Our Tale -
SINCE 1966, WE’VE BEEN PRODUCING QUALITY FISH AND CHIPS THAT CAPTURE THE ESSENCE OF WELLS’ SPECTACULAR COASTAL SCENERY.
From the salty sea breeze drifting across the waves, to the sound of fresh fish being reeled in by our local fishermen, The Fisherman’s Yard will reignite your love for our picturesque little town.
OUR TAKEAWAY -
Overlooking the stunning coastal views of the harbour, our takeaway not only provides delicious, quality food, but also a seaside view you won't forget in a hurry.
Great food, impeccable views and a brilliant atmosphere.
OUR RESTAURANT -
Named after Wells-Next-The-Sea's seafaring hero, John Fryer, our upcoming restaurant will reflect the rustic and charming nature of life by the sea. Complete with a roaring fire, a mouth-watering menu and picturesque coastal views, The Fryer's Bounty will be a welcome addition to the town.
Since January, we’ve been hard at work renovating our beloved Platten’s fish and chip takeaway. From gutting out the interiors to completely rebranding and renaming it as The Fisherman’s Yard, it’s been a...
Have you ever wondered what goes into our food? From age-old recipes to quality and sustainably sourced produce, over the years our family has put their heart and soul into the food we...
As the days get longer, and spring time approaches, the conditions for walking and trekking across Norfolk greatly improve. To help make your time in our town that little bit easier, we’ve put...
Easter is fast approaching, and to celebrate we’ve put together a list of the top 5 things to do in Wells-Next-The-Sea over the holidays. From trekking with alpacas, to sampling some of the...
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