Eating out in Norwich when Visiting Norfolk

As well as history and culture, Norwich is also rich with food! When eating out in Norwich, you’ll be spoiled for choice – from independent restaurants to chain pubs, takeaways to quaint cafes, the only problem you’ll have is too much choice! Here are our suggestions on where to get a delicious meal when visiting Norwich.

Considering eating out in Norwich? Try Grosvenor Fish Bar – delicious fish and chips every time!

If it’s value for money you’re after, then takeaways are your best bet. For a classic dish, then Grosvenor Fish Bar is an excellent choice. Situated in the heart of Norwich’s Lanes, this petite fish and chip shop has plenty of space to sit and enjoy a nice portion of fish and chips downstairs. Better still, if you buy a drink at the Birdcage pub across the road, you can enjoy your food there! Brick Pizza is also highly recommended, located on the edge of Norwich’s famous open-air market. A great place to grab some pizza, this is a fantastic place to enjoy a relaxed meal at a great price when eating out in Norwich.

Looking for a more exclusive dining experience? Try Benedicts. Located on the road of the same name, St Benedicts Street, this upmarket restaurant offers delicious set lunches, a la carte courses, and, for the hungry, 6 or 8 course meals. Perfect for an anniversary or special meal out, you’re bound to enjoy everything Benedicts has to offer. For football fans, try Delia’s Restaurant & Bar at the famous Carrow Road. Whilst you’ll need to book, the recipes served at this restaurant are all the famous chef Delia Smith’s, who is a joint majority shareholder of Norwich City FC – and the restaurant is on the grounds of their stadium. Serving local produce, enjoy a three-course dinner with coffee and a sweet afterwards. Jamie’s Italian in the Royal Arcade, one of Jamie Oliver’s chain restaurants, is also worth a look!

The Royal Arcade is home to Jamie’s Italian – a great place to consider for eating out in Norwich.

If takeaways aren’t your thing and you’re not in the mood for fine dining, then Norwich has plenty of cafes to offer. Near the city’s train station is the Departure Lounge, serving traditional café fare, or for those with gluten-free needs then perhaps try The Gluten Free Café near John Lewis. Muffin Break in the Castle Mall is also an excellent choice, with delicious cakes and coffee. The choices are endless!

Last reviewed 13 June 2017. Please contact service provider before travelling for correct information and pricing.

 

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