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The Dog Inn, a delightful centuries-old hostelry, occupies a prominent position 5 minutes walk from Ludham Bridge, on the River Ant, where free moorings are available.
Our AA* Rosette restaurant offers delicious home-cooked food, locally sourced wherever possible.
All our dishes are prepared to order, including all desserts, so this is not a fast-food outlet, this is a place where you can relax and unwind, have fun with your friends and family and enjoy the informality that we provide.
Your ideal destination to enjoy a fabulous lunch or evening meal. Relax in our warm friendly environment and indulge yourself with a meal from our high quality menu.
The Saracen’s Head is a Georgian Inn nestled in the heart of the North Norfolk countryside that prides itself on being true to the spirit of its 200-year history - it is at once timeless, absolutely modern and thoroughly welcoming.
Restaurant opened in 1559, within the setting of the original Manor Hall, our aim is to provide first class imaginative dishes – created by our Head Chef and complimented by a superb selection of wines from the globe’s leading vineyards.
Intimate restaurant overlooking the busiest shopping street in Norwich city centre, serving the fresh tastes of authentic Lebanese cuisine.
This warm and friendly 17th century Freehouse is to the north side of Norwich cathedral. 'The Wig' as its affectionately known, has built a reputation for a fresh, fast, affordable British cuisine.