Creake Abbey Food Hall

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With carefully selected products of quality from across Norfolk and further afield we offer a shopping experience that goes beyond what you would find in a supermarket. North Norfolk is a treasure trove of wonderful local food and drink producers and we take full advantage of our proximity to them. The shop is not huge but strives to provide you with a glorious food experience offering everything from fresh sourdough bread, colourful salads and freshly prepared deli items to frozen meals along with fruit and vegetables in season, soft drinks, wine and beer. 

As well as a focus on local produce we love discovering the best and most exciting new food and drink brands for gifting. Hampers for all seasons are a speciality!

Shop at the deli counter which benefits from oversight by World Cheese Judge Peter Bone, and offers awarding-winning cheeses from Norfolk and beyond.  Mrs Temple’s Binham Blue and Ferndale Farm’s Norfolk Dapple are best sellers.

Buy fresh seasonal fruit and vegetables, supplied by a local Norfolk family business and sit alongside produce from slightly further afield, all of the highest quality.  When local growers have a surfeit of produce we readily welcome plums, greengages, apples and more from within 5 miles.

Have a taste of Norfolk at home with our homemade oven ready meals. All made on site by our chefs, the range includes classics such as fish pie, authentic lasagne and delicious crumbles. 

The Food Hall is stocked with an extensive and practical range of grocery staples, many sourced from Norfolk including bread, milk, eggs and familiar larder staples such as honey, granola, sauces, oils and dressings. Every morning we freshly bake sourdough bread and delicious baguettes. As well as stocking wines and spirits from across the world we are enormously proud to stock both produced right here in Norfolk.

Creake Abbey is located off the B1355 between Fakenham and Burnham Market, just north of North Creake.



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Creake AbbeyCreake Abbey, FakenhamRemains of an abbey church dating from 13th century, including presbytery and north transept with chapels.

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Creake Abbey Food Hall

Type:Shop - Farm

Creake Abbey, North Creake, Fakenham, Norfolk, NR21 9LF

Tel: 01953681715

Opening Times

* First Saturday of every month 9.30-1pm

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