Having spent the morning enjoying the November sunshine on the North Norfolk coast, we called at the Wiveton Bell for a sandwich lunch.Have not been to this pub for many, many years and the transformation was breathtaking. Spacious eating areas with a degree of elegance greeted us and although a Friday lunchtime, it was pretty full. The menu was described as 'light lunch' and by light, I think they meant nothing added! I would have liked the offer of a bread roll or rustic bread with my Caesar's salad as would one of the party who had a small fishcake and a couple of leaves served in a gigantic white bowl! I think you would call it a Boutique type of dining with prices to match. Having said that, the service was faultless, the food very edible and beautifully presented and all accompanied by the hum of discreet conversation. There was an outdoor area for summer dining with plenty of seating of the high backed woven chairs sort and dogs were clearly welcomed too. Go and enjoy, but don't use if you want a bite and beer at usual pub prices.
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