Places to Eat Out when you Visit East View Farm in Norfolk
With a proud farming, fishing and drink production heritage you’ll find ample opportunity to sample the abundance of fresh, local produce here in Norfolk.
Eating Out is all part of the pleasure of being on holiday here at The Norfolk Broads.
Norfolk has a fantastic selection of places to Eat Out – with 2 Michelin starred restaurants, award winning pubs and great tea rooms, you really are spoilt for choice when you visit us here at East View Farm.
There’s a great passion in Norfolk for using locally sourced produce, whether seafood fresh from our 100 miles of coast, rare breed pork, fresh strawberries or delicious asparagus.
While you are here, why not try some local specialities such as Cromer crab, Brancaster mussels, “Stewkey blue” cockles, Samphire, Bray’s Cottage Pork Pies or Binham Blue Cheese. With more than 25 micro breweries in Norfolk there are also great local beers and ales to try – we even have our own award winning Norfolk whisky.
There is a huge choice so we have given you a few tried and trusted places we can recommend:
– The Recruiting Sergeant, Horstead
– The Goat Inn, Skeyton
– The Banningham Crown, Banningham
– The White Horse Inn, Neatishead
– Bure River Cottage Restaurant, Horning
– The Ingham Swan, Ingham
– The Norfolk Mead Hotel, Coltishall
– The Gunton Arms, Thorpe Market
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