Places to eat in Norfolk
Whether you feel like a cup of tea or coffee, a slice of homemade cake, or a meal made from fresh, local ingredients, you’ll find the cafés and tea-rooms in Norfolk are great places for delicious food and drink.
Offering delicious, locally sourced and produced food, stop at one of the cafés, browse in the shop or grab a bargain in the second-hand bookshop.
Discover tasty treats in the Squire's Pantry at Felbrigg Hall. Browse the shop and second-hand bookshop for the perfect gift – for you or someone else.
Enjoy something to eat and drink in the newly refurbished Servants' Hall tea-room or the Pantry café during your visit. You'll also find a shop and the Potting Shed second-hand bookshop.
Pop into Sheringham Park’s Courtyard Café for a range of sandwiches, soups, cakes, scones and hot and cold drinks. It’s the perfect pitstop on your visit.
Enjoy freshly made food at Morston Quay café while you enjoy the view over the marshes and Blakeney Point in the distance.
The café serves a range of hot and cold drinks and snacks. Stop by the second-hand bookshop and bag yourself a new read.
If you're seeking peace and quiet, or somewhere the family can get together in the great outdoors, here are some great picnic locations with picturesque backdrops.
The parkland at Blickling offers quiet corners to tuck yourself away for some peace and quiet. We’d also recommend the Acre, where you can enjoy views of the lake.
Designed by Humphry Repton in 1812, Sheringham Park boasts miles of stunning coastal views, you’ll be spoilt for choice of where to stop and enjoy your picnic en-route.
Spread out your picnic blanket at Oxburgh and enjoy the colourful garden blooms and mirror-like reflections in the moat. Family games are available and dogs are welcome too.
You’ll find picnic benches outside the courtyard at Felbrigg Hall, and you’re also welcome to picnic in the grounds.