Our first holiday afloat on the Norfolk Broads. Prior to travelling we had done a rough journey plan and selected a few restaurants to try. One was the Swan Inn at Horning. The location could not be better. Parts of the Inn date back to the 17th Century. A huge garden (very popular) overlooking the Broad with all the passing boats and wildlife. After looking at the menu booked a table for the evening. We were met on arrival by Zoe, who could not do more to help. If the food was anything like the service, we were in for a great meal. I opted for the slow roasted Shoulder of Lamb, my wife who has a very small appetite asked if it was possible to request either a smaller portion or even to pick from the children's menu. Again this was no problem. My Lamb was so succulent and fell apart without the need for a knife. My wife ordered the Cumberland Sausage and mash. If this was a kiddy portion, they must breed hungry children in Norfolk. This also was excellent. We ordered and drank a very nice wine. As we are part of the Gourmet Society was pleased to get 25% knocked of the bill. We enjoyed the meal so much we changed our itinerary and booked in for Sunday lunch the following day.
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