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Where to Eat & Drink in Norfolk

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Where to eat and drink in Norfolk

Looking for some fantastic dining out opportunities in Norfolk? Our handy eating and drinking guide divulges the best bars, restaurants, pubs and cafés to visit during your stay

Be spoilt for choice with the variety of places to eat in Norfolk, boasting pubs, cafés. restaurants and more.

For fine dining, choose from two Michelin-starred restaurants in Norfolk; Morston Hall in Blakeney and The Neptune Inn in Old Hunstanton. There are also plenty of other types of restaurants in Norfolk, serving locally-sourced ingredients such as freshly-caught Cromer Crab.

If you’re looking for a food pub in Wells-next-the-Sea, be sure to consider The Bowling Green. This historic drinking hole has been serving customers for over 300 years, providing the option of a glorious beer garden and a cosy bar with a logburner. Sample the first-class food among the olde-worlde charm, the ideal return after an exhausting and scenic Norfolk walk.

The range of cafés in Norfolk are equally impressive in terms of variety and quality. When exploring the stunning streets of Norwich, be sure to stop off at Biddy’s Tea Room for a cup of tea and a bite to eat. This is a truly quirky spot to re-fuel during a memorable day out.

Never run out of places to eat and drink in Norfolk by using this carefully crafted guide.

  • Biddy’s Tea Room

    A quirky, quintessentially English tearoom named after the owner’s dog. Placed in the heart of Norwich, Biddy’s is the perfect spot for some traditional afternoon tea. With over 50 blends of loose tea on offer, you can even create your own flavor to go with your finger sandwiches and homemade sponge cake

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    Morston Hall

    If fine dining at an award-winning Michelin starred restaurant is your thing, Morston Hall has all the unique qualities to give you a truly impressive experience. With an exciting menu that changes daily, the restaurant serves a superior selection of British classics. Morston Hall is also a beautiful location to enjoy a delightful afternoon tea.

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  • The Bowling Green Inn

    This traditional Norfolk pub is regarded as the oldest in Wells-next-the-Sea, offering a cosy atmosphere with its rustic wooden beams and fabulous woodburning stove. For a hearty, home-cooked meal to fuel an adventure-filled day, this is the perfect spot.

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  • The Neptune Inn

    Set in an 18th century former coaching inn, this Michelin starred Hunstanton restaurant uses seasonal local produce to put a modern spin on some British classics. With a particularly laid-back atmosphere and an extensive list of fine wines, The Neptune Inn ensures a supreme dining experience.

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  • The Old Bank

    A delectable, family-run bistro that prides itself on its homely atmosphere and inventive dishes. The Old Bank hosts a monthly ‘Supper Club’, offering a seven-course tasting menu and petit fours, book your place for next month now!

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