Winter Beer Festival 26/27th January

Save the date! Our Winter Beer Festival returns January 26 and 27th

Celebrating Strong bitters, rubys, porters, milds, stouts and more, our indoor winter festival is much smaller than our summer festival and takes place inside the pub. It may be smaller, but, it’s equally matched when it comes to delicious beer!


Christmas Day Menu – Now Fully Booked.


Beetroot & Norfolk gin cured salmon, horseradish & caramelised orange salad, rye bread.

Brie arancini, butternut squash puree, parmesan crisps, crispy sage.

Cream of cauliflower & bay soup, smoked haddock & crispy pancetta garnish

Duck terrine with a roasted nut & orange zest crust, fig & onion marmalade, toast


Roasted breast of turkey, bacon wrapped chipolata, cranberry stuffing

Roasted rib of beef, roasted shallots

Binham blue & chestnut wellington

All of the above are served with roasted potatoes, honey & garlic glazed carrots, Yorkshire pudding, gravy (vegetarian gravy with the wellington) & seasonal vegetables

Fillet steak* dauphinoise potatoes, tenderstem broccoli, sauteed wild mushrooms, red wine jus

Roasted halibut, mussels, lilliput caper & dill crushed potatoes, garlic cream sauce


Please help yourself to the dessert buffet. A selection of homemade desserts & a generous local   cheese platter

To   finish

Tea or freshly filtered coffee

*fillet steak will be cooked medium/rare unless requested otherwise

£60 per person

Macmillan Coffee and Cake Morning

Join us in the King’s Arms Community Cafe for a Macmillan Coffee and cake morning! There will also be a raffle with all profits going to Macmillan. We would love to see you!

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Beer Tasting Notes

Looking forward to next weekend? you can download the beer tasting notes ahead of time here – forward planning and all that!


Beer Fest sept 2017


Beer Festival Beers – Home Vs Away

Its just 3 weeks to go until our fifth (can you believe it!) annual beer festival. The event coincides with our 3rd year of being open, having saved our pub in 2014 and opening as West Norfolk’s first community pub.

We are looking forward to yet another great weekend of beer, cider, gin and live music plus of course great company!

In the meantime, you can check out the beers which will be awaiting you – here 

Cafe closed for summer

We would like to all our customers to know that the King’s Arms cafe will be closed during the summer school holidays due to a shortage of volunteers and to allow our present trusty band of volunteer servers and bakers have a well deserved break.

Tea/coffee and ice creams will continue to be available from the bar during normal pub opening hours and the popular “knit & natters” group will continue to meet on Monday afternoons and any crafters would be more than welcome to join them.

We plan to re-open on Wednesday 6th September and would encourage new volunteers to help keep this friendly community cafe regularly open.

If you are interested in becoming a cafe volunteer, please email

Tutored Whisky Tasting Evening

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Ever wanted to find our more about Whisky and how its made? Why not join us on Thursday 30th March for an evening tutored Whisky tasting.

Spaces are limited and cost £30 per person inclusive of a two-course meal and eight whiskies.

To book your space, call 01366 347410.

Join the Facebook event page here 

West Norfolk CAMRA Pub of the Year 2017

We are absolutely thrilled to have been awarded CAMRA West Norfolk Pub of the Year Award for the second year running.

Please do come along and join us at our presentation on 29th March at 7pm

Join the Facebook event page here 

New Years Eve at the King’s Arms

Join us to see in the new year with live music from the BRILLIANT The Fenland Champagne & Moonshine Collaborative


Winter Beer Festival

Join us at our first ever Winter Beer Festival, celebrating old ales, strong bitters, stouts, milds and more. Live Music and food will be available on both days!

This event will take place at the rear of the pub and not on the green as with our summer festival.