All Things Norfolk Directory

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All Things Eating Out showcases fabulous independent places to eat out in Norfolk. Whether you are looking for an eatery with fine views over the Norfolk Coast, Countryside or City of Norwich, or a fine dining restaurant to make that occasion extra special , this category is full of fabulous independent Norfolk eateries, with many focussing on locally sourced produce.

1 The Street
Village, Town or City: Framingham Earl
Postcode: NR14 7QY Please use CAPITAL letters
County: Norfolk
Contact Name: Gwendoline Nightingale
Phone number: 01508 495784
Website: Website Title

We’re a café and community centre - providing much needed services in a rapidly expanding residential area with very few amenities. The School House is now open - creating opportunities for people who find themselves lonely and socially isolated and those living with or caring for someone with dementia and other mental or physical health problems. We help people interact with others, receive support, information and guidance and partake in a wide range of therapeutic and enjoyable activities within the School House and wider afield.

The School House Café also encourages people to come to the area and provides a facility for those who work nearby or are passing through.

Facilities:
  • Cafe
  • W-LAN / WiFi
  • Parking
  • Disabled facilities
  • Groups Allowed
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35 Goodwins Road
Village, Town or City: Kings lynn
Postcode: PE30 5QX Please use CAPITAL letters
County: Norfolk
Phone number: 01553 772169
Fax Number: 01553 774788
Website: Website Title

We are a small family run hotel situated in its own grounds and just a short walk from the centre of the historical town and port of Kings Lynn. The original house dates back to Victorian times when it was the private residence of a prominent King's Lynn business man.

The building was converted into a hotel in the early seventies and has developed through additional building and refurbishment into the comfortable hotel of today, while still retaining many of the original Victorian features.

All the rooms are now en-suite and well equipped with all modern amenities including Wi-Fi internet access, direct dial phones, TV, radio, hairdryer, complimentary tea and coffee making facilities.

Private off street parking is available in the grounds. Two gardens are available in which to relax with a selection of drinks available from the well stocked and popular bar, (renowned for its award winning real English ales).

Bar meals are available in the bar and beer garden, while superb a la carte' meals can be enjoyed in the restaurant, private dining room or 'al fresco' in our residents garden.

Whatever the occasion, business or pleasure, this delightful hotel and friendly staff will ensure that your stay is an extremely pleasurable one.

Facilities:
  • Restaurant
  • Parking
  • Children Welcome
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4a Guildhall Hill
Village, Town or City: Norwich
Postcode: NR2 1JH Please use CAPITAL letters
County: Norfolk
Contact Name: Nigel and Jayne Raffles
Phone number: 01603 616606
Website: Website Title

The Library Restaurant, Bar & Grill in Norwich city centre enjoyed a fabulous revamp last year. A sumptuous makeover included the introduction of a relaxing lounge area and tasty tasty new dishes.

Housed in a stunning Grade II listed building that is the site of the first public library in Britain, The Library Restaurant, Bar & Grill offers high-quality modern English cuisine, specialising in fresh fish and meat cooked on a wood fired grill.

The main restaurant area – an expansive room with floor to ceiling bookcases, a 9-metre high glass ceiling and an upstairs art gallery and bar – is impressive and plush. There are 2 rooms for private dining a beautiful mezzanine restaurant space and a courtyard for outside eating and drinking.

Lunch times there are a range of homemade sourdough sandwiches alongside classics such as sausages and creamy mash, Caesars salad and beer battered fish and chips. Ideally located for both Theatre Royal and Maddermarket , we offer a Prix Fixe menu up to 7pm from £14.50

Wi-Fi makes The Library an ideal meeting spot for business or pleasure.

A tantalising A la Carte menu is perfect for longer lunchtimes or Dinner.

We offer a fantastic Sunday Roast from 12pm-4pm

Open 12pm 2.30pm Monday-Friday

All day Saturday

Sunday lunch 12pm -4pm

Evenings 5.30pm-10pm (closed Sunday evening)

Facilities:
  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Winebar
  • W-LAN / WiFi
  • Children Welcome
  • Groups Allowed
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Slad Lane
Village, Town or City: Woodbastwick
Postcode: NR13 6HQ Please use CAPITAL letters
County: Norfolk
Phone number: 01603 720003
Website: Website Title

Our loyal band of customers already know how good the food and drink is at The Fur and Feather Inn - it's what keeps them coming back. Don't just take our word for it, we're featured in the Good Pub Guide, CAMRA's Good Beer Guide and nominated for local awards. Here's why...

It's a beautiful setting to eat or drink, a thatched pub, in one of Broadland's prettiest villages. The atmosphere is as traditional as the setting. Friendly staff behind the oak topped bar, the day's newspapers on top of it. A welcoming fire and no TV, juke box or pool table. Next door is Woodforde's brewery. We serve their award winning ales straight from the cask.

