In April my sister is getting married at The Boathouse in Ormesby and the other day we went to the venue for a meeting . On our way home we went through Potter Heigham to have a quick look at Lathams but once we had finished our shopping we could smell fish and chips and decided we would find out where the smell was coming from and we would eat there for our tea.
We traced the smell of fish and chips to BridgeStones of Potter which is an pretty cafe close by to Lathams. We hadn’t expected a cafe to sell fish and chips so we were pleasantly surprised.
Here is the website description of BridgeStones of Potter >>
‘BridgeStones of Potter is a family run business offering traditional, home cooked food in a happy friendly atmosphere. Owners Nick and Maxine have over 30 years experience so you will be guaranteed excellent food and a warm welcome with a friendly atmosphere.
BridgeStones of Potter is located yards away from Potter Heigham Bridge overlooking the Thurne. The interior is a mix of comfortable modern and traditional decor with sofas and leather easy chairs as well as a bright and airy contemporary dining area. There is also outside seating for alfresco riverside eating, perfect for a relaxing drink and bite to eat, dogs are also welcome in the garden area’
My sister and I both had the fish and chips with mushy peas and it was absolutely delicious. It was really well presented on the plate and the fish was cooked to perfection! We made sure to get some tartar sauce so we could dip our chips into it.
The inside of the cafe is so stunning and such a lovely setting. It definitely adds to the enjoyment of your meal being able to sit in such a wonderful place to eat it!
They have a beautiful cabinet full of homemade cakes and we could not resist so we went for a piece of cake which was topped with an Oreo. We ate the cake on the way home and it was yummy!We will definitely be dining at this restaurant again in the future when we come down to stay locally for my sister’s wedding. ❤
The staff at the restaurant were so friendly and helpful and it is evident that they really enjoy being there to look after their customers.
When you are next to visiting the Norfolk Broads make sure you stop by for a lovely meal at BridgeStones of Potter.
It would be great if you could take a moment to like them on Facebook.