you’re tired of the usual foods restaurants have
to offer then why not make the most of your trip to Norwich
by heading to one the many eateries that offer something
a little different.
You can find everything from Japanese and Thai to Lebanese
and Mexican in this city so read on for suggests of restaurants
with a difference in Norwich.
For starters you could try a little French cuisine at Auberge [map] on Timberhill, which has a relaxed atmosphere, comfy sofas
and friendly staff.
There’s more authentic European food to be had at Drayton Restaurant [map] on the outskirts of the city centre, which offer good
carvery and a la carte menus along with a vast wine
If you’re looking for a taste of the Orient then
why not book your table at The Sugar Hut [map] on Opie Street, which is regarded as one of the best
Thai eateries in the country, or the Shiki Japanese
Restaurant [map] on Tombland, which offers a variety of sushi and Japanese
Norwich also has its fair share of Chinese restaurants,
including Canton Chinese Restaurant [map] on Thorpe Road, which is one of five family-run eateries
in East Anglia.
Those who like spicy food will probably love a trip to Mambo Jambo [map] on Lower Goat Lane, where you can taste Creole, Cajun
and Mexican cuisine. This place has plenty of daily
specials along with mouth-watering desserts.
The city is also home to the hugely popular Three Ways
Lebanese Restaurant [map] on Brigg Street, an intimate little eatery overlooking
the historic Gentleman's Walk. With its large menu of
mezze, grills, fish, cous-cous and vegetarian dishes,
along with a wide selection of Lebanese wine, this place
will leave you spoilt for choice.
Other restaurants worth checking out include the Prince
of India [map] on Prince of Wales Road, which specialises in
Tandoori, Buhari and Peshwar food, and the Media Restaurant
[map] on the same road, which has a great selection
of Mediterranean dishes.
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