Back in 1998, Artizan started off as a cake shop on the corner of Norwich Road. While cakes and sweets were their speciality, they branched out into savoury options. Word caught on and their demand led them to open their thriving restaurant on Silent Street to keep up. Today, they’re still going strong as one of the best restaurants in Ipswich for diners that appreciate wholesome, homecooked food.
Dining out in Ipswich doesn’t get much better than Artizan for hungry families. They’ll find the eatery just a stone’s throw from Buttermarket and Sailmakers shopping centres — perfect for a mid-shopping pit-stop with the little ones. It’s also a wise pick for tourists, with the Regent Theatre, Christchurch Park and Ipswich Museum just a stone’s throw away.
Vintage crockery, friendly staff and a relaxed atmosphere are just some of the reasons that make Artizan one of the cosiest restaurants in Ipswich. Guests can also take advantage of their beautiful enclosed garden patio area. Sunny al fresco dining is bound to feel even more indulgent with its lush plants, classical-inspired bust statue and the sound of windchimes.
Hearty lasagne, white BBQ chicken sandwiches, Croque Monsieurs and homemade soups are just some of the many savoury options available each day. But of course, diners can also sate their sweet tooth with vegan chocolate cookies, cupcakes and more. With so much choice, it’s easy to see why it’s one of the best places to eat in Ipswich for diners that enjoy eclectic menus.
For homemade treats from around the world, a meal at Artizan won’t disappoint. Any occasion will be even more of a treat for tastecard members who can enjoy exclusive restaurant savings when they call to book ahead and present their cards upon arrival. It’s a good chance to treat themselves to coffee and a slice of cake or another cuppa.
Please note: You must book in advance and mention the tastecard to be entitled to the discount.