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Oct-03-2007 @ 8:50 AM                           Permalink
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hello there! any comments on where we will get the best sunday dinner whilst on our holidays (preferably a carvery) i usually cook it myself but would like a rare treat of someone else doing it for me LOL

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Hi,We find Sutton Staithe good food and value,and its on the river.Need to book if possible as it is very popular.Also some ask as they have some good meal deals during the week .Also the Kings Head /Arms at Ludham (Womack )is very good.We have had carveries in the Kings Head wroxham  and Wroxham Hotel and were not  impressed.Have a good time .

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the kings arms is our favourite we always go there for a evening meal. i have always wanted to go to the one at sutton or the saddlery at neatishead but never got moored. should have more luck in october. Any further suggestions greatly appreciated ta muchley


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Without a doubt, the Sutton Staithe Hotel. Best carvery anywhere!

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are moorings hard to get there? if so it is accesible by mooring up anywhere else?


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Hi at this time of year you should be ok for a mooring spot.

The Maltsters does a nice carvery,so does the Ship at Sth Walsham.
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we had a very nice Sunday dinner at the Pleasure Boat, Hickling, last year, very reasonable too, but it's best to book as they do get very busy

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The kings Arms in Ludham carvery for two £15.00 how bads that and we didnt book a table sat in the garden and enjoyed the october sunshine.

Gilly

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Hello there.  

Just to let you know, we at Ye Olde Saddlery in Neatishead, started a Sunday carvery quite recently.  So far it has been very popular and we would love to wlecome you to try us.  

A note for all carvery lovers, we do pride ourselves in using local and fresh produce, cooking everything from scratch, from yorkshire puddings to roast potatoes, pork and beef stuffings, as well as gluten free meat gravys. Our carvery costs £7.65 a head, or £6.65 for pensioners and children under 12.

We hope you will consider trying us out one Sunday afternoon

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Hayley and Jamie

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Hayley,music to my ears a £1 off for pensioners,
hope to see you soon.

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