Deli / Bodega
Picnic Fayre Ltd
13 locals recommend · Estimated price 1 out of 4
Tips from locals
Home of Pastonacre sourdough bread and cinnamon buns, Norfolk apple juice and Mrs Temple's cheese. In fact, you may recognise several items from your welcome hamper in here!
Lovely Deli in Cley next the Sea. Great choice of local food - fresh bread, good wines, local milk etc. There is a shop car park at the rear which is a great help in Cley.
Super selection of yummy food, as well as coffee, tea and ice-cream. The one stop shop for a picnic hamper!
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