Familiar Places to Eat Out when on Holiday in Norfolk
As anyone with children will know, when it comes to eating out when on holiday it can be a struggle. Some children will simply refuse to eat any where new, and often families enjoy the familiar menu of chain pubs and restaurants. Whilst we do have our own restaurant on site, the Quarterdeck Restaurant, serving a delicious selection of classic meals like burgers, chips and pizzas, we understand that sometimes the familiar menu of a chain pub or restaurant is a welcome sight. So, when looking for familiar places to eat out when on holiday in Norfolk at Hemsby Beach Holiday Park, you won’t be disappointed with your choices.
Arguably one of the most popular pub grub chains in the country, J.D. Wetherspoon, is a popular choice from holidaymakers in Norfolk. The closest is the Troll Cart on Great Yarmouth’s Regent Road, with another, the William Adams Pub, in the nearby town of Gorleston-on-Sea. A little further afield is the Joseph Conrad in the popular Suffolk seaside town of Lowestoft. Further inland, in the cultural and welcoming city of Norwich, you’ll find 3 JD Wetherspoon pubs: the Bell Hotel, the Queen of Iceni and the Glasshouse. On the outskirts of the city is the Whiffler, although this is not close to the city centre. We recommend the Bell Hotel for families when visiting the city!
Another popular option for families when looking for familiar places to eat out when on holiday in Norfolk is Harvester, although there is just one of these in the local area in the town of Lowestoft, the Potter’s Kiln – but it serves delicious food and has its famous salad bar on offer.
There are also 3 Brewers Fayre restaurants for those after a familiar eatery – one in the Norwich suburb of Thorpe St Andrew, called Broadland View, another near Norwich Airport called Oaks, and one just before the A47 in Great Yarmouth. Their popular buffet breakfasts are available as well as a selection of delicious and well-loved meals.
For those after a carvery at any time of the week, you’re in luck! With the Captain Manby, a Toby Carvery restaurant, in Gorleston-on-Sea as well as a Castle Carvery in Caister and 2 in Norwich (one in the suburb of Bowthorpe on the West side of the city, and one closer on the way into the city on Salhouse Road).
Hungry Horse is also a familiar face in Norfolk, with two locations in the city of Norwich. Fieldfare is just off the A47, and the Shoe Makers on the south side of the ring road. The Shoe Makers pride themselves on being a great place for families, whereas the Fieldfare has an easy-going and relaxing atmosphere perfect for big screen sport fans!
So, when looking for familiar places to eat out when on holiday in Norfolk, you’re spoilt for choice! Which will you choose?