Eating and shopping at Morston Quay
If you're exploring the Norfolk Coast stop by the café, which offers drinks, snacks and tasty treats and is the perfect place to refuel before discovering the coast.
Eating at Morston Quay
The small, friendly team prepare freshly made food daily. Enjoy sandwiches, handmade cakes and scones or a hot or cold drink overlooking the marshes and with Blakeney Point in the distance.
Most of the food and drink served is prepared on site in our kitchen, using a wide range of ingredients. As a result, we can’t guarantee that any of our food and drink products are completely allergen free.
If you have an allergy or intolerance and would like ingredient information about the food and drink served, please ask the staff, who will be happy to help.
Always check when you visit
Visited before? We sometimes change our recipes to improve quality and flavour, including the ingredients. When you visit, please speak to one of our team to check the current allergen information for your favourite dish.
Dogs are welcome
We know dogs are part of the family too, so dogs and well-behaved owners are welcome at Morston Quay.
Doing our bit for the environment
We use Vegware packaging made from plants for our disposables, which means that our takeaway cups and lids are fully compostable
Where our food comes from
Today the National Trust is the UK’s biggest farmer, looking after over 600,000 acres of farmland with our tenant farmers. Whether it’s for the Bensons juices in your glass or the butter you put on your scones, we require all our farmers to use nature- friendly farming techniques. For things we can’t produce ourselves we apply these same regulations to all our suppliers too.
Every cuppa or tasty treat you buy helps us to continue looking after places for everyone to enjoy.
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