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.
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Tandoori restaurant and takeaway. Egon Ronay Award in 1997. Quality food online Platinum Award. Open seven days a week 12 noon to 2.00pm (excluding Fridays) and 6pm - 11.00pm. 10% discount on all takeaway orders.
The four star Hoste is a nationally known hotel offering 62 stylish bedrooms in Burnham Market, a stone’s throw away from the beautiful North Norfolk coast, with its stunning beaches and walks.
The Hunny Bell is a wonderful 18th Century pub with a traditional beamed main bar and cosy snug, recently sensitively restored to create a pub which retains it historic character with upgraded facilities including a brand new kitchen and toilets.
The Mad Moose is a warm, welcoming, traditional, neighbourhood pub serving simple, honest food featuring old favourites and a daily specials board and a wonderful selection of cool beers, chilled wines and soft drinks.
This stylish gastropub has beamed ceilings, polished floorboards comfortable rattan chairs and tree trunk tables, with an open plan kitchen so you can watch the chefs at work.
Open year round and serving great food all day every day, The Three Horseshoes offers a warm welcome to the local community and visitors to North Norfolk.