Find out what Italian restaurants to try in Great Yarmouth. Great Yarmouth, often known to locals as Yarmouth, is a coastal town in Norfolk, England. It is located at the mouth of the River Yare, approximately 20 miles (30 km) east of Norwich.
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5 based on 374 reviews
This restaurant was formerly called Lazzarellas for which there are several Reviews existing - see the list as I informed you at the end of last year it would be closing. The new owners have improved everything. New decorations, new menu and crockery etc.
Once again another wonderful visit to The Courtyard. Katie again the perfect host. Attention to detail superb.Food was delicious. The atmosphere is spot on and everyone made to feel so welcome. Even though the restaurant is small you still feel like you have plenty of space and are not crammed in.One thing, make sure you book in advance to ensure you donât miss out.
4 based on 471 reviews
The authentic taste of italy just like my mamma used to make From pasta to pizza via mozzarella, prosciutto and tiramisu, the delicious authentic flavor of our freshly prepared food itâs hard to beat Italy when it comes to good food, wine and hospitality
We were staying in Great Yarmouth for the Maritime Festival where we were performing as part of a shanty group. We came across this lovely little gem of an Italian restaurant with the most smiley lovely waitress you could wish for. A group of us went in quite late on Friday night and she was not phased at all by all our demands. We had lovely food and wine in a lovely atmosphere. Can't thank them enough for providing us with a lovely place to eat on the two nights of our stay at reasonable prices too. Also met my wife's gluten free needs with no problem. As a Coeliac this is really important to get right and the staff were spot on.
4 based on 613 reviews
Where to begin? In a restaurant with one party as the SOLE customer, we still had to CHASE for our check. If you're remotely contemplating going here, skip it. The children's breakfasts are flat-out a rip-off. The "pancake breakfast" is ONE silver dollar pancake CUT IN HALF! And the "waffle breakfast" is 1/4 of a normal waffle cut in three minuscule sections with a be smattering of berries as compensation. And these each cost 4.99 GBP. Nothing else. No eggs, bacon, etc. A "side" of pancakes (two silver dollar) is 3.99. WTH? If your kid feeds intravenously, this is your place, but if you dare to have a child who actually EATS, just give this place a miss entirely. And the adult breakfasts are not much better. The "Traditional English" is the ONLY safe option, and why would you when so many other places actually do "Traditional English" correctly? Avoid any selection with poached eggs, smoked salmon, or avocado because you will feel ill the remainder of the day. The menus are not wiped down and the tables are sticky. The toilets, however, are spotless. Seriously, the cleaner on the bike is the only guy doing his job properly. Whomever is in charge of this place needs to give him a raise. He is the ONLY reason you are getting two stars instead of one. The food was served on cold plates, a lot of the "available" selections are out of stock, the serving staff are clearly uninterested. This is NOT where you want to be!F&B plays the "American" card, but as an ex-pat, I entirely denounce their Trumped-up claims.
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