Feel free to pop in for just a drink at any time, take a look at a selection of a drinks menus below.
Don’t miss our cocktail offer.
Friday and Saturday 3pm-5.30pm £6 on selected cocktails. Full list of cocktails below.
Aperol Spritz £7
Aperol, soda, spumante, fresh orange wheel, served over ice
Fresh white peach juice topped with Spumante
Rhubarb Mule £8
Chase rhubarb vodka, Fever Tree ginger beer, freshly squeezed lime
Strawberry Collins £8
Black Cow strawberry vodka, strawberry purée, lime, soda, strawberry
Passionfruit Martini £9
Bloom passionfruit and vanilla gin, passionfruit juice, lime, vanilla syrup
Chase Grapefruit gin, grapefruit juice, sugar syrup, lime, grapefruit tonic
Cranberry Margarita £9
Vivir blanco tequila, cranberry juice, Cointreau, lime
White Negroni £9
Sipsmith dry gin, Luxardo Bianco, Vya extra dry
Barros white port, Fever Tree tonic water, fresh peach
Honi Honi £9
Whiskey Thief Bourbon, Cointreau, orgeat, lime
Grapefruit Shandy £9
Birra Moretti, Sipsmith gin, Campari, pink grapefruit juice
Espresso Martini £10
Black Cow vodka, Kahlua, espresso
St Giles Norwich Dry gin, Vya Sweet Vermouth, Campari
If there is a classic cocktail that is not mentioned on our list that you would like, please just ask
Local Beer and Cider
At The Kings Arms we use local breweries wherever possible. We always offer a selection of Greene King beer and ales as well as offering a regularly changing selection of guest ales chosen from SIBA (society of independent brewers association).
Our Current beers – Abbot plus a guest ale from SIBA (currently Battle of Britain from Wolf Brewery in Attleborough), Aspall, Birra Moretti, Beavertown Neckoil, Icebreaker Pale Ale
Wine List (downloadable)
We have a varied selection of favourites as well as something a little different with a great variety of wines and sparkling by the glass. Find your new favourite, just ask for a recommendation.
Below is a selection of what we have available. To download our full list, please click here.
Pignoletto Frizzante, Gruppo Cevico | Emilia Romagna, Italy 11.5% £24.00 bottle
Packed full of tropical fruit. Gently sparkling.
Millesimato Spumante Extra Dry, Sacchetto Vini | Veneto, Italy 11% £4.60 glass | £25.00 bottle
Citrus zest and vibrant exotic fruit. A refreshing change from Prosecco.
Falanghina ‘Dubl’ Spumante, Feudi di San Gregorio | Campania, Italy 12.5% HIGHLY RECOMMENDED £5.90 glass | £31.00 bottle
Multi award winning Italian Sparkling wine. Fresh and full flavours of peach and apple.
Champagne Bernard Remy, Brut | France 12% £8.90 glass | £42.00 bottle
A fine growers Champagne with notes of butter, almond and brioche with a long refined finish.
Champagne Bernard Remy, Brut Rosé | Veneto, Italy 12% £46.00 bottle
An elegant rosé champagne displaying refreshing strawberry flavours with a deliciously clean and zesty finish.
Fernão Pires, Santo Isidro de Pegões | Palmela, Portugal 12.5% £4.90 | £6.90 | £20.00 bottle
Full of refreshing nectarine and pineapple with a hint of spice.
Viognier, Viña Edmara | Maule Valley, Chile 13.5% £5.70 | £7.90 | £23.00 bottle
A soft textured combination of apricots and pineapple through to a fresh finish with hints of green apple.
Falanghina ‘Albente’, Campania, Feudi di San Gregorio | Campania, Italy 12.5% £6.20 | £8.60 | £25.00 bottle
Floral, crisp and very refreshing. Move over Pinot Grigio!
Picpoul de Pinet, Tournée du Sud | Languedoc-Roussillon, France 13% £6.50 | £9.20 | £26.00 bottle
Creamy lemon peel and green apple. The classic seafood wine.
