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Darsham, Suffolk

Review of Darsham by Peter & Elaine. on May 31st, 2009
My wife & I spent a relaxing 3 hrs in The Fox last night[sat], the starters were fresh & tasty,for main course the Fox Special steak & the Chicken Princess with Darsham Aspragrus was deliscious. The steak was cooked how I ordered it & melted in your mouth, my wife's chicken dish was also was just as scrummy. We have'nt eaten any where like it for atmosphere, friendliness & value. Shall eat there again when we next pass by. Would recomend The Fox at Darsham to all our friend's.

Review of Darsham by NELL & BRIAN on May 26th, 2009
we have been living in Darsham for 5 years on the 13th june this year, running the local pub. Brian's the chef & i'm front of house & leicence holder, I can honestly say it's a lovely little village, pretty little church & chapel. The village hall is an old nisson hut from before the war's. There's a pottery with beautiful hand made pottery by the propriter Glen Hugo,we have a organic vegetable's at Swallow's Oganic's, a residentail nursing home called Priory Paddocks where the care is excellent.The station is with in walking distance, Darsham Taxi are oppasite the station if you need to get too the local B&B. It's called White House Farm & you get a lovely warm welcome from Mick & Elaine, we are a friendly little village. Finish your visit at the pub, where the food's good, friendly welcome & atmosphere, log fires in the winter all warm & cosy & nice & cool in the summer with home cooked food. Come and see us .

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