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During your stay at Barsham Barns holiday cottages you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to food shops and delis or eating out in Norfolk.
If you fancy a night in then you’ve come to the right county for locally sourced produce, from meat to fish, vegetables and fruit. Here’s a list of our favourite food shops, delis and more in North Norfolk.
Or if the cook wants a break then here are some recommended North Norfolk pubs, cafes and restaurants.
This is a great small deli on the High Street in Blakeney with a choice of charcuterie, cheese, local vegetables and an interesting selection of wines.
This is an excellent place for local meat and game, it’s well-established and reliable.
This Deli has a good selection of meats, cheeses, wine and bread.
Home reared meat from happy pigs! Ring to order joints and collect from the farm.
Lower Green Farm, Moorgate Road, Hindringham
01328 878174 / 07710 671763
This is a fantastic new partnership between local producers supplying free range eggs, breads, cakes, local meat, smoked fish, pies, ready meals, soups, locally grown vegetables and much more.
This butcher is an excellent place for local meat and game, located in the Market Place.
Fresh simple honest food – fantastic local fish, shellfish, game in season, delicious meat and vegetarian dishes, puddings, and a well-chosen wine list.
Situated on the High Street, close to the quay.
Humble Pie is a very good small deli in the Market Place, Burnham Market.
Gurney’s is a small fish shop with fresh local fish, mussels and cockles in season, home smoked kippers and salmon. They also offer some ready meals, pates, delicious Thai fish cakes and fresh herbs.
Grooms Bakery is a traditional bakery and great for bread and cakes. Situated in the Market Place.
This is a large delicatessen with a wide range of foodstuffs. Great cheese selection, charcuterie, in store butcher, excellent specialist wine selection.
A very good delicatessen and bakery with ready cooked meals and a cafe.
Excellent fresh and smoked fish supplier.
A traditional greengrocer with a good selection of fruit and vegetables, some locally grown.
This is a traditional flour mill supplying a variety of flours and they also have working demonstrations.
Located at Brecks Farm, west of Letheringsett, Back to the Garden offers organic meat, fruit, vegetables and bread.
Located between Cley and Blakeney this farm offers strawberries, raspberries and currants available picked or PYO and home grown vegetables in season. They also have home reared pork.
Café open April until the end of October.
The Cley Smokehouse has all kinds of smoked fish: kippers, bloaters, smoked salmon, potted shrimps, mackerel pate and fantastic taramasalata.
This is an award-winning delicatessen with an interesting selection of food, bread and cakes. Perfect for picnics! They also have a good and reasonably priced wine selection.
There are plenty of supermarkets close to our cottages so you can stock up on the essentials. Here’s a run down of the nearest ones.
Newly refurbished stylish pub overlooking the village green with delicious new menu.
Consistently good cooking and pleasant atmosphere makes The Wiveton Bell one of the most popular establishments in North Norfolk.
Local shellfish feature strongly, simply cooked mussels through the winter months and crabs in spring and summer. A blackboard of daily specials with the accent on fish compliments the printed menu. Good for families and groups. Cosy bar or larger conservatory.
The menu features traditional favourites,the best of modern British cuisine, and dishes influenced by the cooking of the Pacific Rim. A superb wine list complements the menus.
The menu changes weekly depending on what game, fish and vegetables are in season. The chef, Keith Mangeolles, only uses fresh local produce. New England theme, great reputation.
Fresh simple honest food – fantastic localfish, shellfish, game in season, delicious meat and vegetarian dishes, puddings, and a well-chosen wine list.
Situated on the High Street, close to the quay.
Michelin starred chef Galton Blackiston’s restaurant with daily changing set menu for dinner, one sitting at 7:30 for 8pm. Lunches on Sunday only. Exceptional food in relaxing and elegant surroundings. Book at least a month in advance!
Restaurant, cafe and delicatessen serving locally produced food in a cosy setting. Lunches, teas and dinner.
Trendy pub/restaurant close to the beach at Holkham. Menu relying heavily on the best ingredients the surrounding area has to offer and what is seasonally available, whether it be crabs from Cromer, mussels from Brancaster or venison, beef, game and eel from the Holkham Estate.
Traditional Norfolk pub serving fine beers & wines and delicious home-cooked food. Lunches & evening meals. Famous for its puddings.
Recently updated pub/restaurant owned by Holkham Estate. Simple home-cooked food available as bar meals or snacks, childrens’ meals, using local and seasonal ingredients.
Restaurant and bar with large selection of traditional and European dishes. Good range of beers and wines.
Stylish award winning hotel restaurant, innovative and unfussy menus. Young Norfolk chef who uses local seasonal fresh produce.
Young chef Paul Stretton has won lots of awards for his delicious pies. Using local produce the cafe provides snacks, tea, coffee, cakes, cooked lunches and take-away hot food.
Part of the Walsingham Farms Shop, the Riddle has a fantastic fish and chips shop takeaway and also a restaurant serving produce from the local farms and of course, fish and chips.