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Nice pub in the back streets of Yarmouth, ales were kept in good condition, but didn't feel welcome, lady behind the bar, didn't smile and only seemed interested in the people who appeared to be locals, had one beer then left. Shame as it was...More
Rough on the outside, needs a coat of paint or 3. Closes at 2pm which is daft for a seaside pub in the peak season. Greeted with a sorry we're closed. Went to the Barking Smack on the sea front who have 3 to 5...More
We were staying locally and came across the Red Herring by chance having been unable to get into another restaurant recommended by a local person. The staff were fantastic, very friendly and accommodating. We both opted for the fish pie with some hummus to start...More
I walked past The Red Herring on my way to a business meeting and hoped it would be open later. It was and in I went. What a great find. Darts and pool if you want, sit at the bar and chat with the barman...More
This pub is hidden along the key in Great Yarmouth. Staff are always friendly and happy to serve. I like how they personalise your experience with books for sale and ask you to enter the raffle to win prizes which include meat joints! I have...More
I have known this pub for several years. It is a quiet haven close to the sea front and the Award winning Time and Tide Museum. There is always a selection of well kept real ales and a draught cider. Well worth seeking out.