The Duke of York
Whether you are planning dinner with friends or Sunday lunch with family, book a table online and enjoy some quality time with those you love the most.
The Duke of York is so called because the hill we sit on is said to be the very hill up which the Grand Old Duke of York marched his 10,000 men, before marching them down again. This is a reference to the troop encampment located here in Napoleon's time to protect the coast.
The Duke of York is a distinctive country pub near the River Deben, a perfect refreshment stop for visitors to Woodbridge, the Tide Mill and Sutton Hoo.
Nice environment having been refurbished, staff nice and friendly, limited menu with a few items unavailable which was disappointing
Great atmosphere and nice relaxed environment to enjoy a evening with a loved one.
This place was where I met my wife 4 years ago, as biased as this sounds, we always find it enjoyable to come here.
Great Sunday lunch!
Mother’s Day meal. Great menu and very reasonably priced for a three course meal.
Great service provided by Megan
Lovely new years eve meal met every requirement for a fussy eater in our group..... Some music would have been nice as it was new years or table decorations or crackers??
Very good Sunday lunch would definitely go back!!
The staff were very welcoming and the food and service was fine. The ambiance was pleasant with plenty of private type tables
Lovely place to eat - went with four friends - nothing is too much trouble. Food is delicious with good options. Ambience and decor - very good. Plenty of parking too. Prosecco was only £15 a bottle plus a separate fixed price menu which was very good value.
We have been several times - we do rather like the venue for a special occasion (it's less than a mile from home) - but we found the service very slow this time. Considering our table was booked for 2.00pm (the earliest time available)- when the mad lunch-time rush would have been - over (the restaurant was almost empty by the time we left) - we thought the wait for our food was longer than we would have liked. We arrived at 1.50pm and our food was not served until 2.30pm. The main courses, of course, were cooked to order so we would expect a wait, but we had to wait quite a long time for our puddings, which were cold and not cooked to order.
We have always been impressed with this place but on this occasion the heating was not up so my parents got cold very quickly as they feel the cold and where we where placed the cold come round their legs and body which made my father ill so we had to eat up very soon to get him in the car to warm up but as he had got cold he was ill through the night.
So if we do go again it will be in the warmer part of the season