Pubs in Norfolk
* Indicates specially suggested by recent visitors.
King William, Sedgeford. (3 min drive, quarter-hour go) 65
This regional village pub features a deserved and needed reputation for good meals at non-scary costs and packages them in all all year round. The friendly landlord guarantees the King Willy keeps its local atmosphere and has recently done an excellent work of extending the dinner areas both indoor asnd alfresco. Regularly altering specials board and we also can completely recommend sharing an apple and cinnamon puff for pudding - amazing! Outside garden.
Rose and Crown, Snettisham* (5 min drive) 72
However is true to its long history as a coaching Inn with a traditional pub feel and cozy hospitality. Tasty food with a nearby slant and it is always really hectic through the summer. Several impressive prizes hang off the walls. Pub dishes and a restaurant selection with deals changing daily. Substantial yard with play area. Despite being slated by A.A.Gill inside Sunday instances this past year picked up the Good Pub Guide top British Pub Award for 2015.
The Neptune Old Hunstanton*(10 small drive) Tel: 22
If you're a 'foodie' after that this is certainly today most likely the best restaurant to go to regarding Norfolk coast. Couple team Kevin and Jacki Mangeolles with fabulous cooking and great awareness of detail have actually obtained this unpretentious restaurant a much deserved Michelin star. The white dining table cloths and friendly, efficient solution get this to a special occasion spulrge. Meals tend to be discreet with delicious combinations (think beetroot tart, lobster salad, loin of veal, peanut butter mousse).You will require deep pockets but will be chatting fondly concerning the Neptune for some time in the future. Advance booking is essential and definately cannot consume such a thing the day before going!
Duck Inn, Stanhoe* (10 small drive) 30
The Duck is a company favourite with your visitors and appears to constantly get great reports for its imaginative food, buzzy environment and friendly welcoming staff. Truly much more restaurant than pub in its design but getting it right as advance reservation is totally crucial. Sunday lunches get particular praise.
The Orange Tree, Thornham (10 minute drive) 24
Great meals, friendly staff and lively environment has made this of the most extremely succesful Gastro-pubs regarding the coastline. The selection could feature oysters, steaks and fish with asian, indian, modern-day uk and even fairground impacts. A sizable outdoors home gardens with play area. Scheduling advisable.
Kings Head Bircham (10 small drive) 65
The contemporary décor can provide this location an extremely unusual atmosphere for a nation inn – though the meals is good plus the staff are friendly and efficient. Great Sunday lunches that are well-liked by residents. Huge garden with play location.
The Hoste, Burnham Market (15 minute drive) 77
The Grand-Daddy of these all but still setting the rate for a good dinner in the Norfolk shore. Changed hands a couple of years ago but still will continue to innovate.
White Horse, Brancaster Staithe* (15 minute drive) 62
A strong favourite with a pleasant conservatory restaurant, sunshine deck terrace and adjoining dining location with spectacular water views over Brancaster and Scolt mind Island. Great fish and shellfish with in addition good bar alternatives including a delicious tapas menu.Good for lunch or dinner and perfect for an earlier night beverage at sunset. For diners early reservation is recommended.
Lifeboat Inn, Thornham (15 small drive) 36
When a Norfolk Institution, recently changed fingers (once more!) but expecting far better things in 2016. Filled with personality and regional figures this a beneficial coastline end for a beer and sandwich.
Titchwell Manor, Titchwell, Near Brancaster (15 minute drive) 80
Good eating in quite formal environment. Focus on seafood with a menu that prides itself on becoming that bit different. Simply launched the greater amount of calm and affordable Eating spaces with a far more bistro/bar but nevertheless during the higher end.
Jolly Sailors, Brancaster Staithe (15 minute drive) 4 Once a genuine Norfolk stalwart which has been typically crowded out by fresh neighborhood favourites throughout the last ten years. During 2009 had a really preferred revamp with a brand new household friendly structure which includes tasty hot-from-the-oven pizzas.They can still draw a substantail group on a fine summertime days and a fair few muddy puppies and young ones in winter.
The Crown Inn, East Rudham (20 small drive) 30
The landlord Tristan must certanly be doing something right once the destination features outstanding buzz. Friendly staff, log fires an upmarket interior and a good menu get this a secure wager for a beneficial meal or dinner.
The Victoria, Holkham (25 moment drive) 30
The main Holkham Hall Estate and just a couple of steps from the beautiful beach at Holkham Bay which makes it a favorite choice for an area of meal inside large gardens.
The Nelson, Burnham Thorpe (25 moment drive) 1 into the village in which Nelson came to be with rock flagged floors and original wooden settles. Menu features local produce, beef, fish and fish and shellfish. Many Nelson paintings, publications & souvenirs on display and sale. Reserving on vacations advisable. Local niche - a drink labeled as Nelson's bloodstream. Huge yard with summer barbeques.
Ordnance Arms, Guist Bottom, Fakenham (25 moment drive) 71
Preferred Thai Pub regarding the Fakenam to Norwich roadway which works almost as a restaurant with a club. Delicious genuine newly ready Thai meals at reasonable rates served by friendly staff. Could possibly get hectic at weekends
The Dabbling Duck, Great Massingham. (25 min drive) 27
Well-liked by residents for both ingesting and dinner with a menu that relies greatly on Norfolk vendors. Recently won much compliments for the meals and cosy environment. The Peddars Way path runs close by. Huge outside play area.See also:
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