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The Leaping Hare Vineyard Restaurant

Wyken Hall, Stanton, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP31 2DW

The Leaping Hare Vineyard Restaurant

Wyken Hall, Stanton, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP31 2DW

This converted 16th-century barn is set amid gardens, woods and even a noted vineyard on the beautiful Carlisle estate. There’s an all day café serving breakfast, cakes and simple lunch dishes such as Loch Duart salmon fishcakes with garden herb sauce. Gourmets will want to head for the more formal restaurant where high quality ingredients are transformed into delicious dishes including starters of Suffolk ham hock terrine and piccalilli or half a Cornish lobster with mizuna and warm new potatoes. Main courses such as loin of saddleback pork, fine beans and potato gratin or slow roast duck leg with brocolli, mash and red wine sauce keep things deliciously straightforward.

Information on The Leaping Hare Vineyard Restaurant , Wyken Hall , Stanton , Bury St Edmunds

Timings: Open: Daily 12:00-14:00, Fri & Sat 19:00-21:00    
Closed:  25th-26th Dec
General Info: Seating Capacity: 100
Private Dining: yes for up to 16 guests
Wheel Chair Access:  Yes
Accreditation: AA Rosette, Good Food Guide, Michelin Bib Gourmand
Local Directions: Wyken Vineyards and the Leaping Hare are 9 miles North-East of Bury St Edmunds, just off the A143. Follow the brown signs for Wyken Vineyards from the A143 at Ixworth and Stanton.

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Review of The Leaping Hare Vineyard Restaurant

Posted on by Guy MCustomer visited Dec 2011

The menu offered a sufficient and varied fare to tempt every pallet in an ambience that was both tranquil yet stimulating amongst other diners. The staff were quietly attentive and efficient making the evening an extremely pleasant experience.

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