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No .... 'tis neither a lettuce nor one of Ricko’s finest, but a wonderful little dedicated fish restaurant often overlooked in Horning – namely the Bure River Cottage Restaurant.

Four of us dined there Wednesday last, and were greeted with a warm, friendly welcome. We all had fish starters followed by a fish main course from the excellent menu – with everything cooked to perfection and very well presented. This was rounded off with a selection from their lovely deserts – once again very well presented.

If you love seafood and want to treat yourselves give it a try. Certainly one to recommend, and we’ll most definitely be making a return visit.

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"Hi" Steve & Mags in total agreement with you and have used it for a number of years always best to book at table well in advance at weekends, only we tried on last Tuesday for the Saturday night only to be told they where all booked up.
Great place and very nice staff. Cheers

Kindest Regards Mike

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There has also been strong rumours in the past couple of weeks that The Hermitage is to open again near Acle.

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Hi Gary, we drove past the Hermitage on Sunday but it looked deserted, wasn't it  being run as the Spanish Restaurant that used to be at Stracey Arms? I didn't realise that had closed, when did that happen?

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It was a Spanish thing, I don't know the ins and outs of why it is no longer but have heard rumours.



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Agreed The Bure is fabulous. What we like is the absence of menus other than a chalk board with fresh local fish listed. Changes daily.
As others said you have to book though and in the past it has closed in winter months

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Someone told us about a month ago The Hermitage (Embrujio) was closed though we thought it unlikely and this is first we have heard since. Not been since it was The Hermitage but sorry to hear it is closed.

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I couldn't agree more, an absolutely fantastic restaurant. Have visited several times each year since it opened and have never been disappointed. The restaurant is owned by a really nice couple, Abbie head chef, and Nigel who is front of house.

They also stock local Suffolk wines, the Bacchus is particularly good.

Just because The BA make a request, don't automatically assume they have the powers to make such requests!! Keeping a careful eye on an Authority which is making it's own rules.


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