Tag: Dinner

42 King Street

42 King St

There’s one important thing you need to know before you go to 42: if you eat fish and meat, you’ve got to order the cod cheeks in chorizo cream. It’s their star dish, served with hunks of bread for dipping into the cream – but by no means is it the only thing this quirky little restaurant has to offer. Read More

North, Fye Bridge St

Vegetarian mezze at North, Fye Bridge St // NorEats

North, the sister cafe to Bedford St’s Frank’s Bar, has retained all of the charm of that smaller venue and sits perched next to one of Norwich’s post picturesque spots at Fye Bridge, offering a wide range of food for just about everyone. Read More

Warwick St Social, Warwick St

Mackerel starter at Warwick St Social, Warwick St

Headed up by award-winning chef Alex, Warwick St Social is another Golden Triangle gem. The restaurant and bar serves up affordable lunch and dinner menus that change daily, with a contemporary edge that gives the food flair enough to impress without being overly showy, and some dishes that have come across from sister restaurant the Ingham Swan. Read More

Benedicts, St Benedicts

Benedicts, St Benedicts

Let’s get fancy! We’re heading back down St Benedicts but to a very different place: the triple AA Rosette-awarded Benedicts restaurant. Despite a simple, stripped-back interior, the restaurant’s offering is anything but simple, with a team led by Great British Menu’s Richard Bainbridge creating a seasonal, local menu that takes familiar ingredients and makes them into something new and stunning. Read More

The Waffle House, St Giles

The Waffle House, St Giles

This year marks an important milestone for The Waffle House: at home in a small, unassuming space on St Giles, it’s been serving waffles for birthdays, dates, anniversaries, and just-because treats for 40 years. Ask almost any Norwich native for their recommendations and it’ll feature on the list. Read More

Jive Kitchen, Exchange St

Authentic Mexican food in the centre of Norwich: unexpected, but so, so good. Jive Kitchen, which sits at the top of one of the most stunning staircases we’ve seen, is situated opposite Jarrold on Exchange Street and serves burritos, tacos and the like with such strong dedication to Mexico’s food that the menu even has a key to translate some elements of the dishes. Churros and a wide range of tequilas have also found their home in the restaurant, which offers some great people-watching spots as well. With lunchtime take-out options and deals on throughout the week, there’s really no excuse not to take yourself on a little food holiday.
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Frank’s Bar, Bedford St

There’s a good reason Frank’s is a bit of a Norwich institution: it’s got all the cosiness of your best mate’s house, along with good and drinks galore. Yep, even for your pickiest friend, as the good folks at Frank’s offer vegan, veggie, and gluten-free goodies and are happy to modify a range of their dishes to accommodate dietary requirements. You can even settle down to a movie on a Sunday night.

In fact, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as the holy trinity of coffee, cakes, and cocktails, Frank’s is only a bunkbed away from being somewhere you may well like to move into.

If you like Frank’s, you’ll also love sister restaurant North. Click here to find out more.
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