The restaurant at The Grove Cromer opened in 2011 serving locally produced seasonal food to both residents and non-residents alike. In 2014, The Grove was awarded two rosettes for culinary excellence and these were retained in 2016. Norfolk is famed for its wealth of natural produce and The Grove has always tried to put this at its forefront.
Where is The Grove Cromer located?
Just a few minutes' walk to the centre of Cromer, the Grove is one of Norfolk's best hotels with easy access to the beautiful coastal villages, and a fantastci spot where you can experience all of North Norfolk delights.
What cuisine is on offer at The Grove Cromer?
Seasonal dishes include Gunton venison, Hevingham chicken, seafood fished out of Lowestoft and Colchester, as well as crabs and lobsters caught daily by Cromer's own crab boat fleet. The Grove also has a large vegetable and fruit garden for the restaurant, meaning that a lot of what goes onto the plate is grown on site, and so fresh that it is still growing just hours before it is eaten.
What makes a meal at The Grove Cromer unique?
The Grove's own fruit and vegetable gardens, orchards and poly tunnels are home to a significant proportion of ingredients bought to the plate just hours before service. Belovedly cared for by the octogenarian and former owner, John Graveling. Featuring a seasonally inspired and locally sourced menu, The Grove make good use of the abundance of delicious Norfolk ingredients to be found around them. They believe that the quality of the products available to them in Norfolk is the finest in the country, which is why all of their meat and fish are sourced from local suppliers, including Graves Butchers and Cromer's powerful crab fishing fleet.