksterDebtSlave

Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds on 08:58 - Nov 5 by factual_blue

Hardly near Bury, let alone in it.

Massive irony in exploiting a Lion in the name of a veggie pub.

It should be the Red Onion.


Fair enough... it's a heady 20 mile drive away but does have multiple very good vegan options ...

"They break our legs and tell us to be grateful when they offer us crutches."
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Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds on 09:18 - Nov 5 with 1302 viewsnorth_stand77

Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds on 09:04 - Nov 5 by BanksterDebtSlave

Fair enough... it's a heady 20 mile drive away but does have multiple very good vegan options ...


I have frequently been to the Red Lion at Gt Bricett, but think the Walnut Tree at Thwaite (A140) is far nicer. Although I am virtually vegan, a lot of our friends are not and they love going too because of the quality of the meals served.
Bit of a drive, but well worth it IMO.
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Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds on 09:30 - Nov 5 with 1289 viewsfactual_blue

Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds on 09:04 - Nov 5 by BanksterDebtSlave

Fair enough... it's a heady 20 mile drive away but does have multiple very good vegan options ...


My reading of the OP was that it's particularly about taking his mum out for Sunday lunch, and having to cater for a couple of fussy people as well. Why should his mother have to have rabbit food?

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Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds on 16:24 - Nov 5 with 1204 viewsBanksterDebtSlave

Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds on 09:18 - Nov 5 by north_stand77

I have frequently been to the Red Lion at Gt Bricett, but think the Walnut Tree at Thwaite (A140) is far nicer. Although I am virtually vegan, a lot of our friends are not and they love going too because of the quality of the meals served.
Bit of a drive, but well worth it IMO.


Sounds good will have to give it a (walnut) whirl.

Edit...I see it is the former owners of the Red Lion.
[Post edited 5 Nov 2019 16:26]

"They break our legs and tell us to be grateful when they offer us crutches."
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Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds on 16:51 - Nov 5 with 1167 viewsflimflam

Sunday Lunch Bury St Edmunds on 06:49 - Nov 5 by Fenoit

Not sure about the vegan/vegetarian bit but The One Bull is great for food


Yep second the one bull is you are after top quality pub grub although also not sure bout veggie option.

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