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Dog Friendly, well behaved ones, on a lead and in the bar only please (the dogs that is...)
Traditional country pub with a warm welcome and large open fire when it's cold, huge beer garden for when it's warm.
Walks extending around the broads and down to the sea. The best access to see the seal colony.
|I aim to keep a selection of about 10 Ales and 10 Ciders - some local like Woodfordes and Tombstone but many others from around the UK too.
Every now and then I upload a picture of the current selection to facebook.
Free 5 pint or 2 pint Takeaway Containers for of any draft Ale or Cider.
Good fresh local food cooked to order...
Kitchen Opening Hours
|Mon||12 - 3||6 - 8:30|
|Tue||12 - 3||6 - 8:30|
|Wed||12 - 3||6 - 8:30|
|Thu||12 - 3||6 - 8:30|
|Fri||12 - 3||6 - 9|
|Sat||12 ------------- 9|
|Sun||12 ------ 4|
Some days the kitchen closes by 8:30, on these days we're willing to to take orders up to 9pm if you just let us know your intentions by 8:30 (it's just so quiet on some winter evenings we need to close a bit earlier when there's no customers : )
Saturday we're open right from 12 to 9pm
Sunday it's all afternoon - but closed by 4pm
Bookings for the bar and dining room accepted for the evening.
No bookings at lunchtime.
You can eat in the Bar (which seats around 22, dogs are welcome).
Or the Dining Room (about 20 seats, no dogs please).
We also have a large heated Marquee that can seat around 40
(dogs welcome) for additional dining space or functions (more people if it's not a seated 'do').
Current menu Summer 2017
(the Specials Board changes daily so it's not here)