Are you looking for a restaurant where you can relax with friends, be assured of attentive, personalised service, know you are going to eat great food and drink good wines, yet not be charged a fortune? And would you like a local venue rather than having to travel?
If so, look no further than Ipswich’s own Heritage Restaurant and Piano Bar, located at the Best Western Ipswich, 51-55 Warwick Rd, just one block north of the showgrounds.
The Heritage has an extensive menu and caters for most tastes. It has loads of ambience. The meals are traditional fare, featuring old favourites like potato and leek soup, oysters kilpatrick, rib-eye steaks, chicken parmigiana, sticky date pudding to name a few. The food is prepared with great skill and care, using only the best ingredients from local suppliers. Prices range from $7.50 for the least expensive entrée to $36 for the most expensive main course.
With a seating capacity of around thirty, it’s no food barn. There’s a nice vibe, friendly and attentive but not intrusive. The lighting is subdued and indirect. It’s a good place in which to relax, unwind and forget the world’s troubles for a while.
Your hosts Jenny and Evan Thompson and their staff will do their utmost to help you have a memorable evening, and Evan, who is pretty deft at the piano, will contribute some pleasant sounds and even play requests. There’s nowhere else in Ipswich where that happens!
Our restaurant is open daily for breakfast and from Monday to Thursday for dinner.