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May-25-2007 @ 10:33 AM                           Permalink
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As my dad was up for a visit I thought I'd take him for a decent meal and this place came to mind.

When they first opened, about 4 years ago I think, I remembered saying to myself, they'll never last the season.

Thankfully I was wrong. If you like seafood this is the place for you. Chris, the chef, really knows what he's doing. The dishes that we tried (lemon sole, salmon and chicken) were all perfect, flavours were well balanced and delicious, I really think I could eat there for a week and not get bored.

Michelle runs a good bar, and served a very well kept Adnams. The wait staff were superb, friendly, efficient and helpful. All potential future Mrs. Tearles (once they pass their GCSE's).

If you're looking for soup in a basket or tandoori pizza, keep walking. The price points are on the higher end, but very good value for the quality. A meal for four, with drinks came to eighty quid, well worth it.

If you're arriving by boat they have excellent moorings, but don't forget to bring a torch for the walk back.

Booking in advance is highly recommended.

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Yep
A Spot On Nosh,
not cheap but blimey its good.
If you are on holiday and want one Special Treat this could be it.
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Where abouts in acle is it?

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HI Mate ,
By road, its on the old road towards the Bridge, go a bit further and you will see Horizon and Bridge craft.
If you are on the river just keep an eye out for their mooring it has a big sign saying  Hermitage.

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Cheers will give a try next time we re down.

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I've never ventured up the dyke. There are no actual forbiding signs except to say no turning. Anyone been up and is there any mooring up top? Would my slim 23 be a problem?

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Think you will find that there is no mooring in the dyke as they are private right to the top I seem to remember last time we were down there also no room to turn at the end.I know several members moor there and they will advise I am sure.

See you down the river,
Roy and Diane

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You dont go up the Dyke the mooring spot is on the corner.
At the entrance to the Dyke.
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