The Crown Inn, Pulham Market - pub details
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|We visited this lovely old pub today when half-way round a walk. There's a sign at the door saying 'Muddy boots welcome' and the staff were also welcoming. The interior is charming with a gorgeous fireplace and roaring fire and we had a pint of Norfolk Brewery 'Grain' which was delightful. We didn't eat but looking at the menu and the large number of diners they must be doing a lot right!|
classic0904 - 15 Feb 2015 15:08
|Have been back for evening meals and not been diappointed I agree with comment from Dianeb so cannot understand those expressed by Peggotty. I cook myself and what I have had here was certainly not microwaved. It would be a shame if Peggotty is a "local" and if other locals also decide to shun this pub. It is so nice to find something close to the A140 other than the grossly overrated and ovepriced Ram at Tivetshall.|
gassybrew - 9 Sep 2008 14:46
|I'm quite surprised by the previous comment - admittedly, I'm not a local, but everytime I've been to this pub (since the new landlord's been in place) I've found it to be busy, the bar staff very pleasant (the landlord seems very friendly) and the food/drink is fine. The landlord seems to make an effort to arrange various functions/evenings as well. And, of course, the setting is beautiful - a text book village inn on the green! Can't wait for my next visit!|
Dianeb - 18 Aug 2008 13:32
|Used to be excellent pub, but going downhill at rate of knots. Low stocks, often out of popular local beers, expensive microwaved food, being shunned by locals in favour of more friendly and welcoming pubs in surrounding area.Lost support of villagers and no longer regarded as the "local".|
peggotty - 16 Jun 2008 20:50
|Visited early on a Saturday lunchtime and the welcome was warm and friendly. The beer was Adnams and Elgoods Cambridge Bitter from tapped barrels. Both tasted excellent. The choice of food (from a blackboard) was good. When served it was well presented and the taste certainly lived up to the appearance. By the end of lunch it was fairly busy. Looking forward to trying a Saturday night soon.|
gassybrew - 16 Apr 2008 16:17