Food & Drink

There’s plenty to eat and drink up and down the Wherry Lines, whether you fancy traditional pub grub, an unforgettable culinary experience or good old fish and chips by the sea

The Ferry Inn

Located in the heart of the Norfolk Broads, the beautiful Reedham Ferry Inn offers great food and is a lovely place to watch river traffic go by

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Humpty Dumpty Brewery

Humpty Dumpty Brewery takes its name from the GER T-19R steam locomotives that operated on the Norwich-Lowestoft line during the early 20th century

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The Cock Tavern

The Cock Tavern is a large traditional timbered pub with a bar and two separate dining areas

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The Reedcutter

The Reedcutter is a popular local dog-friendly pub near Cantley station

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Scooters Cafe

Scooters Cafe is a friendly little cafe in the heart of Acle

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King’s Head

Located on Station Road a short walk away from Lingwood station, you can find the King's Head pub

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East Hills Cafe Bistro

East Hills Cafe Bistro is a charming quirky cafe close to Brundall station

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