If looking for an excellent restaurant in North Norfolk (set on a beautiful stretch of coastline) - look no further. If you plan ahead, you can even stay the night next door. The red-brick and flint building holds a homely dining room - but quality of the cooking might relax one into surprise.
Galton Blackiston's menu's are 'no-choice' (unless seriously planned ahead). But dishes such as 'Risotto with deep-fried Leeks', 'Steamed Mousse of Chicken and Roquefort with Béarnaise Sauce' or 'Fillets of Sea Bream with fresh Asparagus' set the style for starters.
Possibly 'Guinea Fowl with baby Spinach'; 'Roast Pork with Boudin Noir, Mash and Pommery Jus' or 'Turbot with Puy Lentils' among the mains.
Desserts such as 'Cold Lemon Soufflé with Orange Ice Cream' are delicious, as is the cheeses on offer.
Little 'bonuses' such as amuse-bouche and petits fours fill in the gaps in a delicious way.
Afternoon tea is very popular, especially in fine weather and the owners run a comfortable small hotel next door.
- Food Style: Modern British
- Lunch: Find this spacious dining room, with its own atrium on the first floor of the Millennium Hotel. It's slightly in the style of an airport lounge, but the romantic lighting makes this more than a business destination, in the evening. The kitchen offers a me
- Dinner: D all week 19.30 for 20.00 (1 sitting), Set D £62
- Seats: 40
- Wine: A very well-thought-out wine list offers a good choice starting at modest prices, and also by the glass
- Children's portions: Yes, when possible
- Wheelchair access: Yes (including lavatory)
- Nearest station: Sheringham or West Runton Rail (about 10 miles)
- Directions: On the A149 coast road, just west of Blakeney. See the map at the top of the page.
- Parking: Yes
- Closed: 25th & 26th Dec, 1st Jan to the first week of Feb.
- Outside eating
- Rooms available