We stayed in the Premier inn next door. So it was nice to enjoy the Rioja. My ribeye steak was sensational.
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We cam here for breakfast after spending a night in the Premier Inn, and was really pleased with the choice and the quick service. Everywhere's kept clean, and the staff cope well despite clearly always being busy. The breakfast was also really filling, and cooked well. However, when we returned for dinner that evening, the burger was rather overdone and... More
We regularly visit picking up family members and an aged parent on the way. We reserve a table and mention we need to get a wheelchair in and the staff are very friendly and helpful. Food is varied, always well cooked and served quickly. great desserts and great ambiance
A great place to eat of you've got young children - a nice indoor play area separate from the restaurant - so no noise. Food better than average for King's Lynn - tasty, good sized portions.
We had a very pleasant dinner at the Freebridge Farm while staying at the adjacent Premier Inn. You know what to expect when visit establishments in this chain, and so long as this is what you want then of its type this was excellent. The food was hot, tasty, and served by smiling cheerful serving staff, and was timely without... More
Went with daughter for lunch and was seated quickly. We both had 3 courses and apart from parts of both the starters and main being overcooked the food was ok. Unfortunately had nearly a 20 minute wait for dessert but at least it was nice.
As we were staying at the Premier Inn again it seems logical to have dinner here when we arrive, this time a Thursday evening. Even though there were just the two of us we were allocated a table for four which we prefer as the tables for two are very small and cramped. Standard Brewers Fayre menu which is ok... More
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