"The One Bull is a sparsely decorated town pub that lets its food and drink do the talking. The dedicatedly seasonal (and, where possible, local) Sunday lunch menu changes each week; currently it’s both seeing out the summer and welcoming autumn in with dishes like apricot bread and butter pudding."Read More
"Add The One Bull in Bury St Edmunds to your eating out wishlist - and you won't be disappointed.
It won't be a surprise to many that The One Bull, on Bury's Angel Hill, is my go-to for that evening meal with real pops of flavour, with service which others would do well to mimic and with an atmosphere that makes me feel relaxed every single time I book in."Read More
Featured in 40 best pubs in the UK for a Sunday Roast.
"Inside this family-owned pub in Bury St Edmunds, you will find a split-level interior of wood and tiled floors, brown sofas and a brick fireplace. It’s always busy and no surprise: the food is a treat. "Read More
"The pork was melt in the mouth, contrasted nicely with the savoury goodness of the black pudding which surrounded it, and the pastry was perfect - flaky and moist, with just that touch of crunch and texture as you cut into it. Elsewhere, the deep, unctuous jus brought flavour in bundles, working well with the puree and veg, while the crackling added crackle to the dish."Read More
Runner up in the Best for Community category of the Sawday's Pub of the Year 2019 awards.
"Almost lost to a fire that the community pitched in to try to prevent spreading, it runs competitions to identify eco-friendly inventions and missions to make 'Gusto Go Greener' (Gusto being the pub company) involving locals."Read More
"When I first arrived in England, I struggled to find a modern British pub. For about a week I stumbled onto places named after kings’ and queens’ body parts and thought I was forever doomed to a menu of fish and chips along with commercial beer."Read More
"Sitting with a plate of culinary delights resembling fine dining, you have to pinch yourself you're sitting in what was a spit-and-sawdust ale tavern frequented by monks of Bury St Edmunds' Abbey. But unlike other converted historic pubs now focusing on their food, The One Bull has stuck to the product which it became renowned for; its ale..."Read More
"One of Britain's oldest drinking establishments is celebrating after taking home the title of Britain's Best Wine Pub... At The Great British Pub Awards ceremony, in London's Hilton Hotel on Park Lane, the pub received high praise, beating strong competition from across the country..."Read More
A mention for us in this guide to Syrah/Shiraz by freelance wine writer and consultant Matt Walls.Read More
"Historically The One Bull may be Bury St Edmunds’ oldest pub, selling the monk’s ale to the townsfolk, brewed in the Abbey next door. Now it is more famed for its strong wine list, good food and relaxed clean environment."Read More
"The One Bull pub and restaurant has the best bar snack you’ll ever taste — pork crackling and apple sauce — and fabulous main courses (£10.50 to £17)."Read More
"We also had a splendid lunch the following day at the One Bull, a revamped historic pub which is fast becoming one of the most popular haunts in Bury thanks to its restaurant quality, and locally sourced and very reasonably priced menu."Read More
"I’m not sure about you, but when I make the effort to go out for a meal, I want excellent service, great food and a sense that other people are enjoying themselves at the place I’ve chosen, writes Barry Peters.Read More
"For a healthy selection of wines by the glass, look no further than The One Bull in Bury St Edmunds, where everything on the list is available as a single serve."Read More
"After visiting The One Bull (and I would also give it an award for its sandwich menu, which is short and almost perfect), I can’t help but think we’d all know a lot more about wine if others took this approach, too."Read More