The Feathers' menu is driven by seasonality.

Our kitchen conjures up dishes of the season and of the area, served by our attentive, welcoming team.  Bar team are on hand to serve wines and ales to compliment our menu flavours.



Our food is hearty, flavoursome and thoughtfully sourced. Our menus contains old school, coastal favourites and seasonal dishes inspired by local produce.
Take a look at our menus to give you a taste of what our kitchen team are conjuring up! 




All the fun of a family-style sharing roast, without the washing up!

Groups will be able to pre-order whole joints of Swannington beef, chicken or pork. All carved at the table, alongside seasonal veggies, gravy and unlimited Yorkshire puddings.

All sharing roasts must be pre-ordered for a minimum of four people.

 Orders must be taken by 3pm the Thursday before the Sunday that you are dining. A deposit of £10pp will be take at the time of booking. Sharing roast joints are available to pre-order for parties of four and above from £29.50 for two courses or £35.50 for three courses per person. Vegetarian options are available.  

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On Tuesdays from September to April we will be celebrating the wonderful provenance of on our doorstep and the seasonality of produce on the North Norfolk coast.

Guests will choose from a selection of  mussels including Thai style mussels, Bombay mussels and of course the classic Moules Frittes. Follow up with a sweet treat, all washed down with a  delicious glass of wine for just £19.50pp




Every Thursday evening enjoy your favourite Swannington Farm rare breed, 45-day aged cut, side, sauce and a glass of red wine from just £20.

Choose from your favourite cut or go for an on the bone sharing steak. Sides include triple cooked chips, tenderstem broccoli and market greens with Blakeney leaf and shallots. 




When it's time for a tipple or two, we hope you agree that our multifarious wine list, range of beer and  craft ales – including non-alcoholic and low alcohol  – and well stocked gin shelf, does the trick.