The View Restaurant at All Saints Hotel
Alternatively if you are just looking to meet a friend for coffee then we welcome you to The Lodge Café open every day (10am- 4pm) to residents and non residents, with stunning views over the golf course, the perfect place to get away from it all!
Our menus have been thoughtfully designed by our in house chefs, who strive to use the very best locally sourced and seasonal produce to create culinary delights to appease his diners.
- Surfaces sanitised between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Digital, disposable or sanitised menu provided
- Sanitiser or wipes provided for customers
- Contactless payment available
- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Waiting staff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
On a Tuesday evening the staff seemed very stretched and the maitre de had lost focus on customer care (smile at and speak to guests!) It took some time for anyone to greet us at the lectern with a sign saying to wait to be seated, even though there were multiple staff at the bar 5 metres from us. A loud “hello!” elicited determined ignoring of us. The ceramic floor tiles on the first floor and the lack of any material furnishings like rugs or curtains, made for a bare, institutional feel and sound reverberated around the large area. Quite a bit of foot traffic through the restaurant to and from a balcony, for which the bar in the restaurant provided the drinks. My (meaty) food was fine, but veggie OH was disappointed that both options for starter and main were deep-fried (cauliflower then celeriac). Open table booking system asked whether it was a special occasion, but the birthday went entirely unmentioned 🤨
The battered fish (and chips) was slightly disappointing, minimal fish and too much batter
The 3 burgers we also had were nice though
The acoustics in the restaurant make it quite a loud environment, especially with a party of half cut cackling women in attendance. Otherwise, everything was great, friendly service and great food!
So pleased we found The View. Amazing food and service. This is a must for a lovely meal out. We will certainly be going back
Menu was very well thought out, and mainly very pleasing. The lack of attention to detail spoiled the meal. The main order was fine but the side dishes were not very warm, and had obviously been left on the pass. The chicken was very moist but bland. We were the first diners and would therefore expect everything to be spot on
Where tables are available spread. Diners further apart.
Great place to eat
Tasty food, interesting variety of meals on the menu all cooked perfectly.
Enjoyed the experience and would eat here again .
Have eaten here on a Sunday quite often and this time it was the best ever. Service, and quality of good was excellent.
They didn’t have beef left on the set menu but provided no alternative- considering we booked a table. 2 guests ended up eating something they didn’t like. The food was then cold when it came out. We travelled from Ipswich as we had previously heard good things, however we won’t come back.
Lovely restaurant with good food but service was slow despite the restaurant being nearly empty
Lovely meal. 😊
Excellent Sunday lunch, would book another meal any time would highly recommend.
Lovely food, great staff but lacked a warm feeling in the restaurant and especially the snug bar, had to ask to turn the heating up........everyone was chilly. The snug bar seemed a little sterile.....maybe some blinds or curtains or even carpet.
Popped in for supper
We have just enjoyed our third visit to The View restaurant and each one has been excellent.
The refurbishment of the All Saints Hotel has been great and the addition of james Can and his team to the View restaurant has made it our ‘go to’ restaurant in the Bury St Edmunds area. We have enjoyed James’ cooking at some of his previous establishments.
On this visit, the bread snacks were delicious, almost a meal in itself, perfectly glass like crust with a soft rub and a hint of sour, worth a visit for the bread alone! Starters of Crab and mackerel were packed full of flavour, colour and texture. Our mains were equally as delicious, perfectly cooked, soft chicken breast, with some bright seasonal veg and a sticky jus, and perfectly pink veal with some middle eastern spicing and yoghurt, both plates looked so appetising, full of colour and we couldn’t wait to tuck in.
We just about had room for dessert and enjoyed Passion fruit pavlova and chocolate mousse, with white chocolate and home made aeros. The pavlova was as light as a feather, with a beautiful fruitiness cutting through the sweet meringue, all set on a lovely crunchy granola base. The chocolate dessert looked amazing, and the vibrant green mint granita, cut through the decadent dark chocolate while the white and dark chocolate aeros melted on the tongue, amazing flavour and textures.
We were extremely well looked after by everybody, and can’t recommend The View highly enough for beautiful food, in a setting with a great view during daylight hours.
When you do visit, you MUST try the taste satin, it has to be as good as it gets!
James and his team have firmly established The View as a dining destination in itself, well done all and see you again soon.
Simon & Rachel
Sunday Roast was very tasty. Set menu on a Sunday with choice of 1,2 or 3 courses. 5 of us had the roast beef which was cooked pink. Everyone enjoyed their dishes. Setting is lovely with views over the golf course.
Can fault nothing, the actual view, the staff, the food, the service and decor are all outstanding
The View Restaurant at All Saints Hotel is rated 4.2 stars by 19 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting bookings at the moment.