The Crab Hut at Brancaster Staithe

No trip to this part of the Norfolk Coast would be complete without a visit to The Crab Hut at Brancaster Staithe! Located at the Harbour in the car park, it was exactly what the name suggested a Hut serving Crab. Raised up on stilts with a set of steps to reach the counter it…

The Burnham Tea Room and Cafe

The Burnhams Tea Room and Cafe in Burnham Market is a tiny little place situated in the main square area tucked away alongside a cluster of quaint eateries, tea rooms, and other assorted ‘posh shops’. There were plenty of people milling around trying to get a table and so that was enough to make us…

YESU Community Cafe in Sheringham

Yesu Community Cafe and Community Fridge in Sheringham is known as ‘The Peoples Place’ and having popped in while we were visiting the area it was easy to see why. Open since 2002 it is run by volunteers and in their own words; “Our seaside cafe provides a warm and welcoming space to meet friends…

Eric’s Fish and Chips in Thornham

Eric’s Fish and Chips in Thornham was highly recommended to me by the peeps on Twitter a few months back when we were discussing the best chippies in Norfolk. So this week while we are caravanning in nearby Hunstanton we made a point of heading here to check the place out. Located in the Drove…

Frenchs Fish and Chips in Wells Next the Sea

French’s Fish & Chips at the quay side in Wells Next the Sea has been serving up chippy delights since 1921, well over 90 years so they must be doing something right. I had heard good things about them, and when I asked where we should get our Fish and Chips from in the town,…

Bowling Green Pub in Wells Next the Sea: Pub Grub

The Bowling Green Inn located just opposite St Nicholas Church in Wells next the Sea is apparently the oldest pub in Wells dating back to 1673 The pub inside is very warm and welcoming, although it does have the feel that a lot of locals frequent it and I wondered if we were sitting at…

The Vesuvio Pizza at The Golden Fleece in Wells

The Golden Fleece Pub in Wells-Next-The-Sea was a pretty friendly and busy pub right on the quayside on the front by the harbour We popped in for some lunch as the menu looked pretty reasonable with a lot of pub classics like ‘Burgers’ and ‘Fish and Chips’ sitting alongside some more interesting offerings such as…