Lavenham’s The Great House restaurant has been rated as one of the top 30 French restaurants in the UK.
The restaurant was the only one in East Anglia to make it into the 2016 Harden’s Guide - based on thousands of reviews from restaurant goers - to be rated among the top 30 French restaurants in the country.
Regis Crepy, who has just celebrated 30 years of owning The Great House, said: “I am honoured to be included in this list of top 30 restaurants in the UK, headed up by Alain Roux’s Waterside Inn and Raymond Blanc’s Le Manoir aux Quat Saisons.
“My team has a real passion for sourcing the very best of ingredients and using our classic cooking techniques to create exciting contemporary dishes for our customers.
“It is them we’d really like to thank them for their sincere opinions that we so value and appreciate.”
The guide, which has been running for 25 years and collects the best and worst of restaurant experiences, described The Great House team as “charming, discreet and efficient”.
It said the restaurant “provides a unique and delightful marriage of France and Olde Englande”.
The Great House, which has five bedrooms, is also listed in the Sunday Times top 100 restaurants and was The Good Hotel Guide Editor’s Choice 2015 for Gourmet Hotels.
It has set and full á la carte menus.