Monday - Thursday: 12pm - 2.30pm / 6pm - 9pm
Friday: 12pm - 2.30pm / 6pm - 9.30pm
Saturday: 12pm - 3pm / 5pm - 9.30pm
Sunday: 12pm - 8pm
- Disabled Access
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Outdoor Seating
- Families and Children Welcome
- Gluten Free Available
About The Unruly Pig
The Unruly Pig is a 16th century Suffolk Inn. It has cosy log burners, original oak beams, sloping ceilings, Wi-Fi and an eclectic mixture of pop and local art – a traditional pub with a contemporary feel and ambience.
Our vision is to provide exceptional food, great wines, craft beers and really friendly service in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.
+ Good "buzzy" atmosphere + Starters tasty and well presented - Saturday night but run out of "special option" main course. - Complained about Burger main course for two guests - dry, under-seasoned and bland (roquefort cheese missing on one). We were offered a free dessert as an "apology" - Dripping chips tasteless and flowery texture - macaroni cheese tasteless and watery - accompanying dessert wine delivered 15 mins after dessert finished - cheese board delivered after other guests desserts finished - waiter offered to identify and advise about the cheese selection but did not know which cheese was which ! - asked for glass of Sauvignon blanc and received glass of red wine..... Not an award winning experience. Very disappointed.
Great evening, delicious food and great service.
Our first visit and we will be back.
Lovely food, service was a tiny bit late but we were given pre-warning and were offered free dessert in compensation. Honestly wouldn't have complained but was very kind of staff to make this offer.
One of my favourite places!
Lady in charge was very rude...food taste was average .. Service was very poor
Excellent food and service delivery.
Another delicious meal at The Unruly Pig. Looking forward to our next visit.
We love it, real treat of good food in a great setting. We go for the set menu which is very good value for great food. The staff are attentive but not too much - thank you
Excellent service and absolutely gorgeous food. S happy to be moving to Suffolk !
The “ special “ bream was overcooked I thought . It was very bready and crumbly . The arancini was lovely . I know it was busy but I thought the service was pleasant but very slow . We got to our table after 15 mins and there was a long wait between starters and mains . But I thought the atmosphere was lovely and will come back definitely .
Had a really enjoyable meal with exceptional service. Sampled the mystery red, an excellent idea. Can't wait to return.
Excellent food - pudding was especially good!
A very pleasant evening with great food and excellent service. Would definitely visit again....
A shame you don’t accept Amex.
Beautiful food. Really friendly and helpful staff. Great with our 3 and 6 year olds.
Welcome and service excellent. Lovely menu with plenty to choose from. I had the fixed menu which was delicious Lovage and apple soup, baked Hake followed by custard and rhubarb tart. Wine menu good and affordable. Will definitely be returning. Thank you!
The food is divine and the service is attentive but not obtrusive. The perfect combination!
Every piece of food was delicious. The service level from staff was excellent. We did feel that the guineau fowl risotto was too much and too heavy to accompany the tender meat in the dish. A very large portion of heavy tasty cheesy rice was to powerful. Less could be more with this dish and maybe replaced with something else as a 3rd dimension..
Amazing food, cooked to perfection
Really lovely food and loved the feel of the place with the wind howling outside and the fire raging inside!
Great venue, enjoyable theme, delicious food, a lovely time xxx
Arancini starter was lovely, however onion rings were swimming in oil and toasted sandwiches were burnt. One of the sandwiches had a lot of filling but the other (the meat free one) seemed to just be filled with onion jam and hardly any cheese-too sweet and sickly. The salad on the side had a really nice dressing. The chips were not chips, more like roast potatoes as they were so big. Our waiter paced up and down past our table the whole time we were eating and came to take our plates whilst we still had food in our mouths. He was very pleasant and friendly however. The restaurant is decorated really nicely and we liked the art on the walls but we would not return based on the inattention payed to the food. Maybe we would have had a better experience if we had have ordered the proper main menu but it was a Saturday lunch time so we just wanted something more lunch-like. Bill was over £40 for two drinks, two sandwiches and two sides and one starter. We had high hopes and would have been happy to pay that for well prepared food but as it stands think it was bad value for money.
Great restaurant great service