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Eating Out in Burgh St Peter & Cantley

Richardson’s guide to some of the best places for eating out in Burgh St Peter and Cantley.

The Waveney Inn

Eating out in Burgh St Peter and Cantley

BQC-2015-GoldWaveney River Centre, Staithe Road, Burgh St Peter, Norfolk, NR34 0BT | Website: www.waveneyinn.co.uk | Tel: 01502 677 599

“Food quality is very good indeed and the use of local produce and suppliers is to be complimented”  Julian Wooldridgeindependent quality assessor. 

The Waveney Inn dates back to at least 1879, when it was a hotel for wherrymen as well as a zoological garden.

Daniel and his team look forward to welcoming you to this famous waterside pub; offering a delicious menu of locally-sourced food – freshly prepared and cooked on the premises – as well as Adnams and guest ales.

You can eat al fresco on the pub’s huge deck overlooking the marina, or you can relax indoors in the contemporary air-conditioned bar and restaurant. Meals come in three portion sizes to suit all appetites and wifi is free.

The Wavney Inn is located at the Waveney River Centre, where there are moorings with hook-up, luxury showers, play areas, a shop and a swimming pool.

Summer Opening Times:

  • Bar 11am-11pm.
  • Food 12pm-9:30pm.

Winter Opening Times:

  • Bar 11am-3pm & 6pm-11pm.
  • Food 12pm-2:30pm & 6pm-9pm.

On the menu (£4.95 – £17.95):

  • Waveney steak burger, hand-made and served with a penny bun, proper chips, Adnams beer-battered onion rings and salad.
  • Fisherman’s sharing board – smoked anchovies, Adnams beer-battered calamari, hot roast salmon, smoked salmon and cold water prawns.
  • Steak and Guinness pie – Pepperells steak marinated in Rioja then slow-cooked in Guinness and topped with silky puff pastry.
  • Fish and chips – cod fillet coated in an Adnams beer batter, proper chips, mushy peas, lemon and tartar sauce.

Features

  • Parking.
  • Moorings/next to the water.
  • Wheelchair access.
  • Dogs welcome.
  • Children’s menu.

The Reedcutter Inn

Eating out in Burgh St Peter and Cantley

BQC-2015-Bronze-Station Road, Cantley, Norfolk, NR13 3SH | Tel: 01603 737 440

“Picnic tables are set alongside the river for guests to enjoy the countryside views in the more clement weather” Karen Southindependent quality assessor. 

There are beautiful views across the marshes and down the River Yare at the Reedcutter Inn, and with the pub providing home cooked meals to suit all, it’s easy to see why it’s so popular.

All produce at the Reedcutter Inn is sourced locally and the meals are very generous in size. There is also a kid’s menu available, with both children and dogs welcome in the bar area, which features an open fire during colder months. The Reedcutter Inn has lots of entertainment too, with free play bar billliards, a pool table, and a dart board. Outside there is a large beer garden and the pub also sells basic provisions for boaters and provides free wifi too!

Opening Times:

  • Breakfast 8am-11am.
  • Lunch 12pm-5pm.
  • Evening 5pm-9pm.

On the menu (£5-£11.95):

  • Large beer-battered cod (24-32 ounce) with chips and peas.
  • Homemade pan fried liver and bacon in onion gravy, served with creamy mash and vegetables.
  • Homemade Normandy pork cooked in a Dijon mustard, local cider, and cream sauce, served with rice.
  • Homemade cottage pie served with a full plate of fresh vegetables.

Features:

  • Parking.
  • Moorings/next to the water.
  • Dogs welcome.
  • Children’s menu.
Accreditations Nurture The Broads Hoseasons Best in Britain Award 2018

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