Welcome to Suffolk's Foodie Capital!
Indulge your appetite with a huge number of places to eat and drink each with their own unique atmosphere with everything from award-winning fine dining to quality Suffolk home-cooked pub grub.
Whether it’s a family get together or a romantic meal, finding the perfect place to eat in Bury St Edmunds is easy as there are so many choices to tempt your taste buds. You can easily while away an afternoon or evening with friends in Suffolk's foodie town, which is home to the county's only Michelin-starred restaurant. For beer lovers, Bury St Edmund is the home of Greene King which has been brewing beer in the town for more than 200 years.
The annual Bury St Edmunds Food and Drink Festival held in August is a veritable feast of delicious dishes try and buy together with demonstrations by chefs and the town has its own Ale Trail. Bury St Edmunds’ markets on Wednesdays and Saturdays in the Buttermarket and Cornhill area and the town's monthly farmers markets are a fantastic opportunity to sample the county’s marvellous local produce and food stalls.