Harden's survey result
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“Grand views of the marshes” from the newish dining conservatory mean “you can watch the fishermen come in while you delve into your pot of mussels” at this “excellent and busy” coastal pub. “There’s a great feel about the place, and service is warm”.
“The views across the salt marshes are unbeatable” at this “excellent stalwart” near the North Norfolk coast, whose undistinguished exterior “conceals gastro-delights” – in particular “fantastically fresh fish and seafood”.
“A lovely terrace and orangery overlooking the beautiful North Norfolk coast” (“you sit overlooking the wetlands and sea which you can see through large glass windows”) is the main draw to this “popular” spot, but “the food is also worth trying” – not least the “large, juicy and succulent” oysters.
A great location by the salt marshes ensures the high popularity of this busy local, which has a lovely conservatory dining room; its fish-biased cuisine is variable, though – it can be “superb” but is often quite “ordinary” too.