Places to Eat and Drink
Harleston has a variety of places to eat, drink, or pick up a snack. Whatever you're looking for, from a full sit down meal, a light bite at lunchtime, a lovely coffee, or a simple take away to eat at your leisure, there will be something for you.
Most of the places are in the town centre. For those that are outside of the town centre, we’ve included walking and driving times from the market square.
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Apiary Cake and Coffee House
If you have a passion for great coffee, fresh from the oven pastries and cakes, and the buzz of café culture, drop in and immerse yourself in the great atmosphere and smells of fresh coffee and baking.Melt-in-the-mouth cakes, scones, pastries and breads come hot from the cafe’s ovens every day.We buy local wherever possible, supporting a network of East Anglian suppliers, for instance our coffee is roasted in Norfolk by Green Farm Coffee, our flour is milled in East Anglia and we’re always on the lookout for local suppliers for all our ingredients.
Doner kebab, shish kebab, and kofte kebabWide range of pizzas. burgers, chicken, ribs, scampi, saladsFree delivery available all day within Harleston, telephone orders welcome. Wine and beer available, licensed to deliver alcohol from midday to closing time.
Cornucopia at the Corn Exchange
The Parlour Tea Rooms are situated within the Arcade at Cornucopia. This has an eclectic mix of shops, stalls, and cabinets for customers to browse through.The Tea Rooms serve breakfasts, lunch and afternoon teas and are fully licensed, and you can eat indoors or al fresco in the Parlour Alley Gardens.
Sweet and sour, duck, pork, seafood, chicken, beef, curry and vegetarian dishes. Chop suey, Foo Yung, Chow Mein. Also English dishes.Special set dinners and Peking style set dinners.Free delivery on orders over £10 in Harleston. Order online for 10% discount.
J D Young Hotel (The Magpie)
J.D. Young Hotel Harleston is a 15th century Norfolk Coaching Inn, formerly known as the Harleston Magpie Hotel. The luxurious dining area has the right ambiance for any occasion. Using only the best quality meat and seasonal vegetables from local producers to create truly mouth-watering cuisine.Freshly cooked to your preference. Menus change seasonally and there is also an extensive and imaginative bar menu. All dietary requirements are catered for whether diabetic, gluten-free or vegetarian.You can also enjoy a hearty breakfast, lunch, high tea or just have a rich Italian coffee.
Hearty breakfasts, delicious lunches, cakes, and pastries are served in the relaxed eatery using the best of local ingredients. Everything is made from scratch and to order. Specials change weekly.Enjoy a civilised afternoon tea with family or friends. Norfolk cordial fizz on arrival (or prosecco if you prefer a bottle) finger sandwiches, warm scones with jam and cream, and a selection of cakes and macarons. Delicious coffee, cakes, scones, sandwiches, rolls and scotch eggs are also available to take away. There is also a Farm Shop, full details can be found in the 'Shop' section of the website.Outside of town centre: Car 6 mins.
Hungry Cat vegan cafe
A vegan café, serving soups, vegan burgers, wraps, salads, sandwiches and cakes together with more substantial fare, food available to take away.Twice a week there will be a speciality dish, like a lasagne or a Greek dish. The café will also be supporting people like Tofurei from Norfolk who make vegan sausage rolls, but otherwise it is going to be creative home cooking.Beer available from a local brewery