A favourite among Stockport locals, Norfolk Arms is every bit a traditional English pub with its charming decor, cosy atmosphere and extensive selection of real ales and craft beers. On the menu you’ll find British pub food favourites that have been given a gourmet update, as well as burgers and sharing platters. Located in Marple Bridge on Town Street and with live music and entertainment nights regularly taking place, Norfolk Arms can fill up quickly – guarantee a table by booking beforehand.
Whether it’s for a drink or some dinner, the menu at Norfolk Arms in Stockport’s Marple Bridge area is full of delicious choices. Forget about peanuts and pork scratchings, here you could pair your pint with a crab, lime and chilli toastie, a very English Scotch egg or a Serrano ham-wrapped pear with goats’ cheese. The a la carte menu also features exciting takes on classic pub food. Begin with some scallops served with apple jelly and crispy ham, or pigeon breast with tender stem broccoli and a boiled egg.
Then, we recommend going traditional and trying one of the pies, like the deerstalker pie filled with British venison, dry-cured bacon, red wine and puy lentils, or go for a vegetarian option like the Heidi pie with Somerset goats’ cheese, sweet potato, spinach, red onion and roasted garlic. Widely loved by many Stockport residents, Norfolk Arms on Town Street is a popular choice. Score one of the best seats at this Marple Bridge watering hole by making your reservation in advance.
Good menu choices and a great selection of beer and cider. The staff was very friendly and service was fairly quick. I would recommend this pub if you are in Marple Bridge.
Good friendly service, food was delicious and good value for money. Overall would recommend The Norfolk Arms to everyone, nice friendly atmosphere all round, we will be returning.
Great atmosphere and friendly service from the staff and owners. The owners are always looking to do things differently, entertainment etc,to ensure a good time. Food very good with a varied choice to suit all tastes.
Great food great service great vibe great music! Does this sentence get us to twenty five words or do I have to type some more?
We had a fabulous meal at the Norfolk Arms. The food, atmosphere, music and friendly staff made our night really enjoyable. The food was absolutley delicious and can't wait to go again.
Nice food and atmosphere, staff were helpful. Tip for the guys serving, don't be so hasty punching the amount in to the credit card machine, some of us may want to reward you with a gratuity. Tip for the restaurant owners, turn the heating up upstairs in the restaurant, - nice cosy fire downstairs, freezing upstairs - you ruined a great evening out and all the attention on the food is wasted. Everyone had coats and thick jumpers on, observation is everything. Put this right and you have a great place to eat.
Pre-booked a table for 8 for lunch with a group of friends, all of us from Leeds stopping off on a day out. We were all impressed with the quality of the food. The staff were all friendly and helpful and the range and quality of the Real Ales available was excellent. It's just a shame we don't live closer.
Visited the Norfolk before and enjoyed the vibrant atmosphere, range of beers and wines. Food is great value although less pastry on the pie, less potato wedges, less tough gammon would help! Gents toilet still without lock and toilet roll holder after more than a year. Now the Norfolk has established itself, growing up and maintaining a lead is required, which if ignored would be a disappointment considering the hard work that has been put into revitalising both the pub and village.
Great service, very good food and fantastic atmosphere. Highly recommended. We went on a Friday night and was easy to get a table upstairs. We have been in a few times for drinks but rhinos the first time we have eaten but will definitely be heading back for both food and drinks
Great Sunday roast. The pub has a good selection of Ales and Lagers that change regularly making it a pleasant drop in on the way back from the station. Quieter upstairs than in the downstairs bar if you're eating with the family.