top of page

fooD

Old Hall Café has a full menu and serves all day from 9am-5pm (last lunch orders 3pm) every day, in the school holidays and Tuesday - Sunday in term time. Please note the breakfast menu is served between 9am - 11am.

 Old Hall Café is right next to the play park. The building has floor to ceiling glass and offers uninterrupted views over the wilderness of the Blyth Estuary. It is a truly magnificent setting to enjoy freshly cooked dishes - created using exciting, local ingredients. 

Park Pizza offers delicious stone baked, sourdough pizza. Only open during school holidays.

 

The Maze Tea Hut opens 10am-4.30pm in the play park (opposite the jumping pillows) for takeaway hot & cold drinks and delicious cold snacks, salads, kids lunch boxes and cakes. 

If it's a refreshing ice cream - then the Horsebox Ice Cream Cart – is open 1pm-4pm – delicious, local, hand scooped Suffolk Meadow ice cream from our stylish horsebox.

There is plenty of space  to relax whilst the children play to their heart’s content in the safety of our play park.  Please note that the small Old Tea Hut is not open until summer season.

cafe

OLD HALL CAFÉ SAMPLE MENU​​

SERVED UNTIL 3pm

~~~~​

SPINACH & RICOTTA TORTELLINI £13.50 (VE)

~~~~​

PANINI  £11

~~~~

BREADED WHITEBAIT   £13.50

~~~~

OLD HALL PORK & APPLE BURGER  £15

~~~~​​​​

ALOO CHANA CURRY (VE) £13

~~~~

HAM, EGG & CHIPS  £13.50

~~~~

OLD HALL SUPER SALAD £12

~~~~

QUICHE, FRITTATA OR JAKERY BAKERY GLUTEN FREE TARTLET

£12.50

~~~~

SUFFOLK GRAZING BOARD £15

~~~~

Please note: this is just a sample menu & menu items are subject to change.

IMG_5864_zip_wb.jpg
afternoon tea.jpeg
IMG_2549 halloween pillow v2.jpg

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

Fabulous day out for the whole family. The maze really is amazing. Finding the stations inside to get the stamps makes it extra fun and challenging. We split our group into teams and raced to see who could finish first. Nice little cafe and play equipment as well. Really enjoyed it and will go back next time I'm in that part of the country.

Karen Plaatjes, 2019

bottom of page