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We are proud to work with some of the best producers in our region, our Norfolk Heroes menu pays homage to some of our favourites!

From locally sourced, line-caught fish to estate game, we explore the very best of the Norfolk coastline. The menu served weekly at our three north Norfolk coastal pubs; The Wiveton Bell, The Feathers in Holt and The Globe in Wells-Next-The-Sea.

The menu focuses on three producers within a 20 mile radius of our Norfolk pubs, but often much closer, and each known for a different delicacy; mussels, cheese and venison.



with Eastern Gold Ale, Smoked Bacon and toasted sourdough

Brancaster Staithe, a peaceful village ideal for birdwatching and walks along the Norfolk Coastal Path, is also the iconic location of some of the best mussels in the country. Our mussels are harvested by a family-run fishing business that has been going for generations, and just travel the few miles down the road to our Norfolk pubs.

Not only are they delicious, whether you're enjoying classic Moules Mariniere or Bangkok style, mussels are also highly nutritious! They contain a multitude of vitamins and minerals, such as Vitamin A and C, Iron and Calcium, and their protein content is superior to that found in normal fish.


Endive, golden sultanas, walnuts and buttermilk dressing

What was once just 34 acres, J. F Temple & Son Ltd now farm approximately 500 acres in Wighton, Binham and Field Dalling parishes, with a dairy herd of 130 Swiss cows and 60 young stock. As well as milk, the 7900 litres a year also account for their award-winning cheese, in particular the Binham Blue. Having won the Artisan Cheese Awards in 2021, this creamy blue cheese has become something of a staple on our menus and is a popular take-home when visiting the Norfolk coast. We like to pair it with walnuts on cheeseboards and in salads throughout the year.

What's even better is that their cheese is not only made from their own milk, but they use renewable energy to create it!


Suet Pie with potato puree and Savoy cabbage

On a winter's day, there's nothing much better than a hearty pie. Our Local Heroes menu includes a Venison Suet Pie, which would pair perfectly with a pint of Eastern Gold.

The 5000 acre Houghton Estate where Head Game Keeper, Robert Hall, takes the lead, is committed to championing sustainable food sources and finding new, innovative ways to farm that creates as little negative impact on the land as possible.

To find out more about Houghton, watch the video below which we filmed on a Team Away Day.


To try the menu for yourself, reserve a table at The Wiveton Bell on a Tuesday, The Feathers on a Thursday or The Globe on a Friday.

All our menus are subject to change with the availability of the best seasonal produce.


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