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Food & Drink

Norfolk is a foodie's paradise just waiting to be explored. With Devon, Cornwall and London having found their place on the map for their foodie scene a long time ago, Norfolk is now steadily stealing that crown. In the Estrella Damm Top 50 Gastropub Awards at the beginning of 2023, Norfolk claimed 6 of the top spots, pitting both Norfolk and Cornwall to the post. With Brancaster Oysters, Cromer Crab, Norfolk Black Turkey, Stiffkey Cockles, Mrs Temple Cheeses, Samphire, Norfolk Asparagus and Norfolk Game all a Michelin quality chef’s staples, you can easily see why the Norfolk foodie scene is coming into its own. With 17 Michelin Guide restaurants and counting, Norfolk really is fast becoming the foodie Capital of England (after London of course - but you don't get stunning coastal views and seafood caught minutes from your table in London now, do you).

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Blakeney House Restaurant

Set just off Blakeney High Street and only a 5 minute walk from the beautiful Blakeney Quay, Blakeney House is perfectly tucked away from all the hustle and bustle and with it’s beautiful garden, is an oasis that you just wouldn’t expect in such a small coastal village.


With a dog friendly lounge, relaxed restaurant and chic bar, Blakeney House is our go-to for food and drink on the North Norfolk Coast. With a roaring open fire in winter, huge sunny garden in summer and serving incredible food, it's a perfect pitstop after a stunning walk along the North Norfolk Coast Path or after a fun day of crabbing at the quay.

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Yumy Yumy House, Cromer

Fish & Chips at the seaside is great (in fact, we think it's a staple), but sometimes we crave something different and Yumy Yumy House always hits the spot.

With authentic Vietnamese Street Food to either eat in or takeaway, Yumy Yumy House opens 11am - 7pm every day. Not only filling the gap in the authentic world cuisine market in North Norfolk but in the late lunch market too.

We recommend getting the Pork Baguette and taking away and eating on one of the many benches on Cromer's Promenade, while watching the waves crash onto the beach.

Marlings Bar & Grill, Trimingham

Marlings Bar & Grill isn’t officially a speakeasy but to me it screams speakeasy vibes all day long. Hidden away inside a Holiday Park that you wouldn’t even know was there, minutes from some of the most incredible views on the whole of the North Norfolk Coast, Marlings is a great retreat no matter what you’re looking for.


Marlings has recently been renovated and feels more like a chic country club than a Holiday Park and we love spending time there; from remote working in the snug with our dog, to meeting a friend for coffee and cake, or working our way through their brilliant (and super extensive menu) for lunch or dinner. If you’re ever looking for us mid-week, you’ll most likely find us there.

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