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4 based on 207 reviews
This is a country pub and restaurant in the privately owned village of Heydon in Norfolk.
Had lunch here while on holiday in the area; we can only hope we were there on a bad day; bar service almost unbelievably slow; food once ordered not slow to arrive; wine extremely good value. There is so much potential here
We are a cafe/deli offering full breakfast and ciabattas, soup, jackets, sandwiches, snacks and whole array of home-baked cakes and savouries. We offer sit down or food and drink to go. In the deli we offer local and continental products with an emphasis
We stopped here for a mid-morning break - and to get out of the freezing cold wind! It was lovely and warm inside which was perfect. As you go in there are shelves either side with a good variety of dry goods and lovely deli products. At the back you reach a counter that has a range of homemade cakes to choose from, there is a warm and friendly welcome, something that can be in short supply in "chain" coffee shops. As I couldn't decide between all the cakes I took the easy option and had shortbread which was delicious, my husband chose a treacle tart which looked very gooey and yummy, it certainly didn't take long for it to disappear! The coffee soon warmed us from the inside and we saw that you could buy special fair trade and rainforest alliance coffee there. Down towards the front of the shop parallel to where you enter there are more deli goods on the reverse of the stand that is in the middle of the shop. There are only a few tables which overlook the village square, a great place to people watch whilst enjoying a break. If in the area again we would definitely make a detour here.Thanks for your great review. It's great to know we are getting it right and look forward to seeing you again very soon to try a different cake with your coffee!
4 based on 422 reviews
WINNERS of Norfolk food and drink awards 2016 - BEST PUB A refurbished country pub and restaurant in the heart of this Norfolk Village. Using fresh foods and local ingredients each meal whether it's a sandwich to an a'la carte dish is lovingly prepared by
The Fox seems very popular at Sunday lunchtime. We enjoyed our lunch especially the vegetables. The roast potatoes and parsnips were well cooked. We had a small dish of vegetables between us, really only enough for one, which included carrots, a little chopped cabbage, one piece of broccoli and a few slivers of leek. The dish of cauliflower cheese was delicious. Sadly the beef wasn't good. It was rather tough and had chewy strands running through it.The banoffee dessert was generous and tasty but the panacotta was small and included a wedge of honeycomb that was very hard and did nothing to enhance the dessert.The serving staff were brilliant!Thankyou for your review following your Sunday visit. I'm glad our lovely staff looked after you well.We have 4/5 choices of meat on a Sunday to choose from, all from our local butcher so its unfortunate to hear that you received beef which was not to the usual succulent quality.It seems you enjoyed the remainder of your meal, the veg bowls are top up veg as you also have roasted carrots and parsnips on your plate and cauli cheese served to the table , we of course never mind sending some extra veg if required, should you visit again, please do ask.Kind regardsVikki
4 based on 78 reviews
Steak in the Stix at The Ratcatchers is a premium steakhouse brasseries set in the idyllic Norfolk countryside.
6 of us came for the first time, following a recommendation and we were not disappointed. The steaks were beautifully cooked and all the food was nicely presented. The sides were excellent too, and so were the desserts.The menu is not large, but i'm sure this helps with quality control. The staff were very cordial and obliging. Will certainly return.
5 based on 25 reviews
Our entire family, 33 in total, were staying at the nearby Hackford Hall. We booked a Sunday Lunch here and sent them a spreadsheet of orders. Result? Amazing meal and excellent service. We kind of overwhelmed this lovely pub but they managed to feed all 33 of us with a lovely meal, with an excellent choice of roasts and a tempting dessert menu. Beer was good, especially the Timothy Taylor Landlord, and the Gin menu was awesome! Was a perfect family meal. We left without paying (as you do!!) and were mortified when the lovely landlady had to remind us via text!!! Genuine mistake and the lovely landlady forgave us! Well worth a visit.
4 based on 17 reviews
My husband and I, called in to V's for coffee, ended up having lunch. I thoroughly enjoyed, Thai vegetable soup which had a kick! My husband really enjoyed, mushrooms with Binham Blue cheese. The service we received, was excellent. We will definately be returning.
5 based on 83 reviews
We are a friendly place, with a warm welcome and good food and drink. Dogs allowed in the bar area, must be kept on a lead at all times.
We were eager to try this while staying in the area given the reviews - however they have recently lost their chef and although you get the feeling that they want to do the best they can - I don't feel that the food hit the mark. It is a very basic pub menu (although the pies might have been brilliant) and not terribly well done.However - we couldn't have asked for a lovelier welcome, the owners and waitress couldn't have done any more to make us feel comfortable. They were keen that we enjoyed ourselves which went a long way to make up for the food. I don't think my chocolate sundae had ice cream in it... it seemed to be tinned fruit salad topped with tinned squirty cream and chocolate sauce - and it was our first time seeing green jelly in a trifle....Sorry to hear that you didn't enjoy your meal with us. Yes it is very sad that our commie chef has left but the main chef has been here all the time. I'm sorry you didn't feel you could have spoke to a member of staff, about your meals you were not happy with as we could have tried to help you. Are meals are traditional home cooked food. We are sorry once again but we have never had any issues with our pies before. Hope next time you are down you will give us another go.
5 based on 306 reviews
We visited Heydon Tea Shop Sunday afternoon and was welcomed kindly by the lovely waitress, she was very attentive and made room for us to sit in the sun outside. The scones & tea were perfect! Will definitely recommend and return! Thank you.Hello! Thank you so much for your lovely review, it was a really nice day to sit outside! Really happy to hear that you enjoyed your tea and scones and our lovely staff, we are very lucky to have them. We hope you visit again soon xx
4 based on 549 reviews
The Dial House is an elegant two rosette restaurant with eight 5 star rooms. A special place tucked away in the heart of the Norfolk countryside. Perfectly situated 30 minutes away from both the North Norfolk coastline and the Norfolk broads national park
Our daughter had won a b&b plus evening meal and had given this to us to use. We arrived late in the afternoon but still had tea and scones with jam and clotted cream. The scones which are baked in house were absolutely delicious. We ate at about 8 in the evening and both had a sirloin steak which was cooked to perfection. Our room for the night was beautifully decorated and well furnished and even though it looked out over the market place was very quiet. We both had full english breakfast the next morning and it was very good although I got poached eggs instead of the scrambled, which I had requested. It was very quickly rectified. The decor in the hotel is very pleasant, it is a lovely old building. The staff are very polite and nothing is too much trouble. We will definitely be returning.
4 based on 247 reviews
The Kings Arms is a friendly family-run 17th Century coaching inn situated in Reephamâs historic Market Place. The atmospheric interior, dating back to 1667, creates a warm welcome with open fires, polished oak floors, Norfolk brick walls and ancient beam
My wife and I had occasion to stop in this village for a fortnight while visiting Norfolk and the Kings Arms is a great place to relax ,enjoy good company and sample great food. The bar and restaurant staff are very obliging and despite being a busy place on the week ends will find you a spot somewhere. Cheery atmosphere and welcoming folkThank you so much for your lovely review. We hope you visit again.
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