The look of this family-run restaurant and bar in Queen's Park is certainly part of its appeal - think reclaimed sanded floorboards from a school in Norfolk, old church pews and a bar made from an oak tree felled in the storm of '87. Al fresco tables and chairs spill out onto the cobbled mews come summertime, too.
Hugo's was once known as The Organic Café, and the organic ethos continues today on a menu taking inspiration from cuisines across the globe. Dishes range from pasta, burgers, fish stews and all day brunches to whole tiger prawns seared with olive oil, garlic and peppers, stuffed butternut squash with garlic, leeks, mushrooms and goat's cheese, beef and ale pies and lamb shanks served with rosemary mash, cabbage and a red wine jus. Keep an eye out for daily specials, too.
A short, global wine list features alongside Suffolk ciders, wheat beer from Germany, real ales from Wales and organic juices sourced from an organic farm in Norfolk.