Where to go for a tasty brunch in Norwich
PUBLISHED: 16:43 05 April 2017 | UPDATED: 17:09 06 April 2017
After a night of indulgence, nothing beats a good brunch menu. Here we pick some top Norwich places to go for brunch
1. No 33, Exchange St
In the heart of Norwich, on Exchange Street, is No 33. With bright interiors and friendly staff, this café also serves a mean brunch. Think generous servings of sweet American style pancakes topped with Greek yoghurt, pecans and maple syrup or a full English consisting of three rashers of Norfolk bacon, two sausages, two poached eggs, roasted tomatoes, grilled mushroom, baked beans and sourdough toast.
Brunch is served all day
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2. Wild Thyme, the Old Fire Station Stables, Labour in Vain Yard
Although very central, Wild Thyme is hidden away in the Old Fire Station Stables above Rainbow Wholefoods. 100% vegetarian and with many vegan options available, this restaurant/café is a relaxing place to while a morning away over brunch with friends. Brunch dishes include smashed avocado on toast with fresh lime; or a ‘full veggie’ with Portobello mushroom, vine tomato, sweet potato, homemade baked beans, wilted spinach, free range egg, vegan sausage and wholemeal toast.
Brunch is served from 10am until 11.30am
3. Woolf & Social, Nelson St
Order a plate of ham hock hash with a fried egg or raved-about “smacked cucumbers” from the brunch menu at Woolf & Social. This friendly restaurant on Nelson Street serves inspired dishes for those days when you missed breakfast but you’re too early for lunch. At Woolf & Social, “everything is artisan” including décor, wine and the food served up for hungry patrons.
Brunch is served Friday to Sunday from 10am until 2.30pm
4. Frank’s Bar, Bedford St
Casual and sociable, Frank’s Bar is a favourite hang out for city-dwellers and is particularly good after a night of excess. With brunch options including spicy sausage with baked eggs, peppers and Tabasco served with focaccia, you can say goodbye to your hangover!
Brunch is served 9am until 3pm
5. North, Fye Bridge St
Sister to Frank’s is North on Fye Bridge St. With a brunch menu featuring hearty dishes such as chickpeas with chorizo, feta and curly kale served with baked eggs; or smoked mackerel on toasted sourdough bread with pickled beetroot and horseradish yoghurt, you will leave feeling satisfied and ready to take on the day.
Brunch is served 9.30am until 2.30pm
6. The Bicycle Shop, St Benedicts St
Cosy, stylish, bohemian interiors and tasty grub on the brunch menu, the Bicycle Shop on St Benedicts Street is a laid back place to enjoy a lazy brunch. Check the board as brunch specials change often. Past dishes have included the Bicycle Shop Baked Bean Burrito with guacamole and sour cream; and a black pudding, bacon and potato hash with poached eggs and toast, yum!
Brunch is served every day until around 5pm (except Sunday)
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