Brunch for the last two Sunday's. I reserve the Eccles cake - made by Pump Street Bakery in Orford up the road. Clustered raisins steeped in Armagnac and a butter pastry with crystallized sugar gives the sensation of biting into heaven. Yep this is the best Eccles cake in the world. And that's before sitting down to the menu. But pudding is secure. I settle for salmon smoked with sumac and korabi. Bakery sour dough in the alley with unsalted butter. More heaven. The crispy vehetables in tahini are not on. We have a fresh garlic frittata made with chick pea flour. Perhaps we should have had the veg pickles ( like last week). Apple juice. Great coffee. The Mrs had the lemon posset. Simple. I had had the bacon sandwich the previous week and I can't recommend that enough. There is a very good wine list and shop. The place is bistro-small so book ahead. Train station just down the road if you want to go green. And the nursery there if you want to buy plants. A great Suffolk discovery. Intimate and great value and deliciousness.