Red Lion

Red Lion


0.5 miles
17 High Street, Soham, CB7 5HA

In its next chapter, this warm-hearted watering hole has been refurbished to let the period features really shine. The current owners have poured their hearts into it, and it really shows. Nothing looks out of place or has been imposed, allowing the building to appear just as it’s meant to. The old yellow Cambridgeshire pamments on the floor were salvaged from a local cottage and the ancient reclaimed oak beams have replaced any that were lost or damaged. This is a place that evolves with the times without forgetting its past. This goes for the food, too. Local ingredients are used to ensure everything is fresh, and each dish is carefully created and delivered with polished yet friendly service.

You might spot chanterelle mushrooms with garlic and parsley, and Brancaster mussels with white wine, saffron and cream for starters. Next, you can expect the likes of slow roast belly of Blythburgh pork accompanied by fennel, and spiced goat served with tzatziki and pomegranate. Ginger and orange bread and butter pudding, and raspberry crème brûlée are surefire ways to end proceedings on a high note. Sunday lunches can be enjoyed with the family, and local ale, delicious wine, and soft drinks offer plenty of liquid gratification.

With its forward-facing approach, we’re sure that the Red Lion will be a top spot for decades to come.

+2Red Lion
Every Day
Food Served Times:
Sat:noon-2pm, 6.30pm-9pm

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