Marriott's Warehouse, South Quay, King's Lynn
Marriott's Warehouse is thought to have been built in its present form by local merchant Thomas Clayborne in around 1580 as a warehouse for corn, salt and wine, although the site was a riverside quay by 1300 and some of the oldest timbers in the building date back to this time.
King's Lynn was an important trading port in the medieval Hanseatic League, which provided a major link between merchants and towns around the North Sea and the Baltic for several centuries. King's Lynn still has a number of historic buildings connected with that trade.
Marriott's Warehouse was restored in the late 1990s and is a Grade II* listed building.
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We're open every day from 10am for breakfast or a cake with your coffee, and wide range of light bites and main meals from 12pm to 2:30pm (3pm Sundays) and 5pm to 9pm.
See details of our Café, Restaurant menus and available times to the left.
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Our daily specials board features the best of what's fresh and local as well as the latest dishes from our Head Chef, Pawel, and his team.
There are starters, mains and desserts to die for!
We have a well-stocked bar which includes real ales, lagers and cider, bottled beers, soft drinks, a wide (but sensibly-priced) wine list, and a range of spirits.
See details of our wine and drinks list to the right.
Enjoy your drink anytime on its own, with food, with friends, lunchtime and afternoon, after work…
We offer table service in our upstairs lounge area, which looks across the river and towards the Minster, and at the outdoor tables on the quayside.
There are currently no events planned.
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We source as many items as possible from local suppliers so that we can be sure of the origin, quality and freshness of all of our dishes.
More details on our suppliers will appear shortly.