If you're looking for a place to dine in Great Yarmouth, then there's a lot more on offer than just fish and chips!

Find great places to eat while on holiday in Great Yarmouth.

Where to dine in Great Yarmouth

Great Yarmouth Restaurants

Great Yarmouth has always been known, and quite rightly too, for its fantastic array of fish and chip shops. From the famous stands selling 'Chips on the Market' to the stylish seafront fish and chip restaurants like Fish & Grill and HMS Hinchinbrook, you will not be disappointed if you come to town in search of a nice piece of cod in crispy batter and some lovely hot chips doused in salt, vinegar and whatever other condiments get your taste buds going.

But there is much more to the Great Yarmouth restaurant scene than just fish and chips. The town has a vast array of cuisines on offer, including Italian, Chinese, Indian, Vietnamese, Thai, Greek and Portuguese restaurants. Take Regent Road, for example! That's the main road leading down from the town centre to the seafront and it's a place where you can take your pick from hot dogs, burgers, kebabs, tapas, traditional English dishes, Chinese food and Indian food. Oh, and you can also get an ice cream and a stick of Great Yarmouth rock, as well as freshly made doughnuts straight from the fryer.

Eating out in Great Yarmouth

Dining in Great Yarmouth

As a popular tourist destination for families, the town is blessed with a wide array of restaurants offering child-friendly menus. And if you fancy a special night out - perhaps a table for two with the one you love - then there is no shortage of stylish, romantic restaurants in Great Yarmouth offering great food, great wine and an atmosphere to suit. Perhaps the pick of these is Pamela's - that's for those who really want to splash out one evening - or one of the two lovely restaurants, Cafe Cru and the Terrace, which are part of the Imperial Hotel.

So, whether you want a romantic night out, a fish and chip supper, a family-friendly diner or just a couple of sticks of Great Yarmouth rock, then you'll be able to find it here in Norfolk's busiest and best-known seaside town. For more recommendations of places to eat, visit the restaurant page of the Great Yarmouth Travel Guide. There, you'll also get the lowdown on local hotels and guest houses, as well as things to do in the area and practical tourist information for anyone coming to town.