With sandy beaches, clifftop views and a wealth of wildlife - the Norfolk Coastal Path is one of the most popular trails to visit in the county.

It runs for 83 miles between Hunstanton and Hopton-On-Sea and was recently named one of ITV's favourite walks in Britain. 

If you are visiting part of the trail or are brave enough to tackle it in full - here are nine places to grab a bite to eat during your hike.

1. The Lookout, Holkham

Where: At the top of Lady Anne's Drive, Holkham, NR23 1RHEastern Daily Press: The LookoutThe Lookout (Image: The Lookout)

Sat at the edge of the Holkham National Nature Reserve, The Lookout offers food and drink to enjoy inside, outside or to take away as you soak in the beautiful views.

There are binoculars and bird guides inside to help you make the most of your visit to the north Norfolk coast.

2. Cookies Crab Shop

Where: Coast Road, Salthouse, Holt, NR25 7AJ

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Stop for a colourful plate packed with locally-caught fresh seafood.

The much-loved seafood café is known for its down-to-earth dishes, filled with salad, fish and shellfish.

3. Cley Marshes Visitor Centre

Where: Coast Road, Cley next the Sea, NR25 7SAEastern Daily Press: Cley Marshes Visitor CentreCley Marshes Visitor Centre (Image: Newsquest)

Look out over the acres of marshland which stretch towards the sea at the National Trust visitor centre and café.

The breathtaking views can be seen from the glass-fronted visitor centre, popular with bird watchers who can enjoy cakes, coffees, sandwiches and soup to warm the cockles before or after a winter walk. 

4. Fat Ted's Streat Food

Where: Barchams Yard, Sheringham, NR26 8JS

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The street food café in the seaside town offers up lots of well-earned fried food to fuel the rest of your walk, including loaded fries and burgers.

The family-run establishment prides itself on "serving a fresh, innovative menu that's packed full of quirky ingredients, homemade flavour and punch".

5. Rocket House Café 

Where: The Gangway, Cromer, NR27 9ETEastern Daily Press: Rocket House CafeRocket House Cafe (Image: Newsquest)

Looking over Cromer beach, the café offers generous helpings of local food, including the renowned Cromer crab.

There are lots of interesting vegetarian and vegan options and plenty of fresh cakes to choose from.

6. Cliff Top Café

Where: Cliff Road, Overstrand, Cromer NR27 0PPEastern Daily Press: Cliff Top CaféCliff Top Café (Image: Google Maps)

Sit inside or feel the fresh sea air on your face as you visit this quaint café which sits on the cliff edge.

From a quick cake or sandwich to a fry-up, the café offers the perfect simple atmosphere for a walker's pit stop. 

7. Dunes Café Waxham Barn

Where: Waxham Great Barn, ​Waxham Road, NR12 0DZEastern Daily Press: Dunes Cafe at Waxham BarnsDunes Cafe at Waxham Barns (Image: Newsquest)

The countryside café offers homemade cakes and full English breakfasts as well as lots of other dishes made with local ingredients and "mouth-watering seaside specials".

Sandwiches can be eaten inside the café, in the courtyard or wrapped up and taken as a picnic.

8. Seal View café

Where: Seal View Car Park, Beach Road, Winterton-on-Sea, NR29 4AJ

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Families and dogs can gather inside the Seal View café's cosy cabin.

The café comes after the Edge left its spot at Winterton beach.

Seal View has become a popular place for nature enthusiasts who are looking to replenish their energy levels after watching the "adorable" seal pups at Winterton. 

From breakfast baps and gourmet burgers to Yorkshire puddings filled with all of the trimmings, there's plenty on the menu.

9. Marina Bay café

Where: 7-11 Marine Parade, Gorleston-on-Sea, NR31 6BT

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Located right on the seafront, this "lively" café is the perfect pit stop for a bacon sandwich or something simple.

The menu ranges from breakfast to burgers to fish and chips.