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We spent our last night at the staithe and partook of the "New Inn's" offerings.
I can say without the slightest doubt that this was the best meal we have had for a long time. The pub has been refurbished very tastefully although there is not a whole lot of "drinking" space left. The front bar has half a dozen or so tables and a dart board. There were two real ales on, one was IPA but I forget what the other was.
The food was magnificent, service superb. The menu is imaginative, my veggie mate was well impressed,if you like mussells then they do a whole lot of different things with these. Booking is advised at weekends at least.

A wholehearted and unreserved recommendation to try it.

Trevor


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Entirely agree and they also do light meals at lunchtime things like real King prawns with a delightful small salad and crusty bread Prices whilst not cheap are reasonable.

"What do you mean there isn't a brake!!!"  Bill...

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Yep....without doubt the best food on the yare.

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Total agreement excellent!

have a nice day all the best Dave

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Spent our last night there last Thursday, had a brilliant meal and the staff were also very friendly.

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Went there week before last mid afternoon and was turned away as they only open all day at weekends...

Fair enough...looks like back to Reedham Ferry for the evening then.


John

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Hi John, I think most of the pubs around these parts revert to normal pub hours from the end of September until April, possibly including The ferry although they may provide Coffees and Teas mid afternoon because of the limited passing trade. Pretty certain they shut when the ferry is being serviced out of hours.

"I should let go of the quant... Too late... We'll try and get back to you!!!"  Bill...

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I think I was just surprised at the time, Bill...the weather was perfect, the day was perfect...I guess I had just reverted to "summer's day mode" and expected the pub to be open. My own daft fault.  

I'll definitely try there again when I'm on the Southerns again...not put off at all.  




John

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I think the weather or something is catching everyone out last year October was dead until the half term at the end of the month this year still quite a lot of activity. I think the thought amongst many of the riverside pubs was that with the shorter days mid mornings and mid afternoons people would be cruising so the cost of keeping staff working all day was not justified.

"I should let go of the quant... Too late... We'll try and get back to you!!!"  Bill...


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