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Food & Drink

With rural farmland being a large part of the west Norfolk landscape, close to the Norfolk coastline, it is no surprise that you can find an abundance of high quality food in the area.

  • Exterior of Lighthouse Cafe in Old Hunstanton, west Norfolk.

    Lighthouse Café

    Lighthouse Close, Hunstanton

    Lovely setting view across the wash, parking, easy access to café, short walk to beach. Grass area around café for children to play, dog friendly, lovely walks along cliff top.

  • The dining area at Church Farm Cafe and Tearoom in West Norfolk.

    Church Farm Café & Tea Room

    Stow Estate Trust, Home Farm, Stow Bardolph

    The Tea Room is in a barn conversion which has a very light and airy feel.

  • Exterior of The Old Bank Bistro in Snettisham, west Norfolk.

    The Old Bank Bistro

    10 Lynn Road, King’s Lynn

    A small, family-run seaside bistro in Snettisham, just a few miles away from the Norfolk coast. The Old Bank offers delicious, modern and imaginative food, sourced locally whenever possible and changing with the seasons.

  • Exterior of The Fenman Freehouse in King's Lynn, west Norfolk.

    The Fenman Freehouse

    Blackfriars Road, King’s Lynn

    Popular town centre pub and restaurant. Close to bus and railway stations. Beer garden, well stocked bar, pool table, family run and friendly welcome.

  • Exterior of The Farmers in King's Lynn, west Norfolk.

    The Farmers

    South Wootton, King’s Lynn

    At one of West Norfolk’s highest points and on the outskirts of King’s Lynn, you will find The Farmers , a charming country-style pub with a warm welcome and excellent food and drink.

  • The exterior King's Arms sign.

    King’s Arms

    28 The Green, King’s Lynn

    The Kings Arms is West Norfolk’s first community owned pub. Set on Shouldham’s village green, the Kings Arms is a traditional pub serving real ales straight from the barrel and good value food using fresh local produce.

  • Delicious dish of pulled pork burgers served at the Marriotts Warehouse in King's Lynn, west Norfolk.

    Marriott’s Warehouse

    South Quay, King’s Lynn

    Marriott’s Warehouse is thought to have been built in its present form in around 1580 as a warehouse for corn, salt and wine.

  • The Riverside Restaurant logo.

    Riverside Restaurant

    27 King Street, King’s Lynn

    Located in a beautifully restored 15th century warehouse overlooking the River Great Ouse. Providing excellent freshly prepared locally produced home cooked food at reasonable price.

  • Le Strange Arms Hotel

    Le Strange Arms Hotel, Old Hunstanton

    Hotel overlooks lawns which run down to a wonderful sandy beach. 43 en-suite bedrooms and stylish restaurant.

  • Downham Market Tandoori Logo.

    Downham Tandoori

    52-56 High Street, DOWNHAM MARKET

    Downham Tandoori, the finest Indian restaurant and takeaway in west Norfolk. Using only the freshest, finest and most traditional herbs and spices we offer our customers the most scrumptious authentic Indian taste around. The restaurant is also fully licensed with a well stocked bar of alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks.