Restaurants

Top Choice Fish & Chips in Norwich

Grosvenor Fish Bar

At this groovy chippy-with-a-difference, chips come with fresh cod goujons, a 'Big Mack' is a crispy mackerel fillet in a bread roll and the 'Five Quid Squid' (squid rings with garlic aioli) really is £5 . Either ea…
Top Choice Modern British in Norwich

Roger Hickman's

Understated elegance is everywhere here: pale floorboards, white linen and unobtrusive service. Dishes might include confit salmon and rabbit or blow-torched mackerel – flair, imagination and a simple dedication to …
Brasserie in Norwich

Library

The chef here has a penchant for grilling over wood-smoke; smoky flavours infuse everything from chicken, lamb and beef to fennel seeds. It's a hit, as is the setting – with Victorian bookcases lining the walls of w…
British in Norwich

Last

The decor in the bar is fabulous and reflects the building's past life as a shoe factory – lasts (wooden shoe moulds) as light fittings, Singer sewing machines as tables. The food lives up to the setting – top-notch…
Cafe in Norwich

Mustard

You'll find a suitably bright-yellow colour scheme at this cool cafe set on the site of the original Colman's Mustard shop. Quality dishes might include breakfast bagels with halloumi and maple syrup, and chorizo Sc…
Seafood in Norwich

Brummells

At intimate Brummells you get classic seafood cooking plus some variations, so to vermouth-laced Dover sole, add ginger-infused sea bass, while hints of curry complement chargrilled tuna steak.
Modern British in Norwich

Bishops

The unusual, the unexpected and Norfolk ingredients are the mainstays of menus at Bishops. Sample Cromer crab rillette, roasted wood pigeon or sticky, glazed pork belly. Then satisfy your sweet tooth with banoffee p…
Cafe in Norwich

Tea House

Tuck into doorstep sarnies, steaming jacket potatoes and top-notch tea and scones.