Kevin and Brenda Davis dine at The Sibton White Horse Inn
After a very busy week with our granddaughters we were looking forward to our Friday night visit to the Sibton White Horse and a chance to catch up with owners Neil and Gill.
Nestling peacefully in the Suffolk countryside, the inn presents a pleasant exterior and a warm welcome inside. Beams abound. The inn is full of character, and Neil and Gill have created a friendly and welcoming atmosphere.
As I was driving, I selected a bottle of Adnam’s non-alcoholic Ghost Ship beer (one of the best non-alcoholic beers, in my opinion) whilst Brenda enjoyed a glass of Sauvignon blanc as we perused the menus. The emphasis is on fresh, local produce wherever possible. The menu offers a good choice and is supplemented with specials on the blackboard.
Our choices made, we were shown to our table. Gill makes fresh bread every morning (it must be a labour of love) and we were served with two different breads and a balsamic and olive oil dip. A very nice touch. Water, too, was offered and typical of the attention to detail at the White Horse, was served in a stoneware jug and matching beakers. Neil told me that they were made a few miles away in nearby Walpole at Suffolk Stoneware Pottery.
Read the full review in the November 2018 issue of Suffolk Norfolk Life Magazine