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If you’re coming to Norfolk then make sure you try local ingredients, whether on a pub or restaurant menu, or whether you’re cooking for yourself in self-catering accommodation.

Cromer crab, mussels, cockles and shellfish are a must. Look out for samphire. Mustard and mint, made famous by Colman’s. A Norfolk cheese board shouldn’t be sniffed at. Fish and chips at the seaside – go on, you’re on holiday.

Norfolk also has the most microbreweries of any county in the country, with the best malting barley anywhere, and we even have the first English whisky distillery in over 100 years.

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Chet Valley Vineyard
Bergh Apton, Norfolk
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Flint Vineyard
Earsham, Norfolk
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The English Whisky Co.
East Harling, Norfolk
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Hindringham Hall Gardens & Tea Room
Hindringham, Norfolk
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Holkham Hall and Estate
Wells-next- the-Sea, Norfolk
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Whin Hill Norfolk Cider
Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
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NT Sheringham Park
Upper Sheringham, Norfolk
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True’s Yard Fisherfolk Museum
King's Lynn, Norfolk
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Oxburgh Hall
Nr Swaffham, Norfolk
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Felbrigg Hall & Gardens
Norwich, Norfolk
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Blickling Hall & Gardens
Norwich, Norfolk
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The Gin Academy
Norwich, Norfolk
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Bakers and Larners
Holt, Norfolk
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Elgood’s Brewery and Garden
Wisbech, Cambridgeshire
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Lighthouse Café
Hunstanton, Norfolk
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St John’s Head
Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
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