One of the best ways to get to know a region is to eat and drink like a local. In Norfolk and Suffolk, there’s an abundance of amazing food, thanks to our long coastline and endless fields. Feeling hungry? Here are some of our top dining recommendations.
Some of the best dining experiences in Norwich
The Grosvenor Fish Bar is a traditional fish and chip shop, offering the usual fare including sea bass, tuna and mackerel in addition to wraps, sandwiches and burgers. With seating for up to 70 diners, it’s also fully licenced. Collection, delivery or eat in.
Cosmo Authentic World Kitchen offers a global tour of everyone’s best loved dishes. Whether you’re in the mood for delicious Thai curry or gourmet Japanese food, you’ll find all that and more at their all-you-can-eat buffet. Cosmo also serves some of the best pizza in Norwich, freshly cooked in their wood-fired stoves.
Brick Pizza combines the culinary prowess of Neapolitan food culture with the best local ingredients and a splash of innovation. Located in the heart of Norwich, the restaurant offers an authentic taste of Italy and features Norfolk produce. Check out social media for the latest menu information.
The Lamb Inn is the second oldest pub within the city centre and said to be haunted by at least three ghosts. Tucked in amongst Norwich’s busy shopping streets, it also boasts one of the best courtyards in the area. And as you’d expect from a traditional family pub, the menu offers great quality and range, whether you’re dining in the evening, enjoying a spot of afternoon tea or getting together with family and friends for a hearty Sunday roast.
The Bell Hotel is said to date from 1485 and later became one of Norwich’s leading coaching inns. Today, it’s a pub serving traditional real ales and a wide range of reasonably priced food including gourmet burgers, steak and chips, and freshly made pizzas. There’s plenty of seating outside on the shady terrace with views stretching along Castle Meadow.