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With the Riverside Tearooms closing their doors (one of my favourites) it got me thinking of alternative venues. Other than Rosie Lee's Tea Room in Loddon and the Stracey Arms Mill Shop and Tea Rooms I can't recall any still open. Does anyone have their favourites / suggestions please?

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Starting this season The Maltsters Ranworth are going to start serving take away breakfast raps from their pizza shed 

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Starting this season The Maltsters Ranworth are going to start serving take away breakfast raps from their pizza shed 

Do you have to carry it away on your shoulder like a ghetto blaster?


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1 hour ago, CambridgeCabby said:

Starting this season The Maltsters Ranworth are going to start serving take away breakfast raps from their pizza shed 

Leftovers from the night before perhaps? Margherita or Spicy Pepperoni wrap - mmm!

 

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The Red Lion, Coltishall and Cafe 14 in Wroxham. Good coffee also. 

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If we are not talking about all the pubs which serve breakfast there is

The Old Mill Cafe and The Wherryman's Cafe at Hoveton

The Wayfarers Cafe at Ludham Bridge

Everitt Park Cafe at Oulton I believe serves breakfast

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Brundall Coffee Shop and East Hills Cafe in Brundall

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It's a bit like what's a good pub, ask 10 people and you'll get 10 different answers :default_biggrin:

I can't recall having a bad breakfast on the Broads 

I think Surlingham Ferry is well rated however :91_thumbsup:

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Also I am sure Sonia opened for beakfasts last year at Surlingham. I would be surprised if this didn't happen this year as well.

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9 minutes ago, VetChugger said:

Also I am sure Sonia opened for beakfasts last year at Surlingham. I would be surprised if this didn't happen this year as well.

They were, on offer in February :default_biggrin:

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44 minutes ago, Jayfire said:

Brundall Coffee Shop and East Hills Cafe in Brundall

Is that the one at the entrance to Brundall gardens marina?. We`ve been in there for an evening meal which was excellent. They also do breakfast.

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WRC on the Waveney, also the Sutton Staithe Hotel should, as well as the one by Wayford Bridge.  Also possibly now the one at Acle Bridge has closed, maybe the Bridge inn might start doing them. There`s the one in Ludham village (Al Fresco?).  If i think of any others, i`l post them up.

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50 minutes ago, SPEEDTRIPLE said:

Is that the one at the entrance to Brundall gardens marina?

Not sure which one you mean mate, East Hills is down the riverside estate on the left after the Yare pub near Norfolk Yacht Agency.

Brundall Coffee Shop is in the village nestled between the 2 Coop stores :default_smile:

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1 hour ago, SPEEDTRIPLE said:

Is that the one at the entrance to Brundall gardens marina?. We`ve been in there for an evening meal which was excellent. They also do breakfast.

Suspect you mean "Brundall Bay Marina", not much scope for that sort of thing at the entrance to Brundall Gardens!

 

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Agreed Stranger. The Ludham bridge café only gets 6 or 7 out of ten for its full English. The Café by Stalham petrol station is pretty good (IMHO)

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BridgeStones at Potter Heigham  Plenty of room for breakfast business meetings! Good food too of course

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I wouldn't know how good any of them are, food takes up valuable booze space in the stomach.

Even at 7a.m :default_beerchug:

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Posh Pigs at ellough airfield Beccles is best i have ever had small ,medium and large bit of a long walk from yacht station though this is medium breakfast , large is three of everything plus coffee John

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1 hour ago, annv said:

Posh Pigs at ellough airfield Beccles is best i have ever had small ,medium and large bit of a long walk from yacht station though this is medium breakfast , large is three of everything plus coffee John

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Oh to be in my 30s again, i would have eaten the large one, then gone back for the medium. Having a bit of a stomach now, i don`t eat half as much as i used to. Also getting older means i don`t feel like eating as much.

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2 hours ago, SPEEDTRIPLE said:

Also getting older means i don`t feel like eating as much.

Agreed. That’s one of the sad things about getting older, so often the appetite decreases. For me, one of the nicest things about cooking on a boat (breakfast or whatever) is that you can serve up as much as you want and it seems much nicer being eaten in the open air rather than ‘indoors’. 

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2 minutes ago, vanessan said:

Agreed. That’s one of the sad things about getting older, so often the appetite decreases. For me, one of the nicest things about cooking on a boat (breakfast or whatever) is that you can serve up as much as you want and it seems much nicer being eaten in the open air rather than ‘indoors’. 

My appetite hasn't decreased Mrs V, you're more than welcome to come on my boat and serve up as much as you want for me in the open air...   :default_hiding:

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Oi! Hands off Mrs V Mr Fire Sir!! Mrs Nog and I have already invited her to share her cooking skills with us. I think Mr V wouldn't have been too keen though......:default_rofl:

 

I can also say getting old hasn't diminished my appetite.....:default_icon_e_biggrin:

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