Where to Eat & Drink in Norfolk by Establishment Type

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  Where to Eat by Location

Part of the enjoyment of a holiday is eating out, whether you are looking for a four-course dinner or just a light snack.  In Norfolk you will find a wide and diverse range of varied eating establishments, which should suit any need and any budget, including some of the the most luxurious (expensive), and some which are inexpensive offering excellent value for money. Venues range from alehouses with roaring log fires to large banqueting halls. The Sunday roast lunch with all the trimmings is an increasingly popular family occasion, and there are more and more places from pubs and inns to restaurants and hotels that are catering for this enjoyable pastime. We have teashops and café’s where you can enjoy home made cakes, quiches or large bowls of steaming soup.  In summer Norfolk strawberries and crab salads find their way onto the menus. Good quality local seafood dishes are readily available, including the famous Cromer crabs and Norfolk mussels.

If you are accompanied by children, be sure to enquire if there is a children’s menu available. Fast food establishments are also scattered throughout the Norfolk area, where you can enjoy a donna kebab, burger or pizza. Lots of Norfolk hotels now open their doors to non-residents both for lunchtime menus as well as evenings. Norfolk also has Thai, Indian and Chinese both takeaway and eat in places dotted throughout the county. In Norwich (especially) there are some excellent restaurants many with awards for their high standard of cuisine. We have wine bars and bistro’s, fish restaurants and places specialising in Italian food. Vegetarian dishes can be found on most menus and locally grown produce also features widely. Remember to try the Norfolk punch and locally harvested samphire and of course not forgetting the traditional delicious seaside fish and chips, made from locally caught Norfolk fish.