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The Cadogan Arms

The Street, Ingham, IP31 1NG +44 1284711723

(((() British
Average
Main course: £12
Food spend: £22
Opening hours
Monday to Friday: 07:30 - 23:00
Saturday: 08:00 - 23:00
Sunday: 08:30 - 22:30

Delicious food great service

Sara O'curry 16 November 2016
from Cambridge

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Winner of an AA Rosette for its British gastro pub dishes, The Cadogan Arms offers heated outdoor dining and a cosy, contemporary interior. Ales from the sister microbrewery are served at the well-stocked bar.

The award-winning Cadogan menu mixes trusty British classics and refined signature main courses. Enjoy warming pork and apple pie with smooth mashed potatoes and cider gravy, or herd-crumbed halibut with fennel & potato rosti and pea veloute. Trusty British desserts include spiced pear rice pudding, or chocolate brownie with vanilla ice cream.

Alongside locally-brewed beers, fine wines and freshly roasted coffee beans from nearby Butterworth & Son, The Cadogan near Bury St Edmunds offers indulgent grazing boards and artisan breakfasts.

Alongside a children’s menu served throughout the day, an adventure play area and free-roaming chickens (which can be fed with seed provided) keep younger diners occupied. The Cadogan Arms pub is an 8-minute drive from Bury St Edmunds.

The Cadogan Arms

The Street, Ingham, IP31 1NG

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Customer reviews for The Cadogan Arms

4.3 (((() (based on 136 reviews)
94% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • dinner (98)
  • lunch (76)
  • child friendly (29)
  • private dining (29)
  • value (23)
  • business (20)
  • large parties (18)
  • romantic (17)
  • trendy (16)
  • al fresco (14)
  • luxury (8)
  • afternoon tea (6)
  • breakfast (4)
  • entertainment (2)
  • views (2)
  • ((((( 29 November 2016 by Frank Prendergast from Thetford

    I can't fault The Cadogan Arms, the staff are attentive, the food is very good and the prices are keen. It's a popular place and it's easy to see why.

  • ((((( 28 November 2016 by Mark Staines from Barrow

    Good food, great wine and friendly staff. Perfect!

  • ((((( 20 November 2016 by K Robinson from Bury Saint Edmunds

    We booked on reputation and was not left disappointed. We booked for a works long service award for four colleagues. Excellent food choices and everyone really enjoyed their main meal and followed by desserts. Prices a little more expensive, particularly desserts, than a normal public house but the standard of food was higher too. It certainly didn't leave you feeling hungry. There was enough space around the tables and not packed tightly together, which I liked. The staff were pleasant and friendly. I would certainly recommend this for any occasion.

  • (((** 18 November 2016 by Bryann Ward from St Edmundsbury District

    Having dined here several times over the past 12 months and been generally most satisfied, especially with the Sunday lunches, we were disappointed with the mid week lunch we had with invited friends. The main courses were poor quality for the price and although the staff were friendly, service was a little slow considering the restaurant was not ful - luckily we were not in a hurry.

  • ((((( 16 November 2016 by Sara O'curry from Cambridge

    Delicious food great service

  • ((*** 15 November 2016 by Andrew Denny from Bury St Edmunds, United Kingdom

    I really care about this small local chain and use it frequently, which is why I thought I would take the time to give this feedback. For the first time, the food was really not great. The main dishes were generally good (although the beef & blue cheese pasty special seemed to have no cheese in it at all) but the side orders were really not. The chips tasted somehow stale and the onion rings were somehow bland and watery. I was there entertaining business guessed and could not quiz them too much about their food, so cannot comment on the other dishes.

    Next time I need to entertain customers I will use the One Bull but I would need to try The Cadogan again on my own before taking guest there.

  • ((((* 14 November 2016 by Joanne Montgomery from Ingham

    Great customer service!

  • ((((( 14 November 2016 by Bloomfield from St Edmundsbury District

    The quality of all the food was very good for all coarses

  • ((((( 8 November 2016 by Fraser from Bury Saint Edmunds

    Wild boar scotch egg was lovely. Sea bass fillet on pearl barley and chorizo rissotto was superb.

  • (((** 8 November 2016 by Nick D from Brandon

    Lunch time visit. Had soup and a sandwich. The food was very nice but basic.

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