Category: Lunch 2 courses for £12 or 3 for £17

KING’S HEAD COUNTRY HOTEL

GREAT BIRCHAM   Built in the Edwardian era, the hotel combines all the traditional warmth and comfort of a long established country house hotel with sleek contemporary facilities. The hotel is located close to the great estates of Royal Sandringham and Houghton, both very well worth a visit. We are also well situated for people […]

Published on: 28 December 2017
Posted by: Julie Mace

THE JOLLY SAILORS

BRANCASTER STAITHE The Jolly Sailors serves wholesome, home cooked food from local sourced seasonal produce including specials from their own ‘Jolly Smokehouse’, and stone baked authentic pizzas with a Norfolk twist. The welcoming traditional 18th century pub is open all day from 12noon to 9pm, there is no need to book however bookings can be […]

Published on: 26 December 2017
Posted by: Julie Mace

BLACK LION

WALSINGHAM The Black Lion Hotel in Little Walsingham offers a eclectic mix of original features and modern-day comfort in its bar, dining rooms and bedrooms. They pride themselves on the quality of their ale, which always includes a selection of Real Ales on tap; Woodfordes Wherry, Adnams and a guest ale is usually available. The […]

Published on: 15 August 2017
Posted by: Julie Mace

THE THREE HORSESHOES

WARHAM The Three Horseshoes was one of the first pubs in North Norfolk to focus on great food as well as great local ales, building a reputation for home-cooked pies and puddings. Today they remain strong believers in their food choices which are cooked with the best local produce. Pies, puddings and all pub classics […]

Published on: 1 August 2017
Posted by: Julie Mace

THE BARSHAM ARMS

EAST BARSHAM Situated in the picturesque village of East Barsham, a gateway to the beautiful North Norfolk coast, The Barsham Arms is a classic yet cosy country pub and kitchen serving fresh, home-cooked food daily. The restaurant serves pub classics with a modern twist using quality, fresh and locally sourced ingredients cooked to order Tuesday-Sunday […]

Published on: 30 July 2017
Posted by: Julie Mace

LANGHAM BLUE BELL

LANGHAM Situated in the heart of Langham, a beautiful flint built village a stone’s throw from the North Norfolk coastal villages of Blakeney and Morston, the Blue Bell has been reopened early this year by local chef Jason Mitchell and colleague Abby Wilson. Both having careers in the industry working for other people’s pubs, they […]

Published on: 15 July 2017
Posted by: Julie Mace

THE THREE HORSESHOES

BRISTON LUNCH MENU 2 courses for £12 or 3 for £17 (click to view)   Soup Of The Day. gf df vg c Smoked Dapple Rarebit, Cranberry & Red Onion Chutney. e m su gf Slow Roasted Belly Of Pork, Black Pudding Bon Bon, Apple Puree. c e gf Smoked Mackerel Pate, Toasted Sourdough, Pickled […]

Published on: 5 July 2017
Posted by: Julie Mace

BACK TO THE GARDEN

LETHERINGSETT Back to the Garden Restaurant and Farm shop is situated in a beautiful 18th century threshing barn. Produce and ingredients are sourced from as close as they can find, using their own organic chicken and lamb from the farm, beef from Letheringsett and using the best local or organic vegetables, they favour the freshest […]

Published on: 1 July 2017
Posted by: Julie Mace

KINGS HEAD HOLT

They’ve created something really special at the Kings Head Holt. They serve hearty American inspired food – from  Tapas Ticklers, KH Dogs, KH Burgers, loaded tortillas, to delicious gelato sundaes. There’s a popular kids’ menu which features Kings Head classics such as the Little Big Burger and Mini Movie Madness. Enjoy your meal in the main bar area, in the […]

Published on: 20 June 2017
Posted by: Julie Mace

BOLTON’S BISTRO

at THE CLIFTONVILLE HOTEL CROMER Open Daily serving Lunch and Dinner, Bolton’s Bistro at The Cliftonville Hotel was the first bistro in Cromer specialising in fresh fish dishes including the world renowned cromer crab and locally caught lobster and local mussels. The menu also offers seasonal salads, steaks and a variety of meat dishes with […]

Published on: 25 May 2017
Posted by: Julie Mace