Fooderies in Wells
This is our's and guests favourite and reccommended places to eat. All within very easy walking distance of AnchorageWells.
Please note that
most places in Wells are open and working with new Covid-19 processes, but
please check each one as things are changing regularly. Best to book in
advance due to it being an exceptionally busy season and restricted numbers
being allowed. Some of our award winning
restaurants are full weeks in advance.
If you have an update for us please let us know so that we can add your advise to this list. It would be great to add your quotes.
o Seasons/Plattens Fish and Chips, was takeaway only but now opened up the restaurant and shop for eating in. Great décor and right on the harbour with great views, has also had excellent reviews and has/had a great drinks menu. Recent guests have loved it. Their fish and chip shop is Si’s favourite and they have the largest kitchen, hence less queues with a great Covid process in place.
o No1 seafood award winning restaurant is The Crab House https://wellscrabhouse.co.uk/ , just across the road from here, must be booked and I am told getting full 6 weeks in advance. I have heard guests say “wow”. Most of the other ones I mention do some really good local fish too. The Crabhouse is closed on Sunday evening and Mondays, no dogs.
o Favourite pub restaurant with most guests has been the Golden Fleece http://goldenfleecewells.co.uk/ , a chic pub/restaurant and they put their own twist on the dishes, also has a great Italian Pizza chef – right on the harbour with a table or two outside as well as outdoors eating at the back. 2nd on our list of Sunday Dinners – 2-to-3-minute walk and must be booked.
o The Crown https://www.crownhotelnorfolk.co.uk/bar-restaurant/– Excellent award-winning food, best vegetarian menu I have heard of so far is the Crown which is also the poshest restaurant and Hotel in Wells, 1st on our list of Sunday dinners – 10 min walk up to the Butlands.
o Sands - Good home cooked fish restaurant, right on the harbour up 1 flight of stairs with the best view in town – no dogs.
o The Albatros – fingers crossed it will be back on the quay for this summer and I am told they will be serving food with drinks.
o There are a couple of places on the Butlands that you will see on this route.
o The Edy - Best pub with lots of atmosphere is The Edinburgh with locals, visitors and fishermen, includes Ollies with its good home cooked food and portions at the best price in Wells, a few minutes’ walk at the top of Staithes Street (turn right at the Golden Fleece).
o There is another traditional pub called the Bowling green a few more minute walk up past the Crown on the Butlands and thru the passageways, worth the extra short walk thru what used to be the main town.
o A couple of outdoor vans are serving bucket chips and Pizza.
o DELIVERY TAKEAWAY BREAKFAST
At AnchorageWells we are offering a freshly cooked roll and extras at £6 per person per day, payable contactless by cash on arrival. It would make a great picnic brunch with our amazing wildlife for entertainment. Please indicate if this is something you would like to book, and which days, as it will be subject to availability and demand for this service at the time. More info and a sample menu is on my website https://www.AnchorageWells.com/breakfast. We can also arrange delivery to the apartment.
o Kays on the quay, told me that they are doing bacon, sausage and egg baps to take away from around 9.30
o Wells Delhi, great view and great coffee from bar stools at the window overlooking the harbour
o Howels bakery do great croissants – can be ordered the day before and still warm when you pick them up in the morning.
o Nelsons Cafe at the top of Staithes Street open from 9am has a good
breakfast and lunch menu
o Mrs Beans do all the traditional breakfast offerings
o I noticed the other day that Bang in Wells has some special breakfast choices (at the top of Staithes Street) and you will see other places on the way. They take bookings.
o The Beach Cafe, a mile walk to the beach along the harbour bank, just before the beach and pine trees, for a breakfast sandwich and the best coffee, it is worth the walk. See the iconic sign of the beach huts on Wells beach and the island that is Bob Hall sands.
o Supermarket – best local one is Leftleys at the top of Staithes Street. There is a small one closer and Coop is a bit further, max 15 min walk from here – nice walk past the horse and alpaca fields next to the St Nicholas church opposite Coop.
o You will find lots more choices along the way. Plenty of benches and places to stop and eat in our natural harbour and the most amazing wildlife for entertainment.
Fooderies Outside Wells
o The Hero, Burnham Overy Staithes. A 7 mile walk from AnchorageWells and a favourite of ours. The bus stops right outside and one of my favourite walks in Norfolk - there is a map of this one in your room.
o Carpenters Arms, Wighton - Guests recently got a table here when other places were full. It is also a walkable distance heading East from Wells along the coastal path across amazing marshes and fields.
o The Anchor at Morston - my 3rd favourite Sunday lunch on our coast (this means it was really good) and pick up tickets for the Seal trips. This is about 7 miles from AnchorageWells and you can get the bus back.
o The Red Lion in Stiffkey. Traditional pub and does a nice Sunday Roast. 4 miles walk from AnchorageWells. Closed on Weds, apparently
o Chinese takaway in Burnham Market (please dont bring back to the B&B as it is lovely but contains a lot of fish)
o Indian Restaurant and takeaway - Taste of India in Holt or Labone in Sheringham
o Warham, The Three Horseshoes. https://warhamhorseshoes.co.uk/ Large garden with a great outdoor bar and marquee, traditional pub food and the best selection of pies we have seen in a pub. Just over an hours walk from AnchorageWells. Worth a visit to the roman camp up the lane oposite the pub.
o Cheques Inn, https://www.binhamchequersinn.co.uk/ Binham Priory is nearby