Farmyard October 2018. Photo credit ©Simon Finlay Photography.

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WE'RE GOING BIG in the afternoons. As you may have seen on social media (If you’re into all that) or in the EDP, we’ve just launched a £12 lunch pairing where we match a seasonal main course with a carefully selected glass of wine. The menu will change fortnightly – last week featured Classic Steak frites and béarnaise with a glass of Saint – Chilian Reserve. This week we’re offering Hake, jersey royals, spinach, mussels, cider cream with a glass of Muscadet Sevre & Main Sur Lie - Chateau L’Oiseliniere, Loire, 2015. A wine not usually featured on our ‘by the glass’ list. If you’d like to join us for lunch do call us, pop in and see us or ‘book here

We are also introducing something a little bit special to our menu which is Wagyu beef. Wagyu cattle are famous the world over for their incredibly marbled meat with a rich buttery flavour, they command a pretty hefty price tag too. Our Wagyu sirloin comes from Trenchmore Farm in Sussex, and when we had little taste in the kitchen, after giving it a bit of a kiss from Bertha and were blown away by the texture and flavour and got it straight on the menu



We’re very pleased to say that we’ll be doing our bit for ‘Norfolk Day’ on Friday 27th July. Book in for lunch or dinner with us on this day and receive Norfolk themed snacks on the house. We’ll also be running what promises to be quite an amusing social media competition this month too so keep your eyes peeled on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

As always, we pick one of our followers to receive a complimentary bottle of wine. This months wine prize from our favourite wine supplier Rob at CH wines is from producers Domaine Gayda who kindly flew over from France to curate our wine dinner this month. 

Domaine Gayda, Flying Solo Rosé, Pays d’Oc France 
The Flying Solo range flies in the face of convention, shunning international varieties in favour of the typical Mediterranean Grenache grape which forms its backbone, blended with Cinsault. It celebrates the intrepid ‘Aéropostale’ pilots who risked life and limb to ensure postal deliveries in the 1920s. Pale colour with aromas of strawberries and cream. Summer fruits, fresh lively style with crisp acidity, creaminess and a well balanced finish.

... to John Rush for winning last month’s liquid lottery, please come and collect your bottle of Blanquette de Limoux


Don’t forget we’re open for theatre dining from 5.30pm with our set menu of two courses for £15 and three for £19. Carafe of wine also available.  So, you can have a light supper and be at the Theatre Royal in time for curtain call.

If you’d like to hear news from our sister company The Dial House, an elegant restaurant with rooms, situated in the heart of the Norfolk countryside then 'sign up here. Rumour has it they've introduced free whiskey for residents....

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