Find out what British restaurants to try in Heacham including The Old Bank, Berni Beans, The West Norfolk, The Coffee Pot, The Rose and Crown, The Neptune, The Copper Kettle, Goblins Pantry, Chatterbox cafe, Fishers of Hunstanton
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4 based on 1457 reviews
I have given this restaurant a three star rating based not on the excellent quality of the fish and chips and excellent value for money but why oh why serve minted mushy peas with fish. For us it just doesnât work and confuses the taste buds. Rather more disappointingly you cannot get plain mushy peas even if you ask.Thank you for your review and we are pleased to hear you enjoyed the quality of our fish and chips and excellent value for money. We fully appreciate that some people like mushy peas minted - and some do not! We find the majority of people do - but will certainly put this to our kitchen team regarding an alternative - and do hope this won't put you off coming to see us again.
5 based on 35 reviews
A small friendly traditional cafe serving a good old fashioned English breakfast. We have a menu but welcome alterations so the customers have exactly what they want in their meal.
We visit this cafe a lot and it is always clean and tidy. The staff are friendly and helpful. The food is always delicious and hot. Never had a bad meal here. Would highly recommend this place. It does get busy in the summer months but it is definitely worth the wait. And they always accommodate 'fussy eaters'. 10/10.
4 based on 632 reviews
Open all day offering lunch & evening meals. With home made British cuisine and local seafood available.Great sea veiws.
Visited 21st sept, sat outside with 3 generations of our family in great weather. Food and service as always, was perfect. My elderly father had the Brancaster mussles, we were told they were the first of the season and he loved them. We had a mixture of meals, all were excellent . We always come to Goblins pantry and never leave dissapointed. Look forward to our next visit.
4 based on 365 reviews
Open on Hunstanton High Street daily 9am-5pm. Extensive gluten-free menu.
Went for a day out to Hunstanton, got there early to have breakfast, one of the only places open on that Saturday 8AM was the CK. Lucky really because it was superb. We all had tea, really good, nicely served in pots for 2. There were 7 of us, even though small inside, couple of tables were put together for us and we had ample space. The scrambled eggs with smoked salmon was amazing, served with great quality and a generous quantity of smoked salmon. The jam was very enjoyable and those who had the full english thoroughly enjoyed theirs too. Would definitely recommend and visit again!
5 based on 329 reviews
This restaurant has some rooms, and has a listing under B&Bs, but I feel should feature under restaurant section for Hunstanton - as that is its main strength and focus.
We had the good fortune to stay two nights here, eating here on our first night. This restaurant with rooms is charming and the owners are exceptionally welcoming. The food was delicious and well thought out. The scallop raviolo was a particular highlight. The wine list was comprehensive and fairly priced. Breakfast was well prepared and wholesome. Most importantly the food was super, and the whole stay was a treat. A must to return.
4 based on 708 reviews
We came with friends (who live in Norfolk) for an catch-up dinner and a very good evening meal it was. The welcome was very friendly and the atmosphere was good. The staff were efficient and helpful. There was a good choice on the menu. My wife is Gluten Free and her diet did not cause any problems. I had the pork, which I would certainly recommend. There was a good choice of drinks, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic. The cost was reasonable. I would certainly recommend this venue to anyone looking for a meal in the area.
4 based on 202 reviews
This lovely little place in Hunstanton has become a favourite of ours. No frills, just a small and friendly place to stop for coffee and a bite to eat. Friendly staff.Part of me doesn't want to share The Coffee Pot, I may not be able to get a seat next time
4 based on 509 reviews
We visited yesterday and the only thing said to us was "seven pounds eighty". There was no hello, no thankyou and no goodbye! Needless to say but our pint and a half of cider and a packet of mini chedders will be the last things that we ever order here.It really doesn't cost anything to greet a customer in a polite fashion.I'm really disappointed, reading this review. This is a total failure on the part of the person who served you and I can only offer my most sincere apologies. I'm going to be messaging you privately, I really hope we can make this right by you.Thank you for bringing this to our attention, it WILL be rectified.
5 based on 101 reviews
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Having had cream teas, it was a matter of time before we tried their Sunday lunch. We booked the 2.00pm slot which was perfect for us and with the restaurant not quite full, we had a choice of tables. Despite the limited menu, the home cooking was Devine. Very well presented by the lovely Angie, who despite my best efforts refused to run away with me. Lovely food and lovely service.
5 based on 422 reviews
We are a little, family-run seaside bistro in Snettisham, just off the coast and between King's Lynn and Hunstanton. We serve lunch Thursday-Sunday and dinner Wednesday-Saturday. Our main aim is to offer delicious, modern and imaginative food, sourced loc
Utterly delicious. Starter of Norfolk Partridge risotto followed by Norfolk venison. Words fail me, thankfully I had some home made sour dough left to mop up the venison jus (gravy). I really took my time so I could savour every single mouthful.And the team working there were great too, warm, friendly and knowledgeable. A real treat.
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