Eating out in Norfolk and Norwich
In Norwich, Norfolk you can dine out on English, Chinese, Thai, Indian, Mexican, Greek, French, Italian, Moroccan and even Russian food. Being by the coast means seafood is plentiful, so make sure you try one of Norfolk's specialities such as Samphire (seaweed) or a delicious Cromer crab. If you are looking for cheap and cheerful or a sophisticated Michelin starred restaurant, you will find that Norfolk has something to suit every taste and budget.
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1 in 100 people in the UK has coeliac disease and following a strict gluten free diet is essential; even a tiny amount of gluten could be very harmful to their health. There are also a large number of people who don’t have coeliac disease but choose to eat foods free from gluten and/or wheat for various reasons, so all restaurants and cafés really should be catering for these groups. Over the past 15 years awareness of the disease has greatly improved, with more and more people being diagnosed. Finding eateries that offer gluten free alternatives is definitely becoming easier, but there is still room for improvement.
Norfolk is clearly a beer loving county, with over 50 breweries at the last count. From large award-winning breweries to small microbreweries, Norfolk has them all.
Once known as ‘mother’s ruin’ gin has seen a massive surge in popularity in recent years, with gin parties, gin trains, gin advent calendars, gin afternoon teas, and gin experience days; there is even a gin hotel!