The White Horse Easton Review

 A feature from the November 2016 issue of Suffolk Norfolk Life magazine
Suffolk Norfolk Life November 2016Click to view this issue »
Food, Reviews
By Jay Jerome

Well, here I go again, taking the wife out to dinner. Today we are at The White Horse at Easton, and looking at the menu I soon decided what would be filling my belly. We were pleasantly surprised to see there was a choice of two menus, the à la Carte and the Blackboard, each quite different from the other giving an amazing variety of food to choose from.

Arriving at the Pub/Restaurant we instantly felt very comfortable in the homely atmosphere. The interior felt fresh, warm and inviting, which is due to it being refurbished and re-opened in June this year, and it’s clear that this was done with passion and a great eye for detail.

We were greeted by Manager Stuart, who escorted us to our table. We were then served with canapés, one of which was a charcoal cracker topped with venison and a blueberry; the other was a Thai fishcake with a peanut sherbet, both tantalizing to the taste buds. Rosie and I decided to order from the Blackboard Menu even though there was much temptation on the à La Carte Menu. Then the complimentary bread came to the table: three different flavours of miniature bloomers each with its own flavoured whipped butter to complement the unique flavour. Our particular favourite was the mini granary bloomer with a maple glaze with a roast beef and onion butter. What a lovely combination! Delicious.

Read the full article in the November 2016 issue of Suffolk Norfolk Life Magazine
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