Eating out in Norwich
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Anton Wimmer and his family have been owners of the Kings Head in Bawburgh for more than thirty years and this delightful establishment has built up an excellent reputation during this time.
Serving an ever-changing menu, the Kings Head works closely with well-established local producers to ensure the finest seasonal ingredients are used in their exciting menus. Enjoy traditional pub classics with an imaginative and local twist along with a pint of local real ale or lager or a glass of wine from their extensive collection.
There are 6 luxurious en-suite bedrooms also at the Kings Head and the bar area is dog friendly.
The Georgian Townhouse offers a great mix of good food, stylish décor and comprehensive drinks menu. Using locally sourced quality produce in their ever-evolving menus, diners can also choose from an extensive array of craft beers, wines and spirits.
In addition to their bar, restaurant and terrace, there are rooms available for private event hire, with adjoining bar and private garden. For overnight stays, The Georgian Townhouse has 22 boutique bedrooms.
The prefect city centre destination for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and pre-theatre dining.
Offering locally-sourced, seasonally-inspired delicious dishes, whatever time of day, The Assembly House guarantees fabulous food in a warm and welcoming setting, with professional service.
This 3 Star Country House Hotel is just 4 miles from the centre of Norwich and is set in beautiful grounds. Using only the best, fresh ingredients and buying locally wherever possible, the menu changes monthly, with the restaurant positioned to overlook the pretty gardens.
Stower Grange can be booked for private lunches, private dinners and weddings and their head chef will work with you to create a tailormade menu for your own specific requirements. Accommodation is also available.
An authentic Italian restaurant that is housed in a 16th Century building in the heart of Norwich's city centre. With an extensive menu of regionally inspired Italian specialities, Trattoria Rustica is a busy restaurant with a great atmosphere, serving excellent food.
A traditional Victorian local serving an extensive menu of pub classics and daily specials in the heart of Norwich's Golden Triangle. Select where to eat - in the bar, bistro, upstairs restaurant, courtyard or garden and choose from a quick bite to a relaxing meal. Also serving breakfasts at the weekend and tasty Sunday roasts. Private hire is also available at The Unthank Arms.
Located close to the historic Cathedral in the heart of Norwich's city centre, The Tea House can be found tucked away in Wrights Court, a peaceful setting, yet just a stone's throw from the hustle and bustle of the city. A grade 2 listed building that serves homemade cakes, soups and sandwiches, amongst other delights.
The Hainford Chequers is a stunning 17th Century thatched cottage restaurant and bar in the heart of rural Norfolk and the pretty village of Hainford.
Serving traditional home cooked favourites, using locally sourced ingredients, The Hainford Chequers is famous for its amazing pies.