Where to eat in Norwich
Norwich, the country town of Norfolk, is a busy place full of shops, both independent and chain, as well as cultural attractions. If you are in Norwich for a day, then you are likely to want to find a top café, pub or restaurant for a snack or a full meal. Fortunately, you will not have to look far, because Norwich has plenty of eateries in its town centre and its outskirts.
Breakfast, brunch and morning coffee
If you have had an early start, then why not treat yourself at The Waffle House in St Giles Street? You may find it hard to decide between the savoury and sweet, but your meals will be made in either case with local, organic ingredients. For a top caffeine fix, head to Stranger’s Coffee House in the Norwich Lanes. It serves only ethically sourced coffee with a tempting array of cakes.
Best places for lunch
The Murderers Café-Bar in Timber Hill is open all day and serves baguettes, salads and jacket potatoes as well as traditional pub grub in a historical setting with a dark past! The Garden House in the Golden Triangle serves delicious home-cooked food in a calm atmosphere during the day, or treat yourself to a Sunday lunch with your own customised roast dinner.
Enjoy fabulous homemade cakes at the Refectory in the historic grounds of the 900-year-old Norwich Cathedral. All profits go towards maintenance of the cathedral.
Best restaurants for dinner
Enjoy dinner served to the exacting standards of one of Britain’s best-loved cooks, Delia Smith, at Delia’s Restaurant & Bar at Norwich FC in Carrow Road. The Library in the city centre is on the site of Britain's first public library. It serves modern British cuisine, specialising in fresh meat and fish cooked on a wood-fired grill. The Last Wine Bar & Restaurant in Norwich-over-the-Water has been a Norfolk favourite for years. Enjoy the eclectic menu with wine from the carefully chosen, extensive list.