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Visited here 4 years ago on our boating holiday and had to come back. We weren't disappointed as the staff were as friendly as last time and the food didn't disappoint either. Best pub on the broads. Food is all home made and very good...More
It's so good to be back! Sonia and her team are brilliant. We paddled from Norwich and were so well looked after, even on an extremely busy sunny day. The wait for food was well communicated and understandable considering how rammed the pub garden (which...More
While staying on the broads for a week, we visited Brundall for the day and booked a table at the restaurant. The lady on the phone was very accommodating, stating that they had Gluten Free options for the three ceoliacs in our party to choose...More
We turned up early evening having eaten elsewhere, called into the pub to pay for the moorings be told it was free, remarkably it also had hookups and agin free.
We had breakfast In the pub before departing the following day, a magnificent full English...More
Another superb meal in the Ferry house.
Home cooked ham egg and chunky fluffy chips was great. Sonia's homemade chilli was superb and the homemade lemon crunch was to die for. All that with friendly service in lovely atmosphere and to top the lot a...More
Sunday lunch by the river. Excellent food and service we had three crab salads, lasagna, and a Sunday roast(beef) . Couldn’t fault anything all served on porcelain plates, generous portions, and proper cutlery.
The roast beef was lovely and hot, as was the lasagna. Very...More
Me and my husband visited her for my birthday today to have some lunch by the river after Googling somewhere to go. I have never been so appalled by what we received when our food eventually arrived to start with it was served to us...More
A little gem tuck away a few miles on the outskirts of the fine city of Norwich.
Covid cleaning was extremely well maintain. Menus wiped down, table etc.
The food was amazing. The meat eaters on the table had the skate wing where as I...More
The pub does allow dogs and so does Coldham hall which is also in Surlingham village. Both pubs are by the waters edge and both do good food. If eating two nights go to both. If eating one night I would choose Coldham hall.