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We’re a busy restaurant along the river in King’s Lynn, close to some nice lengthy river bank walks for those wagging tails and we love to welcome in our furry friends (they get more fuss then our human customers).

We have designated areas for dogs inside, though outside is a fairly large place, so there’s plenty of room.

Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday 10am till 11pm

Food service:
Breakfast 10am -12pm
Lunch 12pm – 5pm
Evening 5pm – 9pm



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1,547 reviews
  • Alison Townsend
    Alison Townsend
    3 months ago

    We walked in to get out of the rain for a spontaneous late lunch early dinner. Was greeted and seated quickly Such a lovely restaurant with a calm relaxed atmosphere. Staff were attentive and friendly Great varied selection of food and was delicious 😋

  • Willow Tkw
    Willow Tkw
    a month ago

    Love this place, if you want to enjoy a coffee or a meal by yourself or with company somewhere with more history than you can shake a stick at, this is your place. It's very welcoming with fabulous service. I had a quiet evening coffee upstairs on a comfortable sofa. I've not eaten here for some time. There's plenty of outdoor seating for you to enjoy. The facilities are very good and well kept. With a lift to the upper floor where facilities include an accessible toilet. I was able to enjoy the view across the River Great Ouse to West Lynn. It's a great way to watch the spectacular sunsets here. Marriott's Warehouse Trust cares for the historic warehouse and models of King's Lynn's heritage buildings, carefully crafted by Fred Hall and on permanent display on the 2nd Floor. "The building known today as Marriott's Warehouse dates from the 1580s and is Grade II* Listed. The name is taken from the Marriott brothers, who owned or leased several granaries on the South Quay in the latter part of the 19th century. Between 1550 and 1700 most of the warehouses along the Ouse bank were rebuilt in brick, but Marriott's Warehouse retained a lower storey in stone, possibly from the dissolved Friaries. It was an important warehouse for trade in salt, beer, wine and building materials. Ships would dock inside to unload cargo, its stone lower storey protecting against the tides as it stood out into the Wash, long before the quayside was built up around it."

  • Alison Buck
    Alison Buck
    a month ago

    My husband bought me here for a birthday treat, and it didn't disappoint. The presentation of the food looked fabulous and tasted lovely. I had the blade of beef and hubby had the fish crumble. The merlot wine was delicious and went very well with the food. I followed with the sticky toffee pudding which was a little different to what I am usually served with elsewhere. There was a different taste to it which took away the toffee flavour, for me, anyway.

  • Kevin Macadam
    Kevin Macadam
    2 months ago

    We had the pork belly and the tuna salad and both were excellent and good value for money and they are dog friendly!

  • Jordan “Bertie” Bertolaso

    Went for an evening meal on what was a rainy day. The staff were incredibly friendly and welcoming at the door and got us in and warming up quickly. We were given menus and a few minutes to decide. Service was okay, but could have been a bit faster. The starters weren't too far off being a main, but the asparagus & blue cheese tart was phenomenal. For mains I had the roasted pepper & lamb Bolognese, it was amazing!!!! The quality was tremendous and if anything the portion was too large! All-in-all, it was a good evening but the restaurant is just missing something. It was a bit lackluster. Not sure I'd rush back, but I would recommend going for the roasted pepper & lamb Bolognese 😍

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Opening Hours

  • Monday 10:00 AM - 11:00 PM
  • Tuesday 10:00 AM - 11:00 PM
  • Wednesday 10:00 AM - 11:00 PM
  • Thursday 10:00 AM - 11:00 PM
  • Friday 10:00 AM - 11:00 PM
  • Saturday 10:00 AM - 11:00 PM
  • Sunday 10:00 AM - 11:00 PM
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