Bistro on the Quay
The Bistro is situated on the historic waterfront of Ipswich, Suffolk. The restaurant is housed in a former salt warehouse overlooking the new marina and is easily accessible by foot, car or sail. Bistro on the Quay is ideally placed in the heart of the Ipswich Waterfront Regeneration area which includes galleries, cafes, shops, hotels and the new East of England Dance Studio as well as the prestigious University Campus Suffolk.
At the Bistro we aim to serve excellent food and wine at sensible prices in a relaxed and friendly dining room. We specialize in fresh local produce which changes with the seasons.
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Table reservations are available as follows
Lunch 12-2 daily, 12-2.30 Sunday
Dinner 6.30-9.30 Monday -Thursday
Dinner 6.00-9.30 Friday & Saturday
(closed Sunday evenings )
For reservations Today or Tomorrow please call 01473 286677
For Advance reservations (more than 2 days hence), either call 01473 286677 or use our ;
Advance Booking Enquiry Form
Our private upstairs room overlooks the Ipswich marina and is an ideal restaurant venue for corporate events and private dining for up to 30 people and is available most lunchtimes and every evening except Saturdays
The room is ideal for clubs or societies who wish to combine a relaxed dining experience with their more formal proceedings.
Alternatively customers wishing to celebrate a special occasion with friends and family will find the relaxed restaurant atmosphere and special service perfect for such an occasion.
Individual menus can be arranged to suit the time and occasion.
If your function is for less than 30 persons the room can still be booked for your sole use but there may be a room surcharge depending on the number of guests.
3 Wherry Quay
Limited car parking is available on the waterfront, otherwise there is plenty of parking in the Ipswich Borough Council “pay & display” Waterfront car park situated off Duke Street, which is a short walk along the quay to the restaurant.
For satellite navigation systems use Neptune Quay which is a continuation of Wherry Quay.