Find out what International restaurants to try in Norwich. Norwich boasts museums spanning a ten centuries of history as well as a renovated city center with a pleasant pedestrian area lined with modern businesses and thriving nightlife. With two colleges, both with renowned art and writing programs, travelers will also step into a vibrant cultural scene. Tourist sites, dubbed the Norwich 12, include the historical Norwich Castle, Norwich Cathedral and City Hall, as well as the newer library and the glass Forum which hosts events from opera to skating.
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4 based on 399 reviews
Farmyard is a Norwich based 'Bistronomy' style restaurant, where a relaxed 'bistro' experience meets the top quality produce and vibrant flavours normally found in "gastronomic" fine dining joints. Everything is prepared in their open kitchen, including t
Took friends here on a Saturday night. Great vibe from the place. Friendly welcome and excellent service. Limited menu but every dish sounded interesting and our choices were delicious. Good drinks list. Super friendly waitress who knew just how to pitch it.Weâll certainly return before too long.
4 based on 479 reviews
Vegan and vegetarian food made in house in the picturesque village of Trowse, just outside Norwich city centre, and within walking distance of Whitlingham Broad and park. Fresh, seasonal menu with an emphasis on local products and producers. Fully license
I booked a table for 4 for lunch, as my sister is a vegan and itâs difficult to find some where new to eat for her. We ordered starters, nachos & hummus, then mains, nut wellingtons & falafel salad. Itâs was all very delicious and tasty. Even my meat loving husband enjoyed his meal.There is a good choice of food to order & the service was good as well, I would throughly recommend this restaurant to all vegans and non vegans.
4 based on 510 reviews
Frankâs Bar is a cafe-bar in central Norwich. We have filled our bar with good food, top drinks, marvelous music and general chilled-outness. Weâre happy for you to enjoy Frankâs Bar in a range of different ways, whether it be with a coffee, glass of wine
Great atmosphere, welcoming staff and amazing food for great value. Initially went for coffee in the afternoon and went back for supper. Lovely menu and had one of the best meals Iâve had for a long time... Norfolk pork belly with puy lentil and chorizo casserole. Recommended!
4 based on 218 reviews
We stopped overnight at Rockland St Mary staithe to eat at The New Inn, choosing based on previous reviews and planning our day around this visit. The quiet Broad we crossed when approaching the inn are simply stunning. The staithe itself is popular but relatively quiet being off the beaten track.We found service at this inn to be very laid back with the owners both partaking of numerous cigarettes and drinking in the garden area at the front. We found it strange that both husband and wife felt comfortable to walk through the narrow doorway in front of my wife and I, rather than wait 10 seconds for us to pass through and they didnât offer to help us with taking several drinks outside even though they were going that way. We had heard the owners are very dog friendly with bowls of water and dog biscuits being offered but we didnât receive this treatment or notice any canine friendliness beyond being allowed to take our dog onto the outside terrace.The menu is quite limited with a few specials on blackboard and pitches at seafood and steak with four or five starters including whitebait, calamari and prawn and crayfish salad. Expectations are set with the advertised proclamation that all food is cooked fresh, which is a little stretch when all the seafood was clearly from frozen. My main of line caught Icelandic cod chips with peas and salad was good but not wow especially by Norfolk standards. Clearly the fish again had been frozen. My wifeâs moules were deemed okay. My daughters ham, egg and chips was âalrightâ.We were stunned by the beauty of Rockland St Mary Broad and the tranquility of the staithe for an overnight stop and we will likely always remember the lightning storm we witnessed that night but unlikely to ever repeat our visit to The New Inn.
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