Find this popular foodie pub on the A149 coast road, just east of Blakeney & Cley.
Expect bare boards and tables, and a buzzy atmosphere, especially at peak times. However, they have a good ordering system, giving you the option of a time slot, so you know where you are - our experience, and that of others is that the wait is worthwhile.
Locally-produced food and locally-caught seafood are features of a modern pub style menu - without any airs or graces - or at least pub food as we dream it should be!
So expect the likes of Snacks such as 'Homemade Beef & Horseradish Scotch Egg with Mustard Mayo' and 'Hummus with Crunchy Vegetables & Hot Breadsticks'.
Starters / Lighter Dishes such as 'Pan-Fried Soft Herring Roes on Door-Step Toast'; 'Soup of the Day'; 'Grilled Hallomi Salad with Watercress, Rocket, Pine Nuts & Croûtons' and 'Ploughman's with Lincolnshire Poacher, Binham Blue, Apple, Celery Pickles & Sourdough Bread'.
Whilst the more hungry might be tempted by 'Summer Vegetable & Herb Risotto'; 'Fish Pie - with organic salmon, smoked haddock and white fish topped with cheesey mash'; Sticky Baby Back Ribs with Smoky BBQ Sauce, Fries & Coleslaw' and 'Local Butchers Sausages & Mash with Onion Gravy'.
A daily changing blackboard menu generally has tempting, often more adventurous options, such as grilled local lobster and grilled sardines with salsa verde.
- Food Style: Best Pubs for Food
- Lunch: all week; mains £10 to £12
- Dinner: all week; mains £10 to £12
- Wine: a concise list kicks has modest mark-ups, and offers a good selection by the glass.
- Children's portions: Children's menu
- Wheelchair access: Yes
- Directions: See the map at the top of this page
- Parking: Yes
- Closed: check Christmas openings
- Outside eating