The Woolpack, Ipswich - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12568) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served, Real ale
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Bolton Lane Social Club, Ipswich (0.2 miles), Mulberry Tree, Ipswich (0.3 miles), P J McGintys, Ipswich (0.3 miles), Cricketers, Ipswich (0.3 miles), Edwards, Ipswich (0.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Absolutely garbage! Whats going on here? It used to be a great local. Who ever has took over just get lost! Rude staff, rubbish food and when I was last in a ginger pubic hair in someones salad! Gross! I will never ever visit this pub again! Go to the Greyhound, nicer hosts and better service. VERY VERY SADDENED BY NEW OWNERS:(|
ipswichdude - 6 Feb 2012 01:15
|Very saddened and surprised to see the difference in this fine eatery since last we visited in Jan 2011.|
Looks the same but the service and food were absolutely ghastly.
Lazy staff and a very poor standard of cleanliness here now.
I am not a habitual moaner but dirty cutlery, the worst "home-cooked" chips ever and attitude of hosts were diabolical.
Sorry to say it ,but a big NO to this establishment :(
DaveJonesSmith - 16 Jan 2012 10:27
|Still a top pub and Dave's food is smashing. 6 cask ales on these days which rocks.|
mproberts - 24 Sep 2009 08:11
|it looks like the phone number is listed as 01473 253059 elsewhere|
jayprich - 10 Sep 2009 23:44
|Yesterday, Wed 9th Sep'09, I came to Ipswich from London with my Mum and sister to attend my uncle's cremation, we came across the nearby Woolpack for lunch and though it was quiet at 1pm midweek and the decor was definitely tired there was a cosy, 'friendly local' atmosphere which made us feel at ease.|
I know this is supposed to be about the beer, I can say the landlady seemed confident and capable but we didn't actually sample this before attending a solemn service.
Her husband runs the kitchen and recommended the Whole Turbot on special that day. My opinion 9/10, £12.95 very well spent it was promptly served and superbly cooked; a slightly unusual fish and most delicious. The reliable hearty side dishes (chunky fried potatoes and al dente vegetables with grilled cheese on top) hit the spot too.
Most of the wide ranging menu was more modestly priced but this 'special' was genuinely something special with any pretentions. The Woolpack is worth a visit - a great find - it set us up that day with a positive tone for a fond farewell to my beloved uncle.
jayprich - 10 Sep 2009 23:29
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