Wayfarers, that is next to the small shop. It's in a picturesque location and weather permitting, they have outside seating too. Inside is quite small but cozy and welcoming. On most evenings, it's better to call and book a table as this cafe is becoming extremely popular with local residents due to the quality of the food and the service standards.
Trip Advisor Reviews
“Great for coffee” 4 of 5 stars Reviewed March 2016
Called in for coffee today which I have to say was excellent. The interior is clean and bright, quirky but this is part of its appeal currently. Has an extensive menu for breakfast and lunch with a reasonable price tag. Will try the meals later. Very convenient for the holiday makers at the nearby moorings.
“Quaint, quiet, clean and perfect food” 5 of 5 stars Reviewed 30 June 2016
We were so lucky to discover this Cafe. It is perfect for a quick stop when touring around the Broads in Norfolk. It's very pretty in an old fashioned way, and there are a few antique type shops at the back. it is also next to the River, so you can take your dog for a walk too. Our dog was allowed in, and we really enjoyed our coffee and toasted teacakes. Will definitely be returning. Slightly off the beaten track!
Womack Island is on the left just past Hunter's Yard as you head along Womack Dyke towards Womack Water. There are a few free 24 hour moorings round the back of the island. Dinghy needed to access the...