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Went for a birthday celebration and were so disappointed. We have eaten in the restaurant occasionally since the start. Initially this was a very enjoyable dining experience with the emphasis on good food, now I think it is just a matter of s through the door. The food is expensive and now very poor. Two of our party ordered deep fried cod cheeks to start, these arrived as 3 small identical breaded discs on the plates and tasted like very cheap, dry fish fingers!

The home cured smoked salmon arrived in 3 thick fingers and we're very unpalatable and the crab salad was served in the shell as you buy it from the fishmonger with a pile of salad leaves on the side, hardly fine dining! The main courses were as bad. Barbequed, slow cooked brisket was bitter and had the texture of sawdust in the mouth, the crab pasta was dry and bland, the ling with mushy peas was inedible and the baby broad beans and peas were like bullets.

Obviously we complained and the manager was very pleasant and professional and adjusted the bill as he saw fit, although what we paid was still expensive for such an appalling meal. The whole experience was upsetting and spoilt what was to be a celebration and could not be repeated. Last time! Everything about our visit was a total disappointment! Having frequented here numerous times over the last 15 years, we've found that everything about the place seems to have gone downhill in the last two years to the point that it is now off our list, sadly.

The grounds are wonderful but the decor has deteriorated, purposely I might add, from a nicely decorated and bright restaurant several years ago to a new purposeful de of having a dark and dingy medieval look. The art work has become a tasteless collection probably more fitting a brothel, and totally unfitting a public eatery. In our recent visit we were seated overlooking a large full frontal photograph of a young nude woman hung by ropes in a horizontal side position - REALLY!

Other artwork decorating the walls is of almost equal absurdity - a woman vomiting into a sink amongst them. Not something you'd take your 'old nan' to for Sunday lunch. In retrospect I wished we had left immediately but we thought we could just ignore the decor and count on what we remembered as a decent dinner and attentive service. Unfortunately the food preparation has suffered and the staff seem ignorant of the meaning of service and lacking in fundamental restaurant skills.

More time was spent in their own socialising than attending to their paying customers in my opinion. This took the better part of an hour to deliver and tasted like a room temperature supermarket ready- meal! When requesting tartare sauce, the young waiter brought a bottle of ketchup. When finally getting another's attention to correct this lapse we were served something resembling a relish of chopped capers and pickle being passed off as a "creative tartare sauce!

We're sad to see this severe decline in what was a regular stop for us when in the area. An expert is needed to turn this dive back into something a bit more respectable and befitting an eatery of note. Perhaps Gordon Ramsay can be called in to kick this place back into shape!! Quirky surroundings. Decided to book The Gunton Arms for a birthday dinner- This was in the Elk Room where our lovely steaks and roast potatoes were cooked on the fire. Great ambience.

We had been meaning to try this place for months. Finally booked for my wife's birthday lunch. The setting is lovely in a deer park and the building quirky and rather homely. But it's all about the food which, for the price, was simply poor. I tried their home smoked salmon which came in think pieces - dry and tasteless with a single slice of "Irish Soda Bread". No lemon, no nothing.

Like eating slightly fish flavoured rubber. My wife's starter did not contain the advertised components. For example strange tasting olives were substituted for walnuts. How does that work? The mains were barely adequate and overpriced for what they were. Service was slow and random - goodness only know what it would be like had they been busy. We got the impression this is an establishment that takes its punters for granted. Needless to say we won't be going back. We noticed a for this place in a field yds from the entrance and had our curiosity piqued, turning into a gravel drive we wound along a track wondering where the pub was until we saw the at the end for the car park, I have never seen a pub in such a stunning setting - the building is set in a Deer park, real olde English parkland rolling for miles with herds of Fallow deer resting under the shade of the trees literally yards from the tables in the immaculate garden.

The welcome was the friendliest I have recieved and the first thing we were given was a bowl of iced water for the dog - much appreciated. The pub has some excellent and very well kept ales on tap. Service from the staff was faultless and they were so friendly and smiling and happy to take time making sure everything was ok.

We dropped in just for a refreshing drink on the way back from a day trip during our holiday - we ended up having some light bites, more than one drink and staying for almost 3 hours in this piece of paradise! The food is just amazing, even the bar snacks are of a very high standard, The sandwiches we ordered were just so delicious! From what I saw being taken to other tables the standard of food was superb and we were disappointed that we were just passing through as I would love to have returned for an evening meal.

We will be back and treating ourselves to a a short break here as there is also accomodation available. Probably the most perfect afternoon we have had for a while - don't deliberate just go - you will be delighted with this hidden gem in a glorious countryside setting. Dog Friendly too. Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more. Review of The Gunton Arms. The Gunton Arms.

Improve this listing. Ranked 1 of 3 Restaurants in Thorpe Market. Certificate of Excellence. Cuisines: British. Reviewed June 1, Date of visit: May Ask dorothy about The Gunton Arms. Thank dorothy Write a review Reviews Traveler rating. Show reviews that mention. All reviews venison roast potatoes brisket cheesecake bread pudding sunday roast open fire deer park modern art the pub special occasion elk room chef norfolk dog ale.

Review tags are currently only available for English language reviews. Read reviews in English Go back. Reviewed May 29, via mobile. Time for a makeover. Ask Travelpr about The Gunton Arms. Thank Travelpr Reviewed May 27, Lovely birthday celebration. Ask lovetoescape2 about The Gunton Arms. Thank lovetoescape2. Reviewed May 26, Won't Be Going Back. Ask edwardseago about The Gunton Arms.

Reviewed May 25, Amazing food in a stunning setting with a very warm welcome! Ask Jeannette about The Gunton Arms. Travelers who viewed The Gunton Arms also viewed. Vernon Arms. Foundry Arms. The Banningham Crown.

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