Where to Eat in Cromer and Sheringham with the Family

Cromer and Sheringham are close neighbours, but each has their own set of appeals for those visiting whilst on holiday with us at Hemsby Beach Holiday Park. Cromer, with its beautiful Victorian pier and Henry Blogg museum, is very popular with holidaymakers in the summer months. Sheringham, on the other hand, has a similarly rich fishing heritage, and is home to the North Norfolk Railway, which operates steam train rides to Holt, and the National Trust’s Sheringham Park. Whichever you decide to visit (or if you decide to visit both!), there’s plenty of places in both coastal towns for a spot of lunch or an evening meal, so when considering where to eat in Cromer and Sheringham with the family, why not take a look at our suggestions?

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Where to Eat in Sheringham

 

The Bank

7 Church Street, Sheringham, Norfolk, NR26 8QR

Website | 01263 824 500

A fully licensed Nepalese, Asian and English cuisine restaurant, The Bank in Sheringham has a tasty lunch and evening menu. Just stopping by for a midday meal? Choose from a jacket potato with a variety of filling on offer, or perhaps try a sandwich or wrap served with chips and salad. For something a little bit more filling, pick some English classics like Steak & Ale Pie or Beef Lasange, all served with your choice of new potatoes, mash or chips, and fresh vegetables or salad! There are also options for the kids, including chicken nuggets and sausages. Dessert is also on the menu! In the evening, the Nepalese and Asian dishes are on offer, from Paneer Tikka to Madras with a range of meat available, as well as vegetarian options. The kids’ lunch time menu is also available in the evening.

 

Whelk Coppers Tea Rooms

25 The Driftway, Sheringham, Norfolk, NR26 8LD

Website | 01263 825 771

Established in 1992, Whelk Coppers Tea Rooms is a family run business along the West Promenade in Sheringham. With a selection of breakfasts, light lunches, afternoon teas and coffee and homemade cakes on offer, this is perfect for a pit stop to refuel when exploring Sheringham. All of the Whelk Coppers Tea Rooms cakes, scones and soups are made in the café, and dietary requirements such as gluten free can be catered for if you ask! Dogs are also welcome, so perfect for those families holidaying with the pup at Hemsby Beach Holiday Park.

 

Dave’s Fish Bar & Restaurant

7-11 Co-Operative Street, Sheringham, Norfolk, NR26 8DX

Website | 01263 823 830

 

A historic fish and chip shop, Dave’s Fish Bar & Restaurant was taken over in 2015 by husband and wife Jon and Nicola, who have 27 years’ experience in the fish & chips business locally. The restaurant has seating for 70 and features a waiting service, as well as being licensed for beer and wine, so you can enjoy a tipple with your meal! A children’s menu is also on offer, with baby changing facilities and senior citizen portions also available. For those who are wanting to enjoy their chips elsewhere, a full take-away menu is available.

 

No. 10 Restaurant

10 Augusta Street, Sheringham, Norfolk, NR26 8LA

Website | 01263 824 400

With options for lunch and dinner as well as Sunday Brunch, the No. 10 Restaurant in Sheringham uses local Norfolk produce, including Morston mussels and Aberdeen Angus beef from Upper Sheringham. As a result of using local produce, the restaurant changes its menu alongside the seasons, so you’re sure to be in for a treat no matter the time of year! On offer alongside some tasty dishes are some delicious wines from around the world to complement the restaurant’s seasonal menu.

 

Pungleperrys

28 High Street, Sheringham, Norfolk, NR26 8JR

Website | 01263 822 078

Fantastic for those with a sweet tooth, Pungleperrys is situated on Sheringham’s high street and offers its patrons a selection of coffees, pastries, and ice creams with the option to eat both inside or take away! With a relaxing atmosphere and warm welcome, visitors to Pungleperrys will leave bellies full of delicious desserts! From tasty milkshakes and ice cream to delicious pancakes and waffles, this is a great alternative to a savoury lunch!

 

Where to Eat in Cromer

 

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Old Rock Shop Bistro

10 Hamilton Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9HL

Website | 01263 511 926

Family-run and friendly, the Old Rock Shop Bistro serves home-cooked meals at value for money. Perfect for families looking for a tasty meal whilst visiting Cromer, the Old Rock Shop Bistro have light breakfasts, lunches and hearty bistro meals in the evening, plus a selection of hot drinks and snacks are available throughout the day. A great option whilst in the heart of the town, this delightful little Bistro is one to try!

 

The Foundary Arms

Church Street, Northrepps, Norfolk, NR27 0AA

Website | 01263 579 256

A little further from the centre of Cromer but definitely worth the trip is the Foundary Arms in Northrepps, just 3 miles from Cromer town centre. This historic pub has been in the Cromer village since 1845, and remains a traditional North Norfolk pub with restaurant, serving some of the finest real ales in the country with some delicious meals from the kitchen! A favourite with locals and holidaymakers, choose from lunch, evening meals and light bites, as well as a generous children’s menu! Local brewery Woodfordes Wherry is also on offer, as well as Suffolk-based Aspalls alongside a selection of wine, spirits and soft drinks.

 

Rocky Bottoms

Rockries Cromer Road, West Runton, Cromer NR27 9QA

Website | 01263 837 359

Ideal for those who love seafood, Rocky Bottoms in Cromer serves a selection of seafood dishes, including mussels, lobster and crab! Alongside some tasty seafood dishes are a variety of light bites, sandwiches and sides, as well as a children’s menu and some sweet treats for afters! Rocky Bottoms also has a selection of hot and cold drinks on offer, and has a seasonal, locally sourced menu with specials available!

 

Crab Pot Café

7 Hamilton Road, Cromer, NR27 9QD

Website | 01263 514 023

With tasty homemade food and a selection of hot and cold drinks, the Crab Pot Café in Cromer is perfect for those after a delicious breakfast or light lunch! With full and half English breakfasts on offer until 3pm, as well as cakes and cream tea alongside lunches from freshly-made sandwiches to toasted paninis and hot meals such as jacket potatoes, this is perfect for those spending the morning or early afternoon in Cromer. A kids’ meal deal is also on offer, as well as afternoon tea and a picnic hamper to take away if you fancy lunch down on the beach – and of course, it comes with crab!

 

The Garden Street Grill

16 Garden Street, Cromer, NR27 9HN

Website | 01263 515 110

Family run, the Garden Street Grill in Cromer offers good service with delicious food! Choose from starters such as soup of the day, homemade dishes including pie of the day and beef lasagne, alongside steaks, burgers, fish dishes and a choice of dessert!

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