Sutherland House offers good food in comfortable, contemporary surroundings and is passionate about locally sourced, fresh food. The Grade II listed building has some spectacular architectural treats including ornate plastered ceilings and a recovered ship's mast used as a crossbeam running the width of the low-ceiling.
Where is Sutherland House located?
Sutherland House is located on the high street of Southwold and is just a short stroll through the delightful walled garden to the sea.
What cuisine is on offer at Sutherland House?
Food miles are published against each item on the menu so pan fried mackerel with samphire, spinach and balsamic racks up 14 food miles, while the chef's signature rack of English lamb, butternut squash puree, crushed new potatoes and local vegetables has travelled just 4 miles to the plate with the veg sourced from the hotel's allotment up the road.
What makes a meal at Sutherland House unique?
The fine dining restaurant has been awarded two rosettes by the AA for the quality of their food. The food is locally sourced, and “food miles” are printed on the menu to quantify this. Sutherland House has also been awarded “Best Restaurant in the UK for use of Local Produce” from the good food guide, and Restaurant Magazine Best “Sausage and Mash” for the Local free range Pork and Black Pudding sausages.