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A menu based on traditional methods with a modern style, you will find old favourites with a more complex mix of fresh ingredients.
A modern English restaurant that has been established and run by the same family for the last 30 years.
Tim and Koi Sizeland would like to welcome you to The New Forge where traditional Thai dishes and the best of British come together to give the diner a wonderful choice of flavours.
Warwick Street Social is lively and stylish with a fun and inventive menu which doesn’t disappoint on flavour
Norfolk is steeped in history and has a plethora of historic pubs to explore. Wonky windows, traditional food, secret corridors and cosy corners are in abundance as we pick 12 of the best historical pubs you should try in Norfolk
Salty sea air gives a special coastal flavour to the beef on The Duck Inn menu, in our latest extract from Norfolk Table: One County, Twenty Chefs
Strattons is an award winning boutique hotel, restaurant and cafe deli offering cool contemporary style with originality and strong environmental ethics.
Benji’s serves fine food with a fittingly fashionable flourish
Weavers is housed in a 15th Century timber framed building in the centre of the market town of Diss...
With miles of beautiful coastline in Norfolk, it’s not surprising that we also have delicious, fresh seafood too. We have collected 10 excellent restaurants serving the best food from the sea
A relaxed meal with friends in a gastro pub is perfect to catch up or celebrate. Norfolk has lots of dining pubs serving creative dishes and here are some of our top places
The Giggling Squid brings a modern taste of Thai tapas dining to Norwich, as Angi Kennedy reports
If you fancy changing your diet or simply want to try some exciting new flavours, give Norwich’s fantastic vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free cafes a try
Students at City College Norwich have a head start learning their trade in this sophisticated atmosphere, writes Judith Palmer
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