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Cromer residents suggest the top spots for afternoon tea in town

PUBLISHED: 11:24 30 January 2018 | UPDATED: 11:24 30 January 2018

The Old Rock Shop Bistro Afternoon Tea. Picture: Sam Grout.

The Old Rock Shop Bistro Afternoon Tea. Picture: Sam Grout.

Sam Grout.

Cromer may be known for it’s extraordinary crab sandwiches and fresh fish and chip, but the seaside town is known to do cake rather well too.

The Grove Afternoon Tea. Picture: Rachael Welda VerlanderThe Grove Afternoon Tea. Picture: Rachael Welda Verlander

So when an Enjoy Cromer More member posted into our facebook group asking for recommendations for where to get the best afternoon tea, the community came out in force.

Here are Cromer residents’ top picks of where to go for afternoon tea in town:

The Old Rock Shop Bistro.

The Grove Afternoon Tea. Picture: Rachael Welda VerlanderThe Grove Afternoon Tea. Picture: Rachael Welda Verlander

Rachel Hartgrove-Hewitt recommended the classic Cromer cafe.

The Grove.

The Grove hotel and restaurant clearly has a lot of happy customers, as they were recommended time and time again.

The Old Rock Shop Bistro Afternoon Tea. Picture: Sam Grout.The Old Rock Shop Bistro Afternoon Tea. Picture: Sam Grout.

Linda Heyhoe wrote: “Had a lovely one at The Grove last summer.”

Rachael Welda Verlander added: “The Grove, Cromer... Art on a plate, everything fresh and delicious, spacious lounge area, tea and coffee top ups, great service!”

Wendy Brierley wrote: “The Grove. Overstrand Rd. Cromer. Prosecco too.. mmmm.”

Brownes on Bond Street.

Ness Jay Cooper wrote: “Try Brownes on Bond Street they have pictures on their page.”

Lesley Osborne said: “Brownes on Bond street, their food is amazing.”

The Victorian Tea Room.

Ariel Lea wrote: “I love victorian tea rooms for that kind of thing.”

Henry’s Coffee and Tea Store.

Henry’s was recommended by Graham Walters.

Chris Thraxton-Barlow replied: “That’s a given, but unfortunately my Grandchildren have often been here and Huckleberries.”

The Lifeboat Cafe.

Chris Francis suggested the Lifeboat Cafe.

North Lodge Tearooms.

Ian Gotts recommended the North Lodge Tearooms on the seafront.

The Rocket House Cafe.

Mr Gotts also recommended the ever-popular Rocket House Cafe.

A little further afield members recommended:

The Dales Country House, Sheringham.

Rebecca Claxton: “We went to the Dales next to Sheringham Park. The sandwiches were amazing and all sweet treats and scones were homemade. Definitely worth a visit.”

The Tea Room at Corner House, West Runton.

Katrina Middleton wrote: “Corner House at West Runton is superb, be warned if you order for two it will feed four!”

Maureen Peck added: “Corner House tea rooms West Runton. 24 hrs notice required but have been and would recommend it.”

The Sea Marge Hotel, Overstrand.

Lesley Lithins said: “Seamarge in Overstrand. A proper, delicious afternoon tea and a beautiful place to eat it too.”

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