Zibibbo ‘Vitese,’ Colomba Bianca | Sicily, Italy 12.5% £5.70 | £7.90 | £26.00 bottle
Aromatic and full flavoured. Peach, dried apricot and a hint of jasmine lead to a lightly spiced finish.
Primitivo Rosé ‘Tramari,’ San Marzano | Apulia, Italy 12.5% £6.40 | £9.00 | £26.00
Cherry and raspberry with a hint of Mediterranean herbs and spice.
Beyaz Kalecik Karasi Rosé, Kayra | Aegean, Turkey 11.5% £8.00 | £11.60 | £32.00
Voted as one of the worlds top Rosé’s. Strawberry and pink grapefruit with a crisp dry finish and a hint of spice.
Rosé ‘Cuvée Marie Christine’, Cru Classé, Château de l’Aumérade, Provence, France 12.5% 8.40 | 11.90 | 33.00
Grapefruit, fresh red berries with a hint of vanilla culminating in a refreshing finish. Provençal rosé at its best.
Castelão, Santo Isidro de Pegões | Palmela, Portugal 13.5% £5.20 | £7.40 | £21.00 bottle
Smooth and juicy. Raspberries with a hint of chocolate and spice.
Negroamaro ‘Il Pumo’, Salento, San Marzano | Apulia, Italy 13.5% £5.70 | £7.90 | £23.00 bottle
Juicy, warm and savoury with full flavours of raisined red fruits and herbs.
Merlot, Pays d’Oc, Domaine des Pourthié | Languedoc-Roussillon, France 13.5% £6.00 | £8.50 | £24.00 bottle
Vibrant berry fruits with soft balanced tannins.
Pinot Noir ‘Réserve Spéciale’, Gérard Bertrand | Languedoc-Roussillon, France 13% £6.20 | £8.60 | £25.00 bottle
Silky and rounded with ripe cherry and wild raspberry. (Also available chilled by the bottle only).
Carignan ‘Limited Release’, Swartland Winery | Western Cape, South Africa 14% £6.50 | £9.20 | £26.00 bottle
Intense and well structured with notes of dried fruits and spice through to a robust and chewy finish.
Rioja Reserva, Ondarre | Rioja, Spain 13.5% £6.70 | £9.50 | £27.00 bottle
Savoury and jammy with traditional notes of vanilla and berry fruit.
Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Carignan, Cinsault ‘Jaspe’, £28.00 bottle
Château Oumsiyat | Bekaa Valley, Lebanon 13% HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
Intense and aromatic red and black fruits with a hint of pepper spice.
Malbec ‘1300’, Andeluna | Mendoza, Argentina 14% £29.00 bottle
Dense aroma of fresh black fruits with spicy minerality through to a warm finish.
Classic Argentinian Malbec.
Moscato d’Asti ‘Nivole’, Michele Chiarlo | Piedmont, Italy 5% £22.00 bottle
Gently sparkling creamy sweet peach and apricot.
‘Essensia’ Orange Muscat, Quady | California, USA 15% £4.20 | £28.00 bottle
Luscious sweet oranges and apricots on the palate with bittersweet orange marmalade notes.
‘Elysium’ Black Muscat, Quady | California, USA 15% £4.20 | £28.00 bottle
Water melon and roses combined with spicy strawberry fruit and a hint of caramelised orange.
Banyuls, Gérard Bertrand | Languedoc-Roussillon, France 16% HIGHLY RECOMMENDED £3.80 | £39.00 bottle
Fruit cake and wild raisined berries with a long elegant finish and beautifully balanced sweetness.
Teas and Coffees
Our coffee is ground to order from beans freshly roasted in Norwich by ‘Strangers’. We are currently using their ‘Fine City Blend’ which has flavours of berries, chocolate, and orange citrus.
