12:00 - 23:00 Monday- Saturday
12:00 - 22:30 Sunday
Breakfast served 8:00 - 10.00
Food served all day
(12:00 - 21:00 Mon- Thurs)
(12:00 - 21:30 Fri & Sat)
Morning tea & coffee 10:00 - 12:00
Afternoon tea & cake 15:00 - 17:30
- Disabled Access
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Outside Seating Area
- Families and Children Welcome
About The Dabbling Duck
The Dabbling Duck pub was opened in 2006 as the result of a tireless community action group and a far-sighted local authority's 6 year campaign to prevent the beautiful old building (previously the Rose and Crown pub) from being converted into housing.
The Dabbling Duck now plays a vital part in the heart of the local community and is a focal point for the village. The owners regularly eat and drink at the pub with their friends and colleagues.
Afternoon Tea is served daily 15.00 - 17.00
We found there to be great customer service and the staff were very helpful however we felt that the variety of meals available wasn’t great and would have liked to have seen more. Will visit again to experience the barn street food.
Excellent roast beef!! One of the best I’ve ever had. Good service from the gentleman who showed us to the table but quite a harshly spoken, unfriendly waitress who took our order.
It's the first time we have visited there were 3 of us and all enjoyed the food very much and will certainly come again, staff were very good and attentive.
Great family and dog friendly pub. Menu scewed towards red meat eaters with 1 fish option and a couple of vegetarian options. Service is top notch and very friendly.
Fabulous weekend good food comfortable room good location re-booked for December
Personally I would have liked to see a couple of extra choices on the mains menu
The food was nice not as expected menu different from online menu, staff were very friendly and helpful, would I go back? Maybe
Fabulous food, atmosphere and service looking forward to our next visit already :)
We use to come for a long time then standards dropped a little. We had a fabulous meal on Friday and will definitely be coming again soon. Barn looked fun.
Tried to book using this facility on 2/5/19 for the 3/5 but wouldn’t work. ?tech fault. Worked ok on the 3/5 though
Our very first visit to the Dabbling Duck a couple of years ago (recommended by a friend initially) was a five star experience, and we have never been disappointed since.
Welcoming and professional team, great food with quality ingredients and presentation. A gem of a pub/restaurant in a lovely Norfolk village
Buzzing atmosphere at lunch time with attentive, informative staff. The barn looks interesting enough to make us want to come back in the summer, perhaps to stay for a few nights. Great pub!
One of the highlights of our mini trip to Norfolk. So lucky that we discovered the dabbling duck. Amazing food and atmosphere. Very welcoming to children too. We'll definitely be returning.
The food was outstanding!! Great place for a walk afterwards. Would definitely recommended this place.
We came as a family of 5 for Mother’s Day and had the most wonderful evening. The restaurant is beautiful and the staff couldn’t do enough to help! The food was amazing and the drinks were brilliant too - the mucky duck gin was a personal fave! 100% would recommend without hesitation.
Wonderful Sunday roast
Table for us was pleasant situ on front window. Lovely décor and interior design albeit that day a little on the cool side internally. Waitress very helpful, explain the dishes and serving and not pushy. Food different to that experienced before in other pub/restaurants enjoyed the variety. Our starters of souop of teh day and Bang Bang Cauli were very flavoursome and would recommend good portions of the curried dishes of mild prawn and medium chicken with rice and poppadom - scrumptious. Pumpkin pie excellent but the sticky toffee was just about Ok. Would love to bring others to the restaurant but not sure if they would find the menus a little oo adventurous and spicy as I could not see anything without unusual flavourings. A little on the pricey side but as we ate everything; that goes a long way to take into account of the experience. Unless you have to ask did not see any assistance ramps for disabled to enter the front which has a bit of a step up and also a step into the building and then a step down into the pub. Maybe there was another way in for the disabled; although we did not see a sign and my colleague did have probs with her crutches and steps. Not a busy day within the venue but was peaceful, until a party was seated very close to us and another couple the other side. One in particular was very loud and never stopped for an hour; we could not hear ourselves in our conversations and both us and the other couple were very happy when they departed after their one course. On the whole Dabblin' Duck we enjoyed the experience Thank you.
Great place and welcoming for families too! X
Lovely food and brilliant service, will be visiting again
Food was very nice, had an issue with one of our meals, burger was very dry, that was dealt with in a very professional manner by a very pleasant young man.The only issues I/we had was with our waitress, a young lady who had blonde hair who was more interested in talking too people at the bar who I assume they friends, rather than dealing with customers. a couple of times we had a waitress with dark hair who was very nice came to see if we were ok, I think she was a little embarrassed we were not being looked after, I did say to that young lady has your friend gone on strike. its a shame as it took the shine off what could have been a lovely evening with yourselves. regards Colin
My third visit and the Dabbling Duck is a winner every time. You can arrive by road or, for lunch, by air - landing at the next door airstrip at Great Massingham airfield.
Food was absolutely amazing, fantastic flavours and great service