Food and Drink


West Norfolk is revered for its fresh seafood selection…


From alehouses to wine bars, the area caters for all tastes…


Take a light lunch or afternoon tea in one of our rural cafes…

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

West Norfolk’s latest award winning food and drink establishments include King’s Lynn’s Bank House, awarded UK ‘Town Pub of the Year 2017’ by the Good Pub Guide. UK ‘Pub of the Year’ was won by The Rose & Crown at Snettisham in 2015, and Titchwell Manor is the proud owner of three AA Rosettes for ‘Culinary Excellence’. These and many more award winning food and drink venues across West Norfolk eagerly await your visit.

From the freshest seafood to highest quality meats and arable crops, West Norfolk is dedicated to giving you the best of British food, with regional producers winning Great Taste Awards year upon year, recent winners including orchards at Thornham, Hunstanton and food & drink suppliers from Ringstead.

Other highlights for foodies include many rural cafes that produce traditional home-cooked food and baked cakes, with Farm Shops and Farmers Markets dotted throughout the area selling fresh produce and meats. One of the Guild of Fine Food’s ‘Britain’s Best Delis’ can also be found in Burnham Market.

For those that like a good pint, West Norfolk has a wide variety of real ales and ciders on offer, many produced from the arable lands of Norfolk itself, including the popular ‘Norfolk Ales’ range of beers, and ciders produced by a regional brewery using traditional methods. The region is also famous for its traditional public houses, though with many lively music venues and modern bars around the area too.

Whatever your tastes and preferences, you are sure to eat and drink some of the finest British produce available, here in West Norfolk.

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