Cromer (/ˈkroʊmər/ KROH-mər) is a coastal town and civil parish on the north coast of the English county of Norfolk. It is approximately 23 miles (37 km) north of the county town of Norwich and 4 miles (6.4 km) east of Sheringham on the North Sea coastline. The local government authority is North Norfolk District Council, whose headquarters is in Holt Road in the town. The civil parish has an area of 4.66 km (1.80 sq mi) and at the 2011 census had a population of 7,683.
Things to do in Cromer
4.5 based on 308 reviews
On a recommendation from my landlady I went for dinner and was very impressed with the standard of the service from the staff and the quality of the food. I had a Cromer Crab entree and the best Dover Sole I have ever had. On...MoreThank you so much for the wonderful recommendation. I am delighted you enjoyed the meal with us. Thank you so much for the rating!! We will see you again
4.5 based on 725 reviews
The Foundry Arms has been on the same site in Northrepps since 1845 and is as welcoming now as it always was. A traditional village pub and restaurant we serve some of the finest real ales in the county whilst our chefs work their culinary magic in the kitchen. A welcoming, relaxed atmosphere await, complimented by unobtrusive service from your hosts Jason and Sarah. In the bar you'll find many friendly locals often with a tale to tell and our newly refurbished, tastefully decorated restaurant is an ideal place to while away a lunchtime or evening. We will happily cater for any menu requests with a couple of days notice. We very much look forward to welcoming you to The Foundry soon.
The Sunday lunch was fine but we were not impressed by the fact that the owners (?) dogs kept wandering through the restaurant - especially since, when booking, we were asked whether we would be bringing a dog with us......since, if so, they wanted us to eat in the bar area rather than the restaurant !!
4.5 based on 603 reviews
Locally owned and managed. Located in the North Norfolk coastal town of Cromer. We source local produce where available and present the finished dishes for reasonable prices.
We stopped here for lunch, having booked a table in advance because we had read on TripAdvisor that the place would be busy, which it was.
Our needs were simple so we didn't really test the full repertoir of the kitchen. I had a jacket potato with beans & cheese whilst my wife chose the soup of the day. My wife followed hers up with a macaroon. The potato was pretty much as you would expect and the soup was, accrding to my wife, under-seasoned. The macaroon was quite large and was like eating a mouthful of desiccated coconut. My wife was impressed with the range of fruit teas available.
All in all a fairly ordinary cafe, ok but nothing to write home about. We are not sure why it has so many excellent reviews on Tripadvisor.
4.5 based on 641 reviews
We stopped foe a tea and a snack and were not disappointed.
Located next to the Gangway by the Inshore lifeboat station and above/adjoined to the Henry Blogg museum.
It has indoor and outdoor Seating, a great menu choice with freshly prepared cakes.
It has nautical theme and offers great view across Cromer beach, pier and out to sea.
Great value, but always busy.
5 based on 199 reviews
Cafe bistro serving good home cooked food
My partner and I were passing by and were pleasantly surprised to see they offered vegan options and cater for gluten free. We popped back the following afternoon around 2 and were very impressed that they had Seating outside as we have a small dog. We were even happier when the very friend waiter said we were all welcome to sit inside.
Inside the café the decor was very tasteful, clean and bright looking. It was nice to see that they also had a food hygiene rating of 5. The menus are clearly displayed on the wall with breakfast, lunch, drinks, cakes and more. The vegan and gluten free options were clearly labelled and there was plenty of options.
I ordered the vegan roast veg wrap which came with chips and salad, all very delicious. I would've liked some sort of sauce inside the wrap (maybe sundried tomato) but that's just person preference. We were offered sauces for the table. My partner had scrambled egg with potatoes and chorizo and absolutely loved it.
The prices were extremely reasonable and you get nice big potions (not too big but nicely filling) for your money. We both got cake to take away. I had the vegan apple toffee cake which was again a good size and very delicious. My partner ordered the blueberry and lemon cake. He is yet to try it but it looks amazing.
Very impressed with the food, service and prices. Hoping to go back before our short trip to Norfolk is over.
4 based on 243 reviews
Lovely smooth and rich Americano (beats Starbucks) and the granola bar was scrummy. Very friendly and fairly priced. All the food looked (and smelt) good. Lovely location overlooking Cromer Church.
4.5 based on 221 reviews
Small cafe, but specialises in home made cakes and pastries, light lunches etc
We visited with friends for a pre-matinee snack. We seated quickly; our ordered rapidly and our food, on arrival, was plentiful and of good quality. Throughout our visit the staff were very friendly and highly competent. When in the area we would not hesitate to return.
4.5 based on 424 reviews
We found this small family run restaurant whilst wandering around Cromer looking for somewhere to eat. The food was great, I believe using local produce and the staff were very attentive. We'll definitely visit again next time we're in Cromer.
In the centre of cromer near to Promenade and pier this family restaurant delivers good english fayre very well. Sunday lunch and midweek lunchtime specials well priced. Good service and reasonable sized portions.
4.5 based on 430 reviews
Seaside cafe serving delicious Cromer crab when in season, all day Breakfasts, filled baked potatoes, Sandwiches and classic cafe food. We also offer gluten free and vegan options. Dog friendly. wheelchair access to café but no access to the toilets
Visited this past Sunday, looking for a hearty breakfast pre-beach walk, and were thrilled to find this café.
Home cooked food, plenty of options, lovely soya flat white and helpful staff. Also really speedy service.
Wish they made themselves a little more obvious from the street, as they deserve many visitors!
4.5 based on 476 reviews
A little gem of a Thai restaurant - simple but delicious thai food with friendly staff
We went on a Wednesday night and were glad that we had booked as it soon filled up. The set meals for two, three and four people all seemed to offer a great selection. We had the set meal for four and here wasn't a...MoreThanks Sambururob for your review and I am glad you appreciated the different choices on our set meals and enjoyed it so much. We will look forward to your next visit so that you can sample some of the Deserts as well.
ThingsToDoWeb © 2018 All rights reserved.