The Brudenell hotel, which overlooks the Heritage Coast at Aldeburgh, is to open a revamped restaurant, called Seafood & Grill on 23 May.
The restaurant, which will feature a sea-facing terrace, will be headed by chef James Barber, whose dishes focus on the region's produce and sustainably sourced fish and seafood.
New dishes include: a mixed seafood grill; potted smoked east coast mackerel served with Suffolk beetroot chutney and melba toast; and whole dressed Aldeburgh crab and Harwich lobster. The menu also includes sharing platters and lighter dishes and nibbles.
The restaurant will also feature new interior furnishings with vibrant seaside colours.
Outside, one side of the terrace will be devoted to dining, while the other side will feature a new open-air bar.
Peter Osborne, general manager at the privately owned, four-star Brudenell said: "We continually aim to enhance our product and services to meet the ever-changing needs of our guests and this exciting new restaurant and terrace bar will ensure we continue to do this. We look forward to welcoming both new and returning guests to come and sample our latest dishes in these stunning surroundings."
The Seafood & Grill restaurant will be open daily for lunch from 12noon-2pm and dinner 6-9pm with drinks and light snacks served all day.