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Food and restaurants in North Norfolk District

Top restaurants

Bar
“good pub nice food and close to the seal trips you can book them here with Temples ”
  • 19 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
“Genuinely fresh and local seafood. Try the Cromer crab salad with a glass of chilled Norfolk wine. Here you will find the best chips - both skinny and chunky - for miles around. Children will love the fishcakes and the sparkly elderflower juice; and are free to run wild on the green.”
  • 18 locals recommend
Bar
“so close by - perfect after a day on the beach! dog and family friendly too!”
  • 8 locals recommend
Bar
“Award winning Pub/Restaurant, delicious food, locally sourced. Enjoy a candlelit supper, or leisurely lunch on the patio, with views of St Mary's church and the Glaven Valley. Five minutes walk from The Garden Flat.”
  • 12 locals recommend
Restaurant
“This is master chef Galton Blackiston's foray into 'street food' and boy is it good. There's a fish restaurant on the ground floor and a bistro upstairs - both top-notch.”
  • 14 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
“Cookies is a little cafe and fish shop on the coast road in Salthouse. It's a bit of a local secret. I always make a beeline for it whenever I'm up in Norfolk. It has amazing seafood platters. There is space to sit outside in the summer and a little cafe for inclement weather. They don't have a license but are happy for you to bring a bottle of something chilled. Warning - it's very little and local so they may not have crab or lobster if the weather is too rough for the boats to go out, and they may close if they have nothing to sell - especially on Mondays. But if you're in luck, you're in for a treat!”
  • 14 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Lovely beach walk to the pub, great views over the sea tasty meals and you'll be happy for that cool drink too! ”
  • 8 locals recommend
Café
“Great cromer crab and other british classics - fresh fish straight off the boat!”
  • 11 locals recommend

Cafes

Cafe
“Pensthorpe Rd, Fakenham NR21 0LN Pensthorpe Natural Park aims to inspire every generation by offering something for the whole family - from young children through to grandparents and everything in between. Pensthorpe offers a variety of activities and experiences that bring you closer to nature and allows you to explore the 700 acre reserve as a family. There are fascinating conservation projects you can discover including red squirrels, corncrakes, cranes and turtle doves; 5 stunning gardens, some of which are designed by renowned landscape designers and are home to a secret sculpture trail and; unique to Pensthorpe, 4 varied habitats including wetlands, woodlands, grasslands and farmland which each attract their own intriguing species. After exploring the further reaches of the reserve families can enjoy the award winning outdoor and indoor adventure play areas, WildRootz and Hootz House. There is enough here to keep everyone active and on a journey of discovery together for a whole day.”
  • 47 locals recommend
Cafe
“Book a table, check-out Desmond's 'brow and tuck-in to some of the best grub in Norfolk. A good spot to park the car and enjoy a gentle stroll over to Blakeney, and back to Wiveton again.”
  • 32 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
“Genuinely fresh and local seafood. Try the Cromer crab salad with a glass of chilled Norfolk wine. Here you will find the best chips - both skinny and chunky - for miles around. Children will love the fishcakes and the sparkly elderflower juice; and are free to run wild on the green.”
  • 18 locals recommend
Cafe
“Five minutes drive from the cottage is Creake Abbey. It is home to a stunning Café and Food Hall, fantastic shops and studios plus an award winning farmers’ market together with the ruins of an Augustinian abbey founded in 1206. On the 1st Saturday of each month (excluding January) Creake Abbey hosts its award winning market. 50+ stall holders come with fresh local produce including meat, fresh vegetables, fruit and flowers in season, cheeses and much more. The Creake Abbey Café and Food Hall is open 7 days a week from 9am offering breakfast lunch and tea daily. The Food Hall offers bread, milk and cooking staples plush fresh vegetables, wine and beer together with a fantastic deli counter. Butchery is provided by Arthur Howell. Find unusual ingredients, sauces, mixes and foodie gifts too. We like: •The frozen food section. The Indian warm up meals are excellent and good for those days you don’t feel like cooking. •Breakfast outdoors. Soak up the sun and have breakfast outdoors overlooking the field which are good for bird watching. They will even lend you a pair of binoculars. •The deli and butcher. Large wholesome sausage rolls a personal recommendation. ”
  • 14 locals recommend
Café
“Great cromer crab and other british classics - fresh fish straight off the boat!”
  • 11 locals recommend
Cafe
“Delicious little cafe at Cart Gap, serving hot drinks and coffee, breakfast, lunch and fish and chips. Dogs welcome ( outside) Do check if they are open as they do reduce hours out of season”
  • 9 locals recommend
Cafe
“A little further afield but an interesting place to visit. Lovely vegetarian menu and good coffee. Good for lunch”
  • 10 locals recommend
Cafe
“The Sitting Room provides a home away from home where you can relax with friends and family or simply soak up the ambience and watch the world go by with a good book. Barista made coffee, fine teas and delicious sweet and savoury foods are all on offer.”
  • 7 locals recommend

Bakeries

Deli / Bodega
“Great selection of wine , cheese, breads etc...perfect place to make up a picnic”
  • 11 locals recommend
Café
“Number 14 is a family run business located in the heart of Wroxham. They provide the perfect environment for you to relax with family and friends whilst enjoying a range of homemade products. Number 14 offers a all day brunch, light lunches and drinks.”
  • 1 local recommends
Bakery
“This shop has everything you might need. A treasure trove in a local department store.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Bakery
  • 2 locals recommend
Bakery
  • 2 locals recommend
Café
  • 2 locals recommend
Cafe
  • 1 local recommends
Bakery
“There is a pie and mash shop in Cromer, which has temporarily closed and is meant to be re-opening soon. The pies are very good and are sold at farmers' markets.”
  • 1 local recommends