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Restaurants in Norfolk

Norfolk's long coastline and watery fens are a great source of all kinds of seafood and the county's restaurants take full advantage.

Look out for Cromer crabs, Brancaster mussels, Morston oysters, cockles and shrimps - as well as cured fish from several enterprising smokehouses. Also try marsh samphire, once an aquatic weed, now a high-fashion vegetable.

Game from estates such as Holkham and Sandringham is greatly favoured and many farms have a reputation for rearing free-range and organic meat, as well as rare breeds like Norfolk Black turkeys.

The Norfolk Restaurant Guide
Morston Hall - Holt
Occupying a prime spot on the North Norfolk coast & surrounded by lovely, well-tended gardens
The Lavender House is a famous sixteenth century thatched building and now the new home for Chef/Proprietor Richard Hughes, described by customers as a legend in his own lunchtime! His cooking is best described as modern Norfolk
The Boars - Wymondham
The menu presents a carefully balanced choice of innovative and refined classical favourites
The Victoria at Holkham - Wells next the Sea
The Victoria is situated just a few minutes walk from Holkham Beach and at the gates of Holkham Hall, a splendid Palladian ancestral home
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Attleborough Bawburgh Blakeney
Brancaster Brancaster Staithe Brundall
Burnham Market Cawston Cley next the Sea
Cromer Diss Drayton
Edgefield Great Fransham Great Yarmouth
Grimston Harleston Holt
Itteringham King's Lynn North Walsham
Norwich Old Hunstanton Overstrand
Ringstead Sheringham Snettisham
Swaffham Thornham Thorpe Market
Thursford Upper Sheringham Watton
Wells next the sea Wiveton Wymondham

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