Chomping grounds

We dare you to try and find a more wonderful place to satisfy your hunger in style than our bounteous coastline.  Here are our top places to eat, but as we’re often stomping and chomping our way along the coast this list can change regularly!

The White Horse, Brancaster Staithe
Enjoy an inspired menu of delicious dishes whilst looking out over Scolt Head Island.  They even have their own mussel and oyster beds!

The Victoria, Holkham
From fine dining to hot chocolates after a refreshing beach walk, this handsome restaurant offers a great Old Vic’s menu plus uses many ingredients sourced from the estate.

Rocky Bottoms, West Runton
Freshly caught fish and chunky chips like you’ve never experienced before, together with un-interrupted views out to sea.

Creake Abbey Café
Beautifully light cakes, excellent brews and specially-themed suppers await you at this relaxed yet stylish stop.  You can shop and indulge in a spot of heritage too.

The Jolly Sailors, Brancaster Staithe
With 100’s of rums, pizza nights and celebrity sightings, this rustic pub is a favourite with locals and families hungry after a day’s sailing.

Byfords Café, Holt
Located just off the Georgian High Street, this is a popular haunt for coffee and cake, wood-fired pizzas and relaxed dining.

The Hoste, Burnham Market
The old stomping ground of Lord Horatio Nelson, this is a wonderfully refined restaurant and pub, that even has its own beauty spa and private cinema.

The Globe Inn, Wells-next-the-Sea
If you’re looking for a seasonal menu that won’t disappoint, together with stylish surroundings, you’ve found it.

The Crown, Wells-next-the-Sea
Owned and run by TV celebrity chef, Chris Coubrough, this is a big hug of a pub and restaurant serving excellent food in a gorgeous atmosphere.

Eric’s Fish and Chips, Thornham
Retro styling and an exciting menu makes this the best fish and chip restaurant in town.  Deep fried pineapple anyone?

Titchwell Manor, Titchwell
A stylish retreat run by Eric (yes, same man as above!), you can sit and relax whilst enjoying a delicious lunch, afternoon tea or supper.

The Wiveton Bell, Wiveton
Tucked between Blakeney and Cley, this cute little pub is always busy thanks to its welcoming atmosphere and spot-on menu.

The Ingham Swan, Ingham
Award-winning and always a delight, the menu, setting and service is superb.  No wonder, when you find out Great British Menu star Daniel Smith is at the helm.

Morston Hall
How could we not include our coast’s Michelin-star restaurant?  Fine dining comes thanks to the vision of chef Galton Blackiston and his talented team.