Go for a drink and see for yourself. The a Restaurants are nothing special, although the place deserves to house a really upmarket venue and I am sure this will come ...
The Waterfront now has a great selection of resturants and coffee bars as well as an interesting assortment of boats. A short walk away is the historic part of town and there are many car parks in the area. The least expensive of these is located in Duke Street, next to University and opposite the Travelodge. There is one very... More
Becoming a focal point for Ipswich and its university, the waterfront has a range of not cheap but ok cafés, pubs and restaurants, and many boats of all types and sizes . There is a range of old, new and unfinished buildings, a great dance centre and not much else. However, I love the boats, enjoy the changing interest of... More
I live in Ipswich and the best time to visit is in the summer - especially when the Maritime festival is on down the waterfront. There is loads going on from displays, stalls selling all sorts of goods and food - plus local independent shops in the area as well as many great bars to have a drink. There is... More
Whoever paid out the money to build this waste of space should be shot. It has brought little or no benefit to Ipswich. It is only of interest to people who have more money than sense The various Marinas are full of boats that never seem to move from one year to the next No, I'm sorry, but this is... More
As a life long resident of ipswich, I have observed the development of the ipswich marina over many years. It started off with attractive buildings and looked promising. The boats moored on the river always look attractive. However it now looks a bit of a mess especially at one end where there is a plethora of derelict buildings and unfinished... More
The Waterfront is an interesting part of the town with several good restaurants. The Quayside restaurant has a varied menu with sandwiches on the one hand and good quality main courses and desserts. A set menu is very reasonably priced. On a nice day it is good to walk along the path and see the many boats and yachts. The... More
Interesting historic waterfront with lots of restaurants and coffee bars but it certainly caters for a rich crowd. The marina is full of large yachts, so there are probably plenty of people with spare cash, but it's a tad pricey for average visitors.
I was a little disappointed to find that there was only really one bar on the waterfront (unless I missed something glaringly obvious) but that one bar, Isaacs was ideal. The girl singer in the duo that was playing early in the evening had the voice of an angel. Had a very pleasant solo drink, very chilled. It got pretty... More
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