An excellent fish shop, only selling sustainable species, and local potatoes all carefully fried in lard. They also boast a restaurant offering well-cooked local food, mainly supplied by the nearby Walsingham Farms Shop (q.v).
Starters such as 'Field Mushroom Frittata'; 'Smoked Prawns with Garlic Mayonnaise' and 'Pressed Ham Hock Terrine' set the style.
Perhaps to be followed by the likes of 'Char-grilled Chicken Breast with Melted Ricotta Cheese and Herbs'; ' Local Crab Salad' or 'Beef Stroganoff with Wild Rice'.
If you still have room, you might be tempted by ' Bakewell Tart', 'Chocolate Cheesecake' or 'Ice Cream Sundae' (made with local ice cream). While the more savoury-toothed can enjoy a selection of Norfolk cheese.
There's a pleasant terrace for fair weather eating, and every effort is made to make well-behaved children welcome.
- Food Style: Fish and Chip Shops - The Best
- Lunch: Weds-Tues 12.00-14.00; fish & chips + restaurant mains about £8-£15
- Dinner: Mon, Wed-Sat 5.00-22.00 17.00-22.00; Sun 17.00-21.00; fish & chips + restaurant mains about £8-£15
- Seats: 40, plus outside terrace
- Wine: a concise but well-thought-out list has modest mark-ups
- Children's portions: Yes, when possible
- Wheelchair access: Yes, but not lavatory
- Directions: centre of village - see the map on this page
- Parking: Street parking
- Closed: all Tues, some Bank Holidays
- Outside eating