Food & Drink

Food is served every day from noon to 9pm (noon to 8pm on Sundays). The menu serves pub classics, cracking curries, our famous stone baked pizzas, local fish, and delicious puddings.

PIZZA to TAKEAWAY is available EVERY DAY.  Phone in your order, 01485 210314, or call by and we'll get you served as soon as we can.

Thin Based Stone Baked Pizzas Hand spun by our chefs. Select from the extensive menu or choose your own topping. 

Good Honest Pub Classics There is a host of good honest British pub classics, be sure to check out Nick's daily specials board.

The Jolly Smokehouse Specials When the smokehouse is a-smoking! Head Chef Nick is the master of low and slow cooking. Using an American smoker and maple wood for that authentic southern flavour. Nick’s Smokehouse pulled pork, using whole pork shoulders from H.V.Graves butchers in Melton Constable  is cooked for 14 hours and served up with our delicious house BBQ sauce. Classic half pint prawns are also given the smokehouse treatment, bringing a bit of Texan home style cooking to north Norfolk.   


Monday to Saturday 12:00-21:00

Sunday 12:00-20:00



Monday to Saturday 12:00-21:00

Sunday 12:00-20:00


Please book online for tables of up to 10.

If more than 10 please email us on or message us on social media. We will confirm reservation as soon as we can.

Meet Nick Ramsay, Head Chef

Nick is a gentle giant originates from London and has family links in Texas, which is why he is the king of low and slow cooking on The Jolly Smokehouse produce. He loves good honest food, that packs in flavour and doesn’t want anyone to go away hungry. So you are in for a tasty treat with generous portions from his kitchen.

Meet Keiran Mele, Bar Manager

As well as being super-efficient and always pleased to help, Keiran is an aficionado on ‘Rum’. With over 40 rums on offer behind the bar, we think the best selection along the north Norfolk coast, Keiran has something to shout about. He’s full of Rum tips and tricks, make sure you have a chat with him. Ask him about the ‘Jolly’ Rum of the Month and the history of smuggling along the Norfolk coast in the past.