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I have had a meal from the Wherry Hotel carvery on several occasions and have found their variety of meats to be really succulent and tender. I also love a Yorkshire or two and find theirs to be top notch. All in all a most enjoyable meal. My mouth is watering now.
For those who don’t know you need to purchase a ticket from the bar beforehand and hand it over to the chef cutting the joints of meat at the carvery.
I had a meal there Sunday May 10 and as usual on a Sunday it was extremely busy and finding a seat to dine seemed almost impossible. This was soon resolved as at the main entrance to the side of the building was a staff member making a list of people who require seating.
You just give your name, how many seats required and a mobile number. When a seat becomes available you receive a call to return to the main entrance and you will be shown to a table.
Mean while you can sit in the bar area or outside hopefully in the sun. In our case the wait was around 20 mins which was much quicker than expected. The queuing for the carvery took a little longer but from what I understand there are two serving areas so it may be worth asking where the second area is.
There are also 2 sister establishments. The Racecourse Inn on Salhouse road near Norwich, and the Castle at Caister. We went to the Racecourse last night for my birthday treat and the food and service were excellent.