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Bethowen
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Hi all,

What child friendly pubs can people recommend for good food open in February on the Southern broads.

Thanks
Debbie

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Debbie hi,

Have never been on The Broads that early so unsure if some may close for winter but here are some links to some pubs that I often visit.

http://www.waveneyrivercentre.co.uk/

http://www.wherryhotel.com/

http://www.reedhamferry.co.uk/

http://www.chefandbrewer.com/pub/rushcutters-arms-thorpe-st-andrew-norwich/c4619/

http://www.beauchamponthebroads.co.uk/


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Alan...
www.mynorfolkbroadsboating.co.uk/

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Depends what type of food you want but

Cheap and Cheatfull good pub grub:- The Ferry at
Surlingham

Good Pub food but more choice and a bit more expensive
:- The Yare at Brundall

Restaurant quality food with prices to match (but still
great value for money and delicous food) Coldham Hall
near Brundall

I'd recommend any of those. plus the Commdore at Oulton
Broad.

Or for something more contempory (but a bit pricey
IMHO) Zaks American Diner in Norwich

Dave  

if it is to be it is up to me!


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There's a very good cook at the Lady of the Lake in Oulton Broad.

As Oulton Broad residents our favourite is the clubhouse at the Holiday Village on the right side as you come down onto the Broad followed closely by The Wherry Hotel right at the end.

Jenny Morgan,
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bird.

Suffolk by Birth, Broadlander
by the Grace of God.


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