Eating Out in North Norfolk

North Norfolk has a wide selection of places to eat, from regional cuisines such as Cromer Crab to high class dining and more family orientated establishments. Of particular note are:

Many great eateries are also dog-friendly. Some places have limited tables for guests with dogs, e.g. only in the bar area, so it is advisable to call ahead. The following all serve good food and unless stated are dog friendly 

In Overstrand, about 3 miles away

In North Walsham, about 3 miles away,

In Mundesley, about 4 miles away,

Further afield…

The Grove,a delightful Georgian House in the outskirts of Cromer (6 miles). Dogs not allowed.
Rocket House Cafe accessible either from the promenade or North Lodge Park by lift, Cromer (6 miles). Dogs allowed in the outdoor area.
The Old Rock Bistro, Cromer (6 miles)
The Red Lion, Cromer (6 miles)
Upstairs at No. 1, a good fish restaurant in Cromer (6 miles). Dogs not allowed.
The Saracen’s Head, Wolterton (8 miles)
The Crown Inn, Banningham (8 miles)
Sugar and Spice Cafe, Bacton (6.5 miles). An excellent café for man and beast.
The Kingfisher Café , Walcott (8.5 miles)
The Dale’s Country House Hotel, Upper Sheringham (9.5 miles) adjacent to the NT Sheringham Park. A real favourite of ours and the dog!
The Buck’s Arms, Blickling (9.5 miles) adjacent to the NT Blickling Hall
The Black Boys, Aylsham (10.5 miles)
The Pigs, Edgefield (12 miles). We often eat here after a trip to Holt. Great for kids. There is even a dish for dogs.
The Walpole Arms, Itteringham (12.5 miles). A favourite of ours and dog.
The Star Inn, Lessingham (13.5 miles)
The Recruiting Sergeant, Coltishall (14 miles). A great place to eat after a trip to Norwich.
The Folly Tea Room and Garden, Holt (14.5 miles). Dogs outside only.
Byfords, Holt (14.5 miles). Very popular. No dogs.
The Owl Tea Room, Holt (14.5 miles). Dogs outside only.
The Dun Cow, Salthouse (15.5 miles)
The Victoria, Holkam (27.5 miles)