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The Unruly Pig

Orford Road, Bromeswell, Woodbridge, IP12 2PU

(((() British
Average
Main course: £15
Food spend: £30
Opening hours
Tuesday to Thursday: 12:00 - 14:30 & 18:00 - 21:00
Friday: 12:00 - 14:30 & 18:00 - 21:30
Saturday: 12:00 - 15:00 & 17:00 - 21:30
Sunday: 12:00 - 16:45 & 17:00 - 20:00.

Really good menu - cater really well for vegetarians too. Food quality exceptional. Wine list was great, with fantastic value house wines. Thoroughly recommend the place, only wish it was my local!

Henry Cooke 23 February 2017
from Stowmarket

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In a picturesque setting on a quiet rural lane, The Unruly Pig offers traditional British cuisine with a contemporary edge, and has a passion for sourcing superb produce from the Suffolk region. The restaurant also boasts outdoor seating for al fresco dining.

Using locally sourced produce wherever possible, the seasonal Unruly Pig menu changes on a daily basis, and makes the most of the finest, freshest ingredients available. Expect the likes of crispy pork belly with pickled cockles and cavolo nero, flat iron beef with wild garlic and mushroom risotto, and a host of Mediterranean-style small plates. An indulgent dessert menu, and a good selection of craft beers and wines by the glass are also available.

A 16th-century inn, the cosy interior at The Unruly Pig restaurant in Suffolk features exposed brickwork, an open fire, wooden beams and an impressive bar.

The Unruly Pig in Woodbridge is only 5 minutes’ drive from Sutton Hoo whilst Orford Castle is 20 minutes from the pub.

The Unruly Pig

Orford Road, Bromeswell, Woodbridge, IP12 2PU

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Customer reviews for The Unruly Pig

4.5 (((() (based on 229 reviews)
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  • dinner (176)
  • lunch (136)
  • romantic (66)
  • private dining (62)
  • value (53)
  • luxury (41)
  • child friendly (40)
  • trendy (36)
  • business (27)
  • al fresco (25)
  • large parties (23)
  • entertainment (14)
  • views (12)
  • afternoon tea (5)
  • breakfast (3)
  • ((((( 27 February 2017 by Jon Steer from Ipswich

    First but not the last time for visit. We were made to feel really welcome and the food and service were excellent

  • ((((( 27 February 2017 by Marina Povey from Stowmarket

    Excellent service, excellent food, lovely atmosphere. Loving the artwork

  • ((((* 26 February 2017 by Paul De rath from Aldeburgh,Suffolk

    Very pleasant interior, excellent welcome by the owner and staff. The food was not as good as on our first visit. A clever poussin dish was a bit too salty and needed more contrasting flavours, the duck breast in risotto however was a winner. Didn't have starters, probably a pity as the desserts were a bit stodgy. Espressos were bitter and not all that hot. Service by a chatty French waitress Maddy was attentive and delightful.

  • ((((( 25 February 2017 by Jacqueline Tricker from Bromeswell

    Taking up the East Anglian Daily Times special offer of a two-course meal plus glass of wine for £15, we were not disappointed. There was a narrow choice of dishes (2 starter, 2 main course) but we eat widely so we each chose differently in order to sample each other's food. My duck parfait was sublime and the sour dough bread was the best I've ever tasted (and I make my own at home!). My husband's veggie Cavatelli was multi-dimensional both texture and flavourwise - enough to think that if food tasted this good you could become a vegetarian without suffering too much...though not vegan as it was obviously blessed with lashings of butter! I continued with more Duck (good job I love it!) - this time it was a delicious Confit (not over salty or running in fat, as I have sometimes experienced) and the accompanying kale and polenta were just right. David's hake was cooked to perfection and combined beautifully with the samphire and capers.
    We loved the atmosphere created by the brave interior design (the black walls really work!), the artwork, the log stove and the choice of music (appreciated by my husband for the selection of pieces with nice guitar solos - kept him happy identifying the guitarists and bands!).
    The service was smart, prompt and friendly - thank you! Even David's pint of Adnam's was served at the correct temperature (not icy!) and was only £3.90 which is not extortionate in this kind of environment.
    It's a pity that we don't have unlimited cash because it would be great to come every week to try everything on the à la carte menu, and wine list...

