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BBBroad
Mar-03-2022 @ 6:42 PM                           Permalink
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At least this cost can reimbursed against drinks rather than just food as is the policy of other places...Fair call in my opinion as money spent is money spent

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The new tennants took over the lease on Monday and it should be opening tomorrow night (Friday). Hoping to get in there for a meal on their opening night. Smile

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More about the ferry inn reopening
https://www.edp24.co.uk/things-to-do/food-reviews/ferry-inn-pub-reopens-norfolk-broads-8733504

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( not a broads local,so my views ,knowledge doesn't count )

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Well, we did indeed eat at the Ferry on Friday. According to the young lady who served us, the mooring fee is redeemable aginst your bill. As for the food; Jean had ham eggs and chips, thoroughly enjoyed it and sent an empty plate back to the kitchen. I had fish and chips and I have never, ever seen a piece of fish so big! It was too big really and in spite of my very healthy appetite, I couldn't finish it and almost half went back. On another note, I'm not a fan of skin-on chips, but there you go. The bill, including Jean's orange juice and my large Malbec (£8.95)! was a little over £37.

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Just seen last weeks Planning Applications to BA & it includes an application to Replace Quay-heading at a raised level at The Ferry Inn Horning

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