Cromer crab is a delicacy that has been enjoyed by locals and visitors to the Norfolk coast for centuries. From the way it is caught to the way it is prepared, Cromer crab is steeped in tradition and has a rich history to be explored. In this post I’ll share everything you need to know about Cromer crab, the famous Norfolk delicacy that has captured the tastebuds of so many.
Food & Drink
A traditional afternoon tea in Norfolk’s historic capital of Norwich is a real treat – perfect for celebrations and special days, or to end a day of shopping in style.
Widely held to offer the best afternoon tea in Norwich, I treated myself to afternoon tea at The Assembly House, a Georgian boutique hotel in the heart of the city. But is The Assembly House themed afternoon tea as good as they say? Find out in my detailed review.
What better food is there to eat by the Norfolk seaside? I love fish and chips, and when I’m away from Norfolk crave them on a regular basis! Whether you’re taking away to eat in the wrapper or you’re looking for eat-in fish and chip restaurants, we’ve got all the best fish and chip shops in Norfolk for you to enjoy!
Norfolk farmers markets showcase the best of the county’s fabulous local produce and support Norfolk’s farmers and producers too. I share the best Norfolk farmers markets in this guide, where you can see, smell, sample and shop fresh and locally grown seasonal produce which offers an authentic Norfolk farm-to-fork experience.
With its rich fishing and agricultural heritage, there is a huge variety of Norfolk food and drink to discover, that is grown, reared, and produced in the county. Eating, drinking and buying local Norfolk produce is always a great way to get to know the region, and support local businesses at the same time. Be sure to tempt your tastebuds and try some of these incredible Norfolk foods and drink on your next trip to Nelson’s County!
The lively seaside town of Sheringham is bursting with great restaurants, pubs and cafes. Locally caught crab and lobster are the foodie star performer here, along with a handful of good quality restaurants, fantastic cafes and a couple of quirky options! To help you decide, I’ve rounded up the top sixteen places to eat in Sheringham.
In the sleepy backwaters and quiet villages of Norfolk, something of a gin revolution is taking place. There are now a whopping eleven gin distilleries in Norfolk, some of which you can visit to see the gin making process and sample a drop of the good stuff. Check out my Norfolk gin and distilleries guide!
Did you know that there are not one, but six vineyards in Norfolk? The fertile mix of sandy and clay soil and the gentle climate, make Norfolk one of the UK’s premier wine growing counties, and it’s no surprise that the region is producing some seriously top-quality English wines. Be sure to plan a visit on your next trip to the area!