  • ((((( 25 February 2017 by Jacqueline Henderson from Ipswich

    Lunch was lovely at the Unruly Pig. My husband and I both had starters. I had the Smoked Mackerel and Oyster Velouté with Celery and Apple, while my husband had the Chicken Liver and Foie Gras Parfait with Brioche and Clementines. Our 2 year old daughter (who was celebrating her birthday) had the Ham and Leek Risotto. Loved our main meal as well- I had the Butter Roasted Cod with Crab, Prawn and Chili Risotto, while my husband had a Rump steak. I also had the Pump Street Bitter Chocolate Torte with Banana and Rum Ice Cream, which was lovely and decadent. My daughter had a Chocolate Brownie with Vanilla Ice Cream (with Happy Birthday written on it).

    We'll be back!

  • ((((( 25 February 2017 by Katie Smith from Ipswich

    Everyone was very friendly, and we were looked after very well by our waitress who explained the menu and regularly made sure everything was ok for us. The food was lovely, the menu was varied and different to usual gastropubs which was a nice surprise, for example skate with gnocchi and brown shrimps, featherblade brasied in Guiness. The choice of dishes was good with an emphasis on locally sourced produce. The portion sizes were good and we felt we had value for money for the amount and quality of food we had. There is also an extensive drinks list with a section highlighted just for drivers offering different non-alcoholic drinks e.g. damson fizz, St Clements. A nice touch as many people would drive to this venue to eat. We chose this restaurant to celebrate a birthday and as I had mentioned this on booking, this was acknowledged with a plate decorated with an edible 'happy birthday' message and a scoop of delicious vanilla icecream. We were very impressed with The Unruly Pig and would definitely return.

  • ((((* 24 February 2017 by Nicholas Betts-green from Woodbridge

    The entrance is awkward; heavy doors. Staff attentive and pleasant. BUT problem when dining. Too many staff, too frequently, press in upon one to ask repeatedly how the dining experience is going. It's like being quizzed by an exam team of auditors. The staff 'buzz about'. It's good that they're there, and good that they're attentive, but they don't need frequently to ask how is the food, etc, etc. All they need to do is to be available if one needs to seek help/advice. Brief the staff on the Suffolk demographic: over 50% are over 50; over 25% are over 75. More than half the people in Woodbridge and district are retired. [I'm 82, and typical]. Older people are hard of hearing [two hearing aids in my case and my wife is deaf], yet your staff speak like machine guns; a rapid outpouring of incomprehensible material aimed, seemingly, at someone with prefect hearing. Many of your customers don't have this. Please understand this.
    Your food is good; chefs know what they're doing. Prices seem high by Suffolk standards, but probably not by London standards. How many people from London dine there? So, as a typical retired couple on a limited income, we found ourselves 'shopping by price' from your menu. That is, we reviewed it looking for food we could afford, rather than food we would like to consume. Take the trouble [if you wish to succeed] to make sure your menus always have what might be called 'good value dishes'. Items which provide a 'filler experience' as well as a taste experience. It's not gourmands v. gourmets, but we chose the cod last night because it came with a bed of rice and other accoutrements in the price. It was delicious. Well done. We had no starter or pudding; adds too much cost.
    So food-wise you're doing well; just make a big effort to stay affordable with, say, half your menu, so you get plenty of repeat customers.

  • ((((( 23 February 2017 by James Byres from Rendlesham

    An excellent evening, food and service of the highest standard.

  • ((((( 23 February 2017 by Henry Cooke from Stowmarket

    Really good menu - cater really well for vegetarians too. Food quality exceptional. Wine list was great, with fantastic value house wines. Thoroughly recommend the place, only wish it was my local!

  • ((((( 23 February 2017 by Judith Ager from Felixstowe

    Lovely lunch for six ladies of a certain age. Delicious duck parfait followed by hake on a bed of pasta with cockles and capers. Lovely desserts too. Our French waitresses were friendly and helpful. We had the special February deal which included a glass of the house wine which was very good. Never been disappointed at this great restaurant.

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