Category: Dinner 2 courses for £18 or 3 for £23

BANK HOUSE

KING’S LYNN   Bank House is a unique Grade II * Georgian town house hotel, set on the quay side, in the heart of the historic and business areas of King’s Lynn. Their menu offers modern brasserie food, using top quality fresh ingredients and taking full advantage of the wonderful produce of the area. The […]

Published on: 25 April 2018
Posted by: Julie Mace

GOLDINGS PUBLIC HOUSE

& ROOMS KING’S LYNN   Set on the historic Saturday Market Place and with gorgeous views of the Minster, Goldings Public House serves traditional pub food alongside real ale, craft beer, specially selected spirits & wines, and house cocktails. Their menu is simple, seasonal and celebrates the very best of Norfolk’s amazing local producers. LUNCH […]

Published on: 15 April 2018
Posted by: Julie Mace

THE RATHSKELLER

KING’S LYNN   The Rathskeller Wine Bar and Bistro opened in December 2013. It is a family owned and run venture. The Bistro offers a freshly cooked menu of the finest homemade dishes using prime Norfolk produce. We source seasonal ingredients from local suppliers where possible, so the menu changes on a regular basis, with […]

Published on: 1 April 2018
Posted by: Julie Mace

RIVERSIDE RESTAURANT

KING’S LYNN The Riverside Restaurant is located in a 15th Century warehouse overlooking the the River Great Ouse with it’s own terrace and garden. It is a traditional English Restaurant serving homecooked, freshly prepared meals and where possible the produce is locally sourced. LUNCH MENU 2 courses for £12 or 3 for £17 (click to […]

Published on: 30 March 2018
Posted by: Julie Mace

CONGHAM HALL HOTEL

GRIMSTON   Where better to enjoy lunch or dinner, than in the beautiful surroundings of Congham Hall. Sitting in 30 acres of parkland, including orchards and our renowned herb garden, which has 400-plus varieties. Guests will often be seen meandering through the gardens before or after their meal. The modernised, 2 AA Rosette, restaurant features […]

Published on: 4 March 2018
Posted by: Julie Mace

THE CROWN INN

GAYTON Set in the pretty West Norfolk village of Gayton, just a few miles from The Queen’s Sandringham Estate and the historical town of King’s Lynn, The Crown Inn is a country pub with an abundance of authentic charm and cosy ambience. Roaring log fires and a good selection of well-kept ales are complemented by […]

Published on: 3 March 2018
Posted by: Julie Mace

THE CROWN INN

EAST RUDHAM   Standing at the head of the Village Green, this outstanding Norfolk Country pub and restaurant combines traditional period features with stunning modern-day comfort and luxury. The Crown prides its self on the quality of their ale, which always includes a selection of four Real Ales always on tap; Woodfordes Wherry, Adnams and […]

Published on: 25 February 2018
Posted by: Julie Mace

THE BLACK HORSE INN

CASTLE RISING The Black Horse Inn is a handsome grade II listed building, situated in the picture perfect village of Castle Rising, serving a streamlined & stylish menu, with new seasonal offerings added each week. Fresh produce & ingredients are handpicked from local farms within a ten mile radius, ensuring  local suppliers are used for […]

Published on: 21 February 2018
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THE ROSE & CROWN

SNETTISHAM The same delicious menu is served throughout The Rose & Crown. As far as possible all their ingredients are sourced locally, making full use of the wonderful produce of the area in season: mussels, oysters and samphire from Brancaster, asparagus and strawberries from local farmers, herbs from the allotments of Snettisham and game from […]

Published on: 18 February 2018
Posted by: Julie Mace

THE KING WILLIAM IV

COUNTRY INN & RESTAURANT SEDGEFORD   Award-winning Country Inn & Restaurant in the historic village of Sedgeford with nine luxury, en suite rooms. Bar serving real ales and four attractive, dining areas with disabled access. Enjoy tasty seasonal menus and daily specials brimming with local ingredients. Families and dogs welcome. Pretty garden and pergola and […]

Published on: 12 February 2018
Posted by: Julie Mace