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About Us

We are Stuart Inns - One Big Family Business

The Hadleigh Ram is part of the Stuart Inns Group which is owned and managed by siblings Iain Macmillan and Lorna Pissarro. Together with their father Andrew, they have brought together their passion for food and design to create something very special.


Their vision was to open a welcoming bar and restaurant with an appealing menu which is crafted and prepared with culinary passion using the best seasonal ingredients.

 

"It's great to get the feedback from our customers who are keen to tell us what they have enjoyed from the menu. Over the last 5 years at The Ram we have built up a great relationship with some wonderful suppliers including Aubrey Allen and Marrfish. When we can, we source our food locally, but sometimes, in order to get the very best ingredients, we will go further afield."

Iain Macmillan


"Having grown up in Suffolk, and near to The Ram, we have always had a close connection with Hadleigh. When planning the interior design, I was keen to create an atmosphere that is welcoming and stylish. The Ram has different areas to suit our customers which include a lively central bar, a cosy restaurant and relaxed bar tables. We also have a private dining/meeting room and a secluded walled garden."

Lorna Pissarro
Food
Recognised for good quality food & value for money with a Bib Gourmand by the Michelin Guide in 2017, an array of constantly changing menus are available at The Hadleigh Ram. All dishes are prepared by a team of talented chefs using only the finest seasonal produce, returning diners always have an exciting range of options to choose from throughout the year. Guests can enjoy a delicious Brunch as well as a full À La Carte menu for lunch or dinner. Or celebrate with friends in The Ram's private dining & meeting room The Crook.



Within the Stuart Inns Group are The Long Melford Swan, The Lavenham Greyhound, and the newest addition The Old Crown, Girton, Cambridge. Each has it's own look and feel which match the towns and villages they are in.