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North Norfolk is an absolute haven for foodies. You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to places to dine. With local produce widely available from wonderful delis and farm shops, preparing food back at your accommodation can be a delight too.

From country pubs to beachside fish and chips, here are some of the best places to eat in North Norfolk. Check out our favourites:

The Rose & Crown

Snettisham, PE31 7LX
01485 541382
4 Miles away

Everything you would expect from a Norfolk country inn – twisting passages and hidden corners, low ceilings and old beams, pamment floors and log fires, excellent beers, friendly staff and a relaxed informal atmosphere. With a sunny walled garden and magnificent pirate ship it is one of the best places to eat around.

The Gin Trap

Ringstead, PE36 5JU
01485 525264
5 Miles away

A traditional 17th century coaching inn serving delicious food and a wonderful selection of beers and of course gins (over 130!). Try one of their 6 carefully appointed Gin Tasting Boards served with tonics and garnishes. They have a newly renovated garden at the back and it’s a perfect destination for a walk from Fring along the Pedder’s Way.

The Duck

Stanhoe, PE31 8QD
01485 518330
5 Miles

An award-winning rustic-smart gastropub, serving the best in local produce and East Anglian ales. Friendly and efficient service perfectly compliments the incredible food served up daily by chef patron Ben Handley and his team. Norfolk favorites such as Brancaster crab, steaming bowls of Norfolk mussels and locally-smoked salmon with gingerbread are regular highlights; along with Chef Handley’s famous black pudding-scotched quail’s eggs. Sundays’ roasts of local pork and Holkham Estate beef are widely regarded as the best along the coast.

The Orange Tree

Thornham, PE36 6LY
01485 512213
7 Miles

This is a stylish, contemporary dining pub, nestled in one of North Norfolk’s most beautiful coastal villages. A family owned business serving award-winning food from top quality local produce in a laid back ‘unstuffy’ environment. The OT offers a haven of tranquility where couples, families and friends are welcomed with open arms.

Eric's Fish & Chips

Thornham, PE36 6LS
01485 525886
7 Miles away

Eric’s Fish & Chips harks back to the traditional British fish and chip restaurants of the past, blending nostalgia with a modern European menu influence. Situated on the A149 coast road at Drove Orchards, Thornham, among various shops showcasing local food, crafts and clothing. Make sure you spend some time browsing around when you visit. You will find something for everyone from delicious beer battered cod, gruyere & spinach arancini, local Dingley Dell sausages to our Japanese style fish burger. They also cater for gluten free and vegetarians.

The Jolly Sailors

Brancaster Staithe, PE31 8BJ
01485 210314
7 Miles away

Voted UK’s favourite family pub, our 18th century village local on the north Norfolk coast serves real ales from our own Brancaster Brewery, home cooked food, stone baked pizzas and ice cream from a beach hut in the garden, not forgetting the largest selection of rum on the coast! We love muddy feet and muddy paws. No need to book. The coastal bus stops right outside.

Titchwell manor

TitchwellPE31 8BB
01485 210221
7 Miles

A plentiful array of exquisite dishes can be enjoyed in Titchwell Manor’s two Three AA rosette restaurants. Under the guidance of chef/ owner Eric Snaith, head chef Chris Mann and his team create accomplished cuisine, including the irresistible ‘Conversation’ menu, tapas lunch menu, simple classic menu and Afternoon Tea. Their relaxed Supper clubs with highly recommendable guest chefs are something you don’t want to miss out on!

The White Horse

Brancaster Staithe, PE31 8BY
01485 210262
7 Miles

Idyllic, award winning inn on the North Norfolk coast with a menu boasting shellfish delivered to the kitchen door from the village fishermen, 15 cool, comfortable, seascape bedrooms and conservatory restaurant, bringing the outside in, overlooking the saltmarshes to Scolt Head Island and the sea beyond. Locals bar serving a great selection of real ales. A real taste of north Norfolk living. The coastal bus stops right outside.