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The Duck Inn at Stanhoe rated as having one of best Sunday roasts in UK


By Julie Graham, Business Editor


The Duck Inn at Stanhoe has been rated as one of the best places to find a Sunday roast in the UK by a leading travel publisher.

The West Norfolk pub was placed eighth in Big 7 Travel's list of The 50 Best Sunday Roasts In The UK.

In its comments, Big 7 Travel said The Duck Inn is "consistently rated as one of the best gastropubs in the UK and nowhere does that shine through more so than on their Sunday roasts.

The Duck Inn at Stanhoe (16441988)
The Duck Inn at Stanhoe (16441988)

"They manage to elevate a meal that is so common and standard around the country to something that is other worldly. It will have your taste buds thanking you for having walked into their pub.

"The menu changes on a regular basis, but you’ll nearly always see beef, pork and some form of exciting fish alternative. A truly world-class Sunday roast experience."

Big 7 Travel sources it content from the seven continents, producing guides for travellers looking for authentic experiences, from where to eat and drink to the most unmissable things to do.

The Duck Inn was also named as one of the four finalists for Pub of the Year in the Norfolk Food & Drink Awards, which took place in Norwich on Monday, September 9. The Hare Arms at Stow Bardolph was also a finalist. The award went to The Brisley Bell at Dereham.

Last year The Duck Inn was included in the 2019 Estrella Damm Top 50 GastroPubs , a list regarded as the “jewel in the crown” for UK foodie pubs.

The pub is run by chef patron Ben Handley, his wife Sarah with Ben’s brother Sam as manager.



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