Eating Out In Blakeney

places to eat in blakeney

Places to eat Blakeney Norfolk 

Whether you fancy a coffee and cake, afternoon tea, a light lunch, a traditional pub meal, a gourmet restaurant experience or a traditional Sunday roast with all the trimmings, these are all available within a 5 minute walk of Gardeners Cottage in Blakeney.

Two Magpies bakery and cafe

Great café and bakery located on Blakeney Quay with wonderful selection of fresh bread, pastries, delightful treats, and the essential coffee fix, all while enjoying a breathtaking view! Great cooked breakfasts with huge portions. Vegan and vegetarian options available all served with sourdough toast. Breakfast served 8am to 11am. Varied lunch menu. Very welcoming to both dogs and families, and they offer a specially crafted Mini Magpies menu for your little ones! 

Inside and outside seating all dog friendly.

Open Monday-Sunday 8am - 4pm

Address St Nicholas Church Hall, The Quay, Blakeney NR25 7ND

Telephone 01263 741368

Folks Coffee Shop Blakeney

Folks coffee shop Blakeney norfolk

Lovely real coffee to drink in or takeaway. Just off the Blakeney Quay near to the Spar. Great place to get your caffeine fix. Dog friendly. Nice selection of cakes and fabulous icecream.

Blakeney restaurants and pubs

The Moorings Blakeney

The Moorings restaurant on Blakeney High street

The Moorings restaurant is just off Blakeney Quay this is a lovely restaurant in the evenings turns specialising in fish and seafood dishes. Always advisable to book as its very popular, essential to book in high season. In low season their opening hours are reduced so check their website or telephone to check opening days and times.

The Blakeney Hotel

The Blakeney Hotel

The iconic Blakeney Hotel is right on the quay at Blakeney and with views to die for. Nice restaurant but you need to dress up a little bit and always advisable to book. Very grown up atmosphere and quite pricey. Well behaved children welcome. We never took our children until they became adults, but we had three of them and this was pre internet days. Open for lunch, dinner and afternoon tea. 

Also has an upstairs quiet room where you can have sandwiches and read the papers and look at the wonderful view. More expensive than The Kings Arms and The White Horse. Nice for a special treat, anniversary or Sunday lunch. Nice place to take your mum for her birthday.

Pubs in Blakeney

The White Horse

The White Horse Blakeney

The White Horse in Blakeney is a lovely large contemporary North Norfolk pub that is dog and family friendly. It has been one of our favourites for over 20 years now and is still opur go to place to eat in North Norfolk. We used to go there with our children when they were little. Now we go with our adult children and our dogs. Owned and run by Adnams Brewery. Very nice relaxed atmosphere and always interesting people to chat to. Staff very attentive and service always excellent.

Really great food and nice atmosphere. Has several distinct eating areas. Has a regular menu and also a specials board. Very popular in high season so always advisable to book then. In low season you will usually be able to get a table on the day. If you are in a big group always best to book as its popular even in low season.

The Kings Arms

The Kings Arms Blakeney

The Kings Arms in Blakeney is a great local pub just off the quay in Blakeney near the spar serving traditional pub grub. It is child and dog friendly. Lots of room and enormous portions of food. Really good value for money. Log fires in winter. You can sit outside in the warmer months as there is masses of outside seating. No need to dress up you can come in straight from your walk. Proper pub with cosy feel and very relaxed. Enormous portions of traditional pub grub, and all very reasonably priced.

Other places to eat in Blakeney

Food on Blakeney Quay

Food on Blakeney Quay

There are several pop up cafes on Blakeney Quay in the warmer months and you can usually get breakfast, bacon butties, chips and crab sandwiches and enormous mugs of tea on the various food stalls on the National trust car park. Our current favourite is the enormous ''Veggie Breakfast Bap'' from Birdy's bakehouse cooked freshly for you and washed down with a mug of tea. Great if youve been walking the dog or up early crab fishing. Also love the deep friend Salt and Pepper squid from the seafood caravan.

Wiveton Hall Fruit Farm Cafe

Wiveton Hall Fruit Farm Cafe

This is about a 15 minute walk through the National Trust land from Blakeney. Dog must be kept on leads on this walk to avoid disturbing the nesting birds. You can also walk along the main road from Blakeney towards Cley to get to the Wiveton Fruit farm, or drive from Blakeney.

This is a real North Norfolk food treat and one of the best places to eat near Blakeney. It is also is the cafe and restaurant featured on the series Normal for Norfolk. Set on the idyllic Wiveton Hall estate just a short walk, bike ride or drive from Blakeney, this is well worth a visit. Very popular in high season so you will need to book. Views over the North Norfolk coast to die for and look out for Desmond the owner. We love the Wiveton Hall Fruit Farm Cafe so much we have devoted a whole page to it.

Eating out in Blakeny information page last updated 10/12/23