Welcome to the EatoutNorfolk Directory. Here you can browse through our eateries and perhaps find somewhere new to try? We have the listings in alphabetical order and with 15 listings per page, for easy viewing, so just click on 'next page' to browse, or 'show all' to see all out listings on one page.
If you know the name of the restaurant your looking for you can type it in the 'Quick Search' or click on the letter of the alphabet that the Restaurant name starts with. (For example; The Victoria would be listed under 'V' for Victoria). If you are looking for some specific facilities or services please use our 'Advanced Search'.
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We have fine views from our restaurant across the Norfolk Countryside, or perhaps you would like to enjoy your meal outside looking across the lake.
This famous sixteenth-century thatched listed building is the home for Richard Hughes' inimitable style of cookery and service, with a bustling restaurant, cookery school and, of course, a heartfelt welcome awaiting beyond the front door!
The Lifeboat Inn, situated minutes from the stunning sandy beaches of the Norfolk Coast has been receiving guests since the 16th century.
Sue, Ruthie, Richard and their hardworking team pride themselves in producing quality and value for money food, using fresh locally grown vegetables and quality British meat, with which we make our daily pie-specials, using our home-made pastry.
Proudly independent, "The Links", considered by many to be the best golf, leisure and conference hotel in North Norfolk is set in 35 acres of lightly wooded coastal parkland, designated as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
We're a modern pub with an authentic country feel and a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
The Lord Nelson is situated in Nelsonís Birthplace, Burnham Thorpe. Visit the pub today and you can soak up the atmosphere that has changed little over the past 372 years.