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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.

  • The Dabbling Duck

    11 Abbey Road, Great Massingham

    The Dabbling Duck is in the quintessential village of Great Massingham. Offering a range of pub classics as well as a few more quirky dishes if you fancy trying something different.

  • The Hero

    Wells Road, Burnham Overy Staithe

    The Hero is a laid-back pub set in the beautiful village of Burnham Overy Staithe, just 5 minutes from Burnham Market.

  • Stuart House Hotel Restaurant

    35 Goodwins Road, King’s Lynn

    The Stuart Restaurant offers a varied international menu complimented by delicious daily specials.

  • Bircham Windmill Tearooms and Gallery

    Bircham Windmill Tearooms and Gallery, King’s Lynn

    we bake our bread and cakes onsite for our traditional tearooms. We serve light lunches, cream teas, cappuccino coffees and a fabulous array of cakes.

  • True’s Yard Tea Room

    North Street, King’s Lynn

    Set wthin the historic fishing community and social history museum.

  • 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.

  • Subway Gaywood

    , King’s Lynn

    We make freshly made sandwiches in front of you on your request with eat in or takeaway.

  • The Titchwell Manor Restaurants

    Near Brancaster, Titchwell

    Titchwell Manor houses two restaurants; the Eating Rooms, a stunning dining area with sea view terrace, and the fine dining Conservatory Restaurant.

  • Liquor and Loaded

    21 Tower Street, King’s Lynn

    With unique interior, fantastic customer service, killer cocktails and loaded meat trays, head to Liquor and Loaded for the ultimate Rockstar experience!

  • 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.