Many a bedraggled birdwatcher and sodden sailor has gasped for sustenance after a long day immersed in north Norfolk’s elements: wind, salt, sea and mud so thick you can almost skate on it. Luckily, they have The Anchor to fall into, with its range of East Anglian brews on tap – Winter’s, Woodforde’s and, no surprise, Adnams – plus excellent pub food that celebrates what’s local: hearty roasts, Norfolk dapple cheese souffle, and, of course, Morston mussels. The latter are even more famous than the mud – and are served in an array of preparations, from classic mariniere to Thai, Belgian and even a leek-based Norfolk sauce. We can recommend a Fernet-Branca among the digestifs for those in need of some central heating before they brave the elements once more. MH Find out more here – https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2017/oct/01/the-uks-50-best-sunday-lunches
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We are delighted to have found out we have been voted the gold star award for the best place to eat in the north norfolk guide!!!! Thank you for everyone who voted. We are glad you rate the Anchor so highly.