Or if you have downloaded the East Anglia Pass app you can choose the particular restaurant that you are visiting, click 'Use Pass' and then give the code displayed on your digital pass to the restaurant when paying your bill.
The Marsh Harrier was originally known as The King of Prussia in 1840, when it was a small cafe with tea garden. The building was later run as an inn until war broke out in 1914 when its name was changed to the George IV. After a £1m refurbishment we changed our name to The Marsh Harrier to reflect our rural surroundings and proximity to the River Yare.
A country pub near you oozing rural charm and rustic character, our picturesque surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for savouring the hearty, seasonal pub food on our menu, and the carefully nurtured cask ales and fine wines gracing our bar. Soak up the sun in our pub beer garden, with plenty of seating, shaded tables and outdoor dining available.
Whether you are planning dinner with friends or Sunday lunch with family, book a table online and enjoy some quality time with those you love the most.