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The Ingham Swan

Swan Corner, Sea Palling Road, INGHAM, NR12 9AB

This ancient, flint-built pub and the majestic church it adjoins are all that survive of the once-flourishing Ingham Priory. Lanes from the tiny village of Ingham meander to the nearby Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a string of broadland nature reserves renowned for rare birds. The Swan itself, slumbering beneath trim thatch, was carefully transformed into a destination dining pub and restaurant a few years back whilst retaining the aura of a pub. Drinkers are always welcome at the bar for real ales from the local Grain Brewery. Chef-patron Daniel Smith trained at Le Gavroche in London and Blakeney's Morston Hall, and he sticks to his Norfolk roots with a creative, modern menu packed with seasonal local produce. A lazy lunch could start with peppered venison carpaccio with chicken liver mousse and pulled pork cake, followed by pan-fried sea bass with buttered spinach, saffron fennel, crispy crab cakes and brown shrimps. Matching wines are suggested on the menu.

Further information

Tel: 01692 581099
Please quote 'The AA'.
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Principal beers

Woodforde's Wherry, Nelson's Revenge, Grain Oak & Redwood


All week
11-3 6-11


25-26 Dec


Children welcome.
Coach parties catered.



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From A149 through Stalham to Ingham

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