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garygee
Aug-24-2004 @ 10:51 AM                           Permalink
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some years ago we went to a restaurant that was in an old mill, just by the bridge at acle - anyone know if it's still opne and any good ?

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I think it's called The Bridge or something similar. Last time I went it was quite poor and I have not been since, but I think it is still going.

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I think I know the place you mean, I "think" it was called st. margarets, and was rather pricey, which is why we didn't eat there

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St Margerets was rather pricey - this is the ex mill a little walk up the road from the Brige pub... But I think it has since closed and is up for sale.... The Bridge however has a 'round' section which I beleive was originally part of an old mill.... Haven't eaten here for a while - but about a year ago the main emphasis was on the 'carvery' which was passable if not exeptional..

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I was at Acle 1st August St Margaretts was closed and indeed up for sale.We chose to go down river to Stokesby and waited nearly 2 hours for our evening food , which wasn't very good when it finally arrived.

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If you moved to the Ferry - I can understand your reservations - just reminded me - I will post my experiences!

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Haven't been in the bridge since about a year ago when we arrived, cold, wet and tired, to find the pub half empty but the kitchen apparently too busy to take any more food orders.

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Sep-28-2004 @ 9:47 PM                           Permalink
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Had our last meal at the Bridge after getting moored up at 7:30 pm (and sunset was 18:50 - oops!)

Had to wait about 30 mins for our "booking slot", all the meals seem to be pre-prepared, and just the same as at a number of other Broads pubs. But it all tasted good. The service was superb, and the beer well kept.

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Went past St Marys Mill at the week end, and a "sold" sign was up. I don't know if it is to re-open a a restaurant- anybody else know?

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It was sold as a private house, but who knows what the new owner will do.

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