Americano white or black £3.20 / Cappuccino £3.20
Latte £3.20 / Flat White £3.20
Espresso £2.60 / Double Espresso £3.20
Macchiato £2.80 / Double Macchiato £3.80
Liqueur coffee £3.95 + liqueur of your choice
Whole leaf tea from award winning Teapigs and Novus
Everyday Brew/Earl Grey/Peppermint/Super Fruit/Chamomile/Green
Fancy something to go with your drink? We have a snack menu available all day every day.
Mixed Spanish olives £3.50
Harissa spiced nut mix £3.50
Fairfields Farm crisps – £1.20
Focaccia with smoked whipped butter £3.50
Sausage Rolls £2.50
Sourdough flatbreads with houmous, toasted pine nuts, sumac, pomegranate molasses £6
Buttermilk chicken bites, sriracha mayonnaise £4
Ham hock croquette, gherkin ketchup £4
Soft corn taco, tempura courgette, smoked aubergine purée, lime pickled onion, pecorino £3.50
Fries £3 / Truffle and parmesan fries £6
What Our Customers Say
Great for weekend lunch’s
"We revisited after a year and happily the quality is as good with very welcoming staff. We had lunch on both Saturday and Sunday. The Kings Arms do a very good range of light bites. We had asparagus with battered poached egg (beautifully yellow and runny) with triple cooked chips. Really good flavours and freshly cooked."
"Always our local go to. The food is amazing and the service is impeccable. Well done to Grant and Lucy for the wonderful restaurant and atmosphere they have created. They fully deserved making the finals of the Suffolk food and drink awards."
Lovely Sunday Lunch
"Visited this weekend. First time since under new ownership. Had the Sunday roast which was very well cooked, reasonably priced and presented. Service was very good. Interior very tasteful and comfortable. Will return."
Late Mother's Day Lunch
"Booked this a week ago after searching the internet - what a little gem. Sunday lunch was lovely. Nothing was too much bother. Food was lovely and the staff very attentive. When I'm up here again I will definitely be booking again."
Fantastic evening, drinks, dinner, atmosphere!
"Amazing food, brilliant choice of drinks - great gins, guest ales & lovely wine recommendation. Attentive, friendly but not overwhelming or irritating service, just perfect! One of our firm favourites for an evening especially but also for a Sunday roast."
"This was our first time to The Kings Arms, and it won’t be our last. Gorgeous food, attentive service, lovely atmosphere...not to mention a rather nice gin! Keep up the good work...we had a really nice evening"
Another fab date night!
"Love the service, love the food, and Lucy and Grant have a lot to feel proud of in their gastropub, the new wine list is very impressive, the menu provides a lot of choice but ignore the rest of the starters and go straight for the crispy squid with the squid ink mayonnaise, for main courses we were torn between the Hake, Duck, Steak, Tuna and Lamb dishes but there are also a load of veggie alternatives that I wouldn’t admit to wanting but looked very appetising.
For those that just want a drink the Bar is well stocked and has a number of different beers and spirits as well as a host of nibbles"
"Visited early Thursday evening with friends, decor of the restaurant and bar sympathetic to the age of the building with tables laid out to provide sufficient space for diners without feeling rammed in. Attentive staff took our order for drinks and nibbles of both crispy chicken bites and spiced lamb bon-Bon’s, these arrived in good time were piping hot and absolutely delicious. Followed with main courses of rump steak, tuna salad and cannon of lamb again all thoroughly delicious using prime ingredients and cooked to perfection. We finished the evening with home made deserts and coffee again all first class. The service was exemplary through tour and in my opinion good value for the standard of food and service offers. I understand the restaurant is a contender for a national award and I for one can appreciate why"
Wednesday to Saturday
12pm - 2.30pm / 5.30pm - 8.30pm
Wednesday and Thursday
12pm - 3pm / 5.30pm - 11pm
12pm to 11pm
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday - Closed
Wednesday to Saturday 12pm - 2.30pm / 5.30pm to 8.30pm
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday - Closed
Wednesday and Thursday - 12pm-3pm / 5.30pm - 11pm
Friday and Saturday - 12pm-11pm