1986 Eating-out in Woodbridge.

 There are many places to eat_out,in   
 Woodbridge,from expensive restaurants 
 such as the Town House and the French 
 restaurants,to cheap snack bars like  
 The Bakery.The expensive restaurants  
 provide a wide choice of meals in the 
 evenings, and a small range of snacks 
 at lunchtime.One, The Captain's Table 
 specialises in seafood.               
 There are four hotels,The Seckford    
 and The Grange being the larger,  The 
 Bull and The Crown, somewhat smaller. 
 All four cater for large dinner       
 parties and weddings.                 
  There are two Indian restaurants and 
 one Chinese take-away food shop as    
 well as several fish and chip shops in
 the area.                             
  The vast majority of the many "pubs" 
 in and around the town provide a good 
 range of food at lunchtime and in the 
 evening.              County Primary. 

Map of the area

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