A great place to come for a drink but the Fur and Feather is probably defined by its food. Here traditional meets modern, whether you choose to eat in the restaurant, the bar or large garden. Our chefs have built up a countywide reputation. Steak-and-kidney pudding fans have been known to travel from as far as Fakenham and Lowestoft after hearing about ours!

It's traditional English fare all home-made, seasonal and local where possible. There's always more than 20 main courses to choose from and menus change regularly and our specials boards change daily. Where possible, we use local suppliers. Coxford's butchers at Aylsham make our half pound burgers especially for us. It's all complimented by an exceptional wine list.

Our loyal band of customers already know how good the food and drink is at The Fur and Feather Inn - it's what keeps them coming back. Don't just take our word for it, we're featured in the Good Pub Guide, CAMRA's Good Beer Guide and nominated for local awards. Here's why...

It's a beautiful setting to eat or drink, a thatched pub, in one of Broadland's prettiest villages. The atmosphere is as traditional as the setting. Friendly staff behind the oak topped bar, the day's newspapers on top of it. A welcoming fire and no TV, juke box or pool table. Next door is Woodforde's brewery. We serve their award winning ales straight from the cask.

A great place to come for a drink but the Fur and Feather is probably defined by its food. Here traditional meets modern, whether you choose to eat in the restaurant, the bar or large garden. Our chefs have built up a countywide reputation. Steak-and-kidney pudding fans have been known to travel from as far as Fakenham and Lowestoft after hearing about ours!

It's traditional English fare all home-made, seasonal and local where possible. Find liver and bacon, corned beef hash and treacle tart alongside confit of duck steak and kidney pudding and baked vanilla pod cheesecake on the menu. There's always more than 20 main courses to choose from including an innovative vegetarian selection. Priced between

Facilities:
  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Parking
  • Outside Seating
  • Children Welcome
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34 High Street
Village, Town or City: Overstrand
Postcode: NR27 0AB Please use CAPITAL letters
County: Norfolk
Phone number: 01263 579237
Website: Website Title

We are a seaside pub set on the North Norfolk coast with two aa rosette restaurant and 4 star accommodation set in the village of Overstrand minutes from the beautiful Overstrand beach. We have a great emphasis on local produce including our real ales, the kitchen team have principles of in house cooking from their home baked bread to pasta and ice creams.

We offer eight individually designed en suite rooms to suit all types of residents from families to dog lovers.

We also offer other facilities that we feel a traditional pub should offer like our large lawned beer garden equipped with children’s play area, games room with pool table and sky tv coverage in the bar.

In 2012 we renovated our old barn to be able to host weddings, birthdays, business meets and other functions.

 

Facilities:
  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Children Welcome
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Dalegate Market
Village, Town or City: Burnham Deepdale
Postcode: PE31 8FB Please use CAPITAL letters
County: Norfolk
Phone number: 01485 210305
Website: Website Title

Welcome to Dalegate Market, the independent retail site with shops & Deepdale Cafe in Burnham Deepdale.  The shopping centre is on the A149 coast road, approximately half way between Hunstanton and Wells-next-the-Sea in the heart of the beautiful North Norfolk Coast.  The centre is a major North Norfolk Coast hub, offering a place to relax, shop, eat, drink and connect with friends and family.

There's great food and drink from Deepdale Café, offering breakfast, lunch, tea, coffee and cake.  The shopping site is home to mainly independent shops - Deepdale Stores supermarket & fuel station (petrol & diesel), Fat Face clothing & accessories shop, Gone Crabbing Norfolk clothing & souvenirs shop, Relish jewellery & accessories,  One Stop Nature Shop, The Hare & The Hen gallery and Philippa Lee pottery workshop.  The shops are joined by Deepdale Bike Hire, Norfolk Hideaways holiday cottage agency and Deepdale Visitor Information Centre (TIC).

Dalegate Market welcomes Pop Up Shops a week at a time throughout the Summer and at various other times of the year.  Dalegate Market is also home to two of the major North Norfolk Coast events - Deepdale Christmas Market and Deepdale Spring Market.

Dalegate Market is popular with visitors, tourists and locals, whether they are shopping for the essentials like bread and milk, or spoiling themselves (or others) with presents and gifts such as jewellery, clothing, binoculars, art and crafts.  Come and join us for some retail therapy for wonderful items that you won't find on the high street.

The site fits well with the tourism accommodation facilities of Deepdale Farm next door, which include Deepdale Backpackers Hostel, Deepdale Camping and Deepdale Groups Hostel.  There are also many other things to do and see in the village - Brancaster Staithe & Burnham Deepdale.

Facilities:
  • Cafe
  • Restaurant
  • W-LAN / WiFi
  • Parking
  • Outside Seating
  • Disabled facilities
  • Children Welcome
  • Groups Allowed
  • Pets Welcome
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