There’s always a buzz at our ‘local’, which is renowned as one of Norfolk’s original gastro pubs. It’s a great spot to stop and enjoy good food and drink, but we recommend that you make a reservation, particularly in the summer months.
A: The Green, Burnham Market, PE31 8HD
This fantastic little shop stocks a handpicked selection of stylish contemporary homeware, not usually found in the UK, as well as an ever-changing array of decorative antiques. Both are sourced personally by Birdie on her travels across Europe and beyond. It also serves delicious breakfasts, snacks, lunches, teas and drinks – available to either eat in or to take away. Birdie Fortescue has a full alcohol licence and is probably best known for its exceptional “Monmouth” coffee.
A: North St, Burnham Market, King’s Lynn, PE31 8HG
T: 01328 738634
Try the produce from a farm in Montalcino, Tuscany. There is a wonderful selection of cheeses, salami and prosciutto and other artisan specialities to try from the Tuscany Farm Shop. Or why not enjoy an excellent coffee from Arezzo, paired with a pastry or a slice of home-made cake.
A: Bank House, Market Place, Burnham Market, Norfolk, PE31 8EL
T: 01328 730856
While we have listed a small selection of places to eat and drink, there are plenty more places to discover. Head over to Wells-next-the-Sea and you can find a plethora of Fish and Chip restaurants that receive fresh-caught fish on a daily basis. The North Norfolk coastline is peppered with traditional, English pubs that have a real nostalgic, country feel to them. Serving anything from Old Pale Ale to contemporary cocktails, there will be a public house for you.