The Suffolk coast has got so much to offer when it comes to good food and great restaurants. 

With the high temperatures looking set to continue, these are five coastal restaurants you should try. 

The Anchor, Walberswick

Boasting a huge beer garden, The Anchor is a short walk from the larger coastal town of Southwold and is a popular pit-stop for those on a coastal trek.

Bury Mercury: The Anchor at WalberswickThe Anchor at Walberswick (Image: Newsquest)

The restaurant has been owned and run by Mark and Sophie Dorber since 2004. 

The pub was also included on the Michelin guide in 2022.

The Oddfellows Arms, Lowestoft

With striking views of the Suffolk coast, The Oddfellows Arms is a great place for a bite to eat. 

The gastropub's menu consists of freshly cooked classic pub dishes, which can be washed down with a local real ale or draught beer.

Sole Bay Inn, Southwold

Another great spot for visitors to Southwold to indulge themselves is the Sole Bay Inn, which sits just below the lighthouse and is a pillar of the local community.

Bury Mercury: Cod, smoked haddock and prawn fish cake from the Sole Bay InnCod, smoked haddock and prawn fish cake from the Sole Bay Inn (Image: Sole Bay Inn)

The pub's seasonal menu is designed to celebrate coastal produce and complement its Adnams beverages.

The Ship, Dunwich

The award-winning restaurant is a great spot for those in the area. 

Bury Mercury: The Ship at DunwichThe Ship at Dunwich (Image: Newsquest)

It also caters to your four-legged friends after it was named one of the best dog-friendly hotels in the UK.

Regatta, Aldeburgh

This restaurant is a must if you are a seafood lover. 

Regatta opened its doors in the seaside town in the summer of 2020 and has already picked up an AA Rosette award