You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to restaurants in Great Yarmouth, but sometimes having such a large choice can make deciding where to eat an impossible task. To save you the bother, we have selected five of the best restaurants in Great Yarmouth that you should try when you visit!
What would a trip to the Norfolk coast be without sampling some of the local food? The Seafood offers a wide range of fresh fish and seafood dishes that are made with locally sourced produce wherever possible. Though slightly more expensive than elsewhere in Yarmouth, the quality of the food at The Seafood, and the carefully chosen wine menu, definitely makes it worth a visit for a special occasion. The family-owned restaurant opens for lunch during the week, as well as until 10.30pm in the evening Monday to Saturday, meaning it is easy to fit it into your trip to Great Yarmouth.
Situated on South Quay, this restaurant specialises in Portuguese and Mediterranean foods, using local Lowestoft fish in their dishes. The restaurant is open for breakfast everyday (except Sundays), and you can enjoy food until 10pm Thursday to Saturday, making it the solution to all your dining needs! Quayside Plaza is also incredibly reasonably priced, with all main dishes under £20, and welcomes children of all ages, making it the perfect place for families.
This tapas restaurant is incredibly good value for money, with set menus and early bird deals available. As well as its specialty tapas, the restaurant also serves burgers and pasta dishes. Champagne Charlie’s is open from Wednesday until Saturday, serving food between 6 and 9 pm, as well as reasonably priced drinks and cocktails and, being situated on Regent Road, it is easy to access from the main town after a busy day exploring Great Yarmouth.
Located just a one minute walk from the seafront, you needn’t look any further for Indian food in Great Yarmouth than here. Savoy Tandoor also offer a takeaway service if you would rather enjoy the food in the comfort of your holiday home, delivering to addresses within a 5 miles radius of the restaurant. The combination of excellent food and faultless service and the fact that they are open from 5 pm until late Monday to Sunday means that Savoy Tandoori is not to be missed on your trip to Great Yarmouth.
Pamela’s offers incredibly high quality British and French foods, open from 6.30pm until midnight Wednesday until Saturday. Booking is highly recommended because of the popularity of the restaurant, and is definitely worth reserving if you will be celebrating a special occasion during your time in Great Yarmouth. The restaurant’s menu is ever-changing, which means that, even if you have visited before, you are bound to be impressed by a different dish when you return. Pamela’s also has its own car park, making your visit stress free and easy.
If you’re in the Caister and Yarmouth area this weekend then please come along to the grand opening of the newly renovated Eastern Beach Café and Clubhouse. Enjoy music, dancing, entertainment and fish and chips and a pint for just £7.95! The Eastern Beach Café and Clubhouse opens this Friday, 7th April.