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Fine Dining in Norwich Whether it’s a special occasion or you just fancy a slap-up meal, there are plenty of places in Norwich where you can enjoy a superb dinner in elegant splendour.

For starters there’s Delia's City Brasserie [map] at Norwich City Football Club, where you can enjoy gorgeous grub made from celebrity chef Delia Smith’s unique recipes.

As a director and life-long fan of the Canaries, Delia has vastly improved the catering facilities at Carrow Road in recent times with this restaurant being the flagship. Here you can choose from a good selection of fish dishes, such as swordfish, along with duck, steak, chicken and some vegetarian options.

Next up is Adlard's Restaurant [map] on Upper St Giles Street, which has been awarded a Michelin Star and called the restaurant in Norwich by the Sunday Times. Located close to the Roman Catholic Cathedral, this eatery serves a modern British menu with French influences in a relaxed and scenic atmosphere. You can choose from set lunchtime and dinner menus and the house wine starts at around £10.

Set in a former merchant’s house in St George’s Street, By Appointment [map] offers a splendid dining experience in timber-beamed rooms decorated with bright colours. The menu here is traditional English with a contemporary international twist, while the house wine starts at £9.50.

Situated on the outskirts if the city in Brundall, The Lavender House Restaurant [map] offers a regularly changing fixed price menu in the beautiful setting of a 16th century thatched house. But the chef here doesn’t just serve three great courses, he also sends out little tasters between each one for an extra special treat. This place is definitely worth the ride out of central Norwich.

Back in the city centre, the Loch Fyne Restaurant [map] on St Giles Street is one of best known eateries locally and offers a menu with a strong affiliation to fish and seafood. Like its sisters in other parts of the country, this restaurant is a firm favourite with politicians and local celebrities.

You’ll find more fine restaurants on Tombland in the city’s ancient quarter, including Tatlers [map], which is overlooked by the 900-year-old Norwich Cathedral, and The Aquarium [map], which has a good choice of modern cuisine and delicious desserts.

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