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Norman Warrior, Lowestoft - pub details

Address: Fir Lane, Lowestoft, Suffolk, NR32 2RB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 35243) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Oulton Broad North (1 mile), Lowestoft (1.1 miles), Oulton Broad South (1.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.5/10 (rated by 6 users)
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After a couple of ales in the Stanford we took a cab here for some food.

We sat in the dining area of the pub that looks like it’s been re-decorated recently. 2 courses ordered while tucking into the Wells Bombardier Reserve @ 5.2% from the choice of the 5 ales that were on, they also had 4 real ciders.

The food was good, not spectacular just good honest pub grub with quick & attentive service from the 2 waitresses.

After our meal we retired to the lounge area where we stayed drinking until close to midnight.

The lounge is different to the main bar area that has a pool table, fruit machines and a juke box. Older style decoration in the lounge a bit like a 1980’s front room, but it works.

Good pub, the ale was on fine form and the food was decent.

Get’s an 8/10 from me.
lezford - 30 Nov 2016 13:08
Large pub that it’s worth getting a cab to from town that working your way back.

This place sits on a massive plot with a large car park to the front and garden to the back.

We went in the “locals” bar where there were 6 beers on hand pump, a helping of friendly locals, dart board, pool table and juke box…cracking old style “estate” pub that’s how this place feels.

A large collection of beer pump clips under perspex hangs above the bar.

Decent pub that is worth making the journey to, you won’t be disappointed.

lezford - 23 Dec 2013 13:15
Pub on the edge of town, not easy to get to. It is quite large and seems to be a pub of two halves. There is a downt to earth locals bar and the other side can best be called a diner, there is also a pleasantish outside area although a little overrun by kids. The beer range is a bit steady standard with no real treats, but it is well kept and drinkable. We both ate a tasty meal and the food side seems to be very popular. Def worth a look.
imdownthepub - 21 Aug 2010 20:58
We love this pub when and always use it when visiting friends. Great pint of TT landlord. Top Pub
stevetheman - 21 Jun 2010 15:30
2010 CAMRA NE Suffolk Pub winner. Had at least 4 real ales on, including Timothy Taylor's Landlord, and one from local Wolf brewery, both good. Two main areas in the pub, one foodie (not yet tried) and the other with TV, pool table etc. Worth a visit.
aleloz - 21 May 2010 12:55

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