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Priory Farm Restaurant, St Olaves « Posted: 04 July 2009 at 08:36 AM »

Not strictly Lowestoft (although it was once) but right on the border and well worth a visit. An unusual setting in the grounds of a ruined priory make this an unusual but interesting choice for dining out. Not the cheapest restaurant by any means but not the most expensive either and you get what you pay for. The bar area is very small and there is not much seating but I have never found that to be a problem. The food is always excellent and plentiful and the staff are always friendly and welcoming. There is a staggering choice of food here, as well as the extensive menu there are many daily chefs specials on the blackboard too and your only dilemma here will be in trying to decide what to eat! The restaurant serves a wide range of dishes including traditional English food, International and a selection of fresh fish. The atmosphere is warm and inviting and you are even greeted by Llamas on arrival and the restaurant itself is quite large and in a lovely location. For a romantic meal for two then simply request an "alcove" table (seats up to 4) when you book, nice and private!  Kiss Kiss
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Priory Farm Restaurant
Beccles Rd
St Olaves
Great Yarmouth
Norfolk
NR31 9HE

Tel: 01493 488432

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Re: Priory Farm Restaurant, St Olaves « Reply #1 Posted: 04 July 2009 at 07:53 PM »

If we have a special occasion to celebrate, we always go to The Priory Farm Restaurant at St Olaves.
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Re: Priory Farm Restaurant, St Olaves « Reply #2 Posted: 04 July 2009 at 08:16 PM »

Ditto
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Re: Priory Farm Restaurant, St Olaves « Reply #3 Posted: 04 July 2009 at 08:43 PM »

Yep me too
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Re: Priory Farm Restaurant, St Olaves « Reply #4 Posted: 04 July 2009 at 08:55 PM »

 Looks a nice place,however I just could not eat a Lama steak even if it was well done.  Grin Grin Grin Grin
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Re: Priory Farm Restaurant, St Olaves « Reply #5 Posted: 05 July 2009 at 02:46 PM »

Seems like a very popular venue among us locals and makes me wonder if we haven't already met before without realising! Roll Eyes
As for the Llamas, I think they are much more attractive in the outside pens than on a plate or in a bun!  Grin
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Re: Priory Farm Restaurant, St Olaves « Reply #6 Posted: 05 July 2009 at 02:59 PM »

We like it there very much, not been lately must go again soon.
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Re: Priory Farm Restaurant, St Olaves « Reply #7 Posted: 05 July 2009 at 03:58 PM »

I went to Priory farm maybe 5-7 years ago and was impressed. I like nice steaks Wink
If it's still under the same management and Chef de Cuisine (or better), then I think , I must go there again soon.
Sometimes it's nice to go out of town but not too far.

Browston Hall used to be good 15-20 years ago, has anyone been there lately?

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Re: Priory Farm Restaurant, St Olaves « Reply #8 Posted: 05 July 2009 at 04:09 PM »

As far as I know it has never changed management since it opened.
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Re: Priory Farm Restaurant, St Olaves « Reply #9 Posted: 05 July 2009 at 04:19 PM »

Thanks Meryl, if that's the case I hope it's still v.good.
I've only been there twice and it were a nice tasty meal and pleasant environment on both ocassions.
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