Chameleon House, in the lovely south Norfolk market town of Harleston, isn’t hard to describe. It’s intimate and quirky, and with a Georgian front masking a largely Tudor building, it’s steeped in a history that’s echoed in ceiling beams, wooden floorboards and wood-burning stoves.
Some modern touches enhance the cosy atmosphere of the restaurant, which seats 40 to 50 people in comfort and with bags of elbow room.
It’s difficult to pin down the style of food we serve. We find labels like modern British and classic French restrictive and prefer to prepare dishes we think our customers will really enjoy. This could see oriental influences cuisine rubbing shoulders with Italian cooking. We like variety and we’re sure you’ll love the quality and inventiveness of the food we serve for lunch/brunch, dinner and Sunday lunch.
Harleston lies at the heart of the Waveney Valley, and you’ll find Chameleon House in the centre of this ancient market town, where parking is free all year. How many towns can claim that these days?
We love living and working here and relish the strong sense of community spirit that exists in Harleston and is echoed in its many groups and organisations.
It has been a market town since 1369, and its long history is reflected in the architecture of the place.
If you’ve never ventured to Harleston, please put that right as soon as possible. It lies on the Norfolk-Suffolk border between Diss and Bungay. When you’ve explored the town, come and see us at Chameleon House.
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