Knives and forks at the ready for North Norfolk Restaurant Week

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Monday sees the start of the fourth North Norfolk Restaurant Week, this year in association with Norfolk Hideaways.

This celebration of our local restaurants, pubs and cafés will see diners from across the county and beyond trying out new or returning to existing favourite restaurants to experience mouth-watering menus, created specifically for the event and attractively priced at £10, £15, or £20 for two or three courses. 

With a record 46 restaurants from across North and West Norfolk participating this year, the event’s popularity has grown massively in the four years it has been running.

There are no tickets, vouchers or passes required, diners simply visit their chosen restaurant, although organisers strongly advise booking in order to 
avoid disappointment as last year’s event saw 15,000 diners filling restaurants across the region during the two-week period. 

As the event has grown, more and more visitors from further afield have been booking their North Norfolk stay to coincide with Restaurant Week, so this year the organisers are delighted to announce Norfolk Hideaways as their headline sponsor. 

Norfolk Hideaways is North Norfolk’s largest boutique holiday cottage agency with a portfolio of over 330 properties stretching right along the North Norfolk coast.   

Martin Billing, the Restaurant Week creator, who is also the producer of North Norfolk the guide, is part of the team behind the popular North Norfolk Food and Drink Festival. He said: “We very often celebrate the produce in and around our local area but I felt there were no events to celebrate the people and places who bring them together.

“We have so many talented chefs on our doorstep and North Norfolk Restaurant Week provides the perfect platform to promote them, allowing people to experience this culinary creativity that exists, first hand”

With so many participating restaurants this year, choosing where to go might be the only difficult part, so to help diners decide, the menus have been made available online at www.northnorfolkrestaurantweek.co.uk where you can also sign up for the latest news and events.

Participating venues include:

BANK HOUSE, King’s Lynn
MARKET BISTRO, King’s Lynn
MARRIOTT’S WAREHOUSE, King’s Lynn
HOUSE ON THE GREEN, North Wootton
CONGHAM HALL HOTEL, Grimston
THE THREE HORSESHOES, Roydon
THE DABBLING DUCK, Great Massingham
THE CROWN INN, East Rudham
THE ROSE & CROWN, Snettisham
THE KING WILLIAM IV COUNTRY INN, Sedgeford
THE MULBERRY RESTAURANT, Heacham Manor
THE LODGE INN, Old Hunstanton
CALEY HALL HOTEL, Old Hunstanton
LE STRANGE ARMS BRASSERIE, Old Hunstanton
THE GIN TRAP INN, Ringstead
SHUCK’S, Thornham
THE CHEQUERS INN, Thornham
THE LIFEBOAT INN, Thornham
THORNHAM DELI, Thornham
BRIARFIELDS HOTEL, Titchwell
TITCHWELL MANOR HOTEL, Titchwell
THE SHIP HOTEL, Brancaster
THE JOLLY SAILORS, Brancaster Staithe
THE WHITE HORSE, Brancaster Staithe
DEEPDALE  CAFE, Burnham Deepdale
CREAKE ABBEY CAFE, North Creake
THE CROWN HOTEL, Wells-next-the-Sea
THE GLOBE INN, Wells-next-the-Sea
THE GOLDEN FLEECE, Wells-next-the-Sea
SANDS RESTAURANT, Wells-next-the-Sea
WELLS CRAB HOUSE, Wells-next-the-Sea
THE BLACK LION HOTEL, Walsingham
THE NORFOLK RIDDLE, Walsingham
THE STIFFKEY RED LION, Stiffkey
THE WHITE HORSE, Blakeney
THE GEORGE, Cley-next-the-Sea
THE KING’S HEAD, Letheringsett
BYFORDS CAFE, Holt
THE LAWNS, Holt
THE PIGS, Edgefield
THE FORGE AND TERRACE RESTAURANT, Kelling Heath