Budget Restaurants in Norwich
may be rich in history and culture but eating here doesn’t
have to cost a fortune as there are plenty of restaurants
where you can enjoy fine food at a bargain price.
Always a winner when you’re hungry and short of
pennies is an ‘all you can eat’ Chinese
buffet, such as the one at Lucky Star Chinese Buffet
Restaurant [map] on Queen’s Road. For a set price the lunchtime
menu allows you to eat as much as you can from a choice
of around 25 dishes, while in the evening the choice
is increased to some 43 dishes.
Another way to keep it cheap is to try Spanish tapas,
which you can make as expensive as you can afford by
choosing from a wide variety of small dishes. The most
well known tapas bar in Norwich is probably La Tasca
[map] on Tombland, which is part of a national chain.
Here you can also enjoy reasonably priced tapas, paella
and Spanish wines and beers.
If it’s a taste of Italy you’re after then
why not try Bella Pasta [map] on Red Lion Street or Exchange Street, which offer
authentic cuisine with special offers at lunchtime and some evenings.
Another well priced eatery with a great reputation for
good food is Pizza Express [map].
Located at The Forum on Millennium Plain, this restaurant
is part of the national chain that offers Italian food
at reasonable prices in a trendy but friendly atmosphere.
This place is a hit with students, families and businesspeople
Other cheap and cheerful eateries worth trying include
the Briton Arms Coffee Bar [map] on Elm Hill, which serves home-cooked food at great
prices, and St Andrew’s Hall Crypt Coffee Bar
which offers bargain meals and delicious cakes.
Finally, you could always opt for a little fast food,
as Norwich is home to three Burger King restaurants
and four McDonalds. There is also a Pizza Hut on Orford
Place, which regularly has special offers available.
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