Biltons is an incredibly stylish restaurant. There's a unique and very intimate atmosphere. You will find yourself surrounded by antiques, an open fire, scrubbed tables, white linen napkins, bone handled cutlery, fresh flowers and candles. Think cosy and welcoming and not stiff and pretentious.
The chef-owner, Dan Hartley has grown up knowing that the fresher your ingredients, the better your cooking will be. Most of the vegetables come from his family farm, the pork supplier lives next door to the house and the rest of the meat only has to travel about two miles.
The food at Biltons Restaurant can be described as classic British with a twist. We specialise in creating simple, delicious dishes to suit a variety of palettes. We believe the best way to treat your ingredients is to keep them as natural as possible. We like to use modern cooking techniques at Biltons but we don't like to mess around with food or make it too fussy. Our core menu concentrates on pub staples such as steak, fish and chips and our own Biltons burgers. We're a lot more creative and adventurous with our specials, working with ingredients such as duck breast and sea bass. We'd have to suggest everyone try our rack of lamb at least once – we prepare it in a very special way which produces meat that's perfectly pink, extremely tender, and extraordinarily tasty.
Biltons Restaurant is situated on the A10 between Kings Lynn and Downham Market. The restaurant is a short drive away from many west Norfolk towns and villages including Swaffham, Hunstanton & Wisbech.
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