The most mouth-watering desserts of Broads Restaurant Week

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The 1 -9 June is Broads Restaurant Week, bringing you an amazing array of one-off deals at venues in the Broads National Park.

Among the selection of sensational starters and magnificent mains is the part of the menu we just can’t help but wander over to… the puddings! So whether you’re loyal to lemon posset or mad about macaroons let us tantalise your taste buds by revealing just a few of the delectable desserts on offer for just one week only…

Moments Restaurant & Bar

honey cheesecake
Honey cheesecake

Where: Scratby

The pudding: Beautiful crushed chocolate honeycomb cheesecake with rich butterscotch topping

Just when you thought chocolate and honeycomb couldn’t get any more appetising Moments restaurant and Bar in Scratby added a butterscotch topping. The texture of smooth cheesecake combined with the crunch of honeycomb and butterscotch is sure to leave you in a state of unadulterated bliss.

Fairhaven Woodland & Water Garden

Where: South Walsham

The pudding: Tia Maria Crème Brulee.

There aren’t many puddings quite as interactive as crème brulee, because who can resist the satisfying crack of a spoon against burnt sugar? Fairhaven Woodland and Water Gardens have added a twist of Tia Maria for an almondy kick which is sure to be the perfect complement to that warm oozing custard.

The Lion


Where: Thurne

The Pudding: Frangipane Tart served with blackcurrant sorbet

Offering a pudding classic with a twist, The Lion in Thurne is pairing warm frangipane with a zingy blackcurrant sorbet which is sure to make the perfect refreshing accompaniment. Sitting out in the Norfolk sunshine overlooking the moorings we can’t think of anything we’d rather be nibbling.

Garden Kitchen Café

Where: Hoveton

The pudding: Orange & Biscuit Cake, lemon curd cream and sugared seeds

Winning the prize for quirkiest pudding is the Garden Kitchen Café in Hoveton. We can’t wait to see what sugared seeds taste like and the citrus combo of orange and biscuit cake paired with lemon curd has certainly got our mouths watering.


baron bigod copyright fen farm dairy
Baron Gigod cheese © Fen Farm Dairy

Where: Wroxham

The Pudding: Warm Baron Bigod Cheese, pistachio puree, sourdough crackers, frozen grapes

As hard as it is to imagine, not everybody fancies something sweet, and with this cheesy selection even the most sweet-toothed customer will find Liberty’s Baron Bigod option hard to resist. Complete with frozen grapes and pistachio puree this is a cheeseboard like you’ve never experienced it before.

For more information about Broads Restaurant Week and everything else you need to know about the Broads National Park check out the Broads Restaurant Week and Visit the Broads websites.