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A packed north Norfolk fixture in moor land – a cosy 14th-century inn that turns out “some excellent dishes including perfect fish ’n’ chips”.
On the moors, this “busy” pub sits at the centre of a bucolic village. Its advocates say its cooking is “better than average”, but there are sceptics for whom “it doesn’t really work” – “not bad, but just not as good as you’d hope for with the price and plaudits” (the latter heavily on display).
This “lovely”, old moorland pub-with-rooms is “very much the centre of the village”, offering “fine local produce”; “the older rooms at the front are the places to dine” (tipped over the “barn-like extension”). Garden and playground too.
This “lovely” old moorland pub is “trad at the front” but – “Tardis”-like – conceals multiple dining areas as well as a garden with an “imaginative” playground; it’s tipped for “excellent” but “simple” cooking (and puddings which are “better than OK”).
Old Church Rd, Snettisham, PE31 7LX
lunch noon - 2 pm, dinner 6.30 pm - 9 pm
Last orders: 9 pm, Fri - Sat 9.30pm