Restaurants In Norwich
you’re after a slap-up meal, spicy cuisine, a hearty
sandwich, a cheap but cheerful dinner or a takeaway, you
can find what you’re looking for in Norwich’s
vast range of eateries.
For that special occasion, whether it’s a business
meeting, romantic liaison, or a celebration, check out
the city’s offering of swanky
restaurants and café-bars.
For truly spectacular cooking head to Adlard's Restaurant
which offers a British menu with French influences, or By Appointment [map],
a trendy restaurant set in a former merchant’s house
in St George’s Street.
Don’t worry if your budget is at the other end of
the scale because there are plenty of eateries in East
Anglia's capital city that offer basic no frills food
for a bargain price.
Try the Lucky Star Chinese Buffet Restaurant [map] on Queen’s Road, which offers set-priced
all you can eat lunch and dinner menus, with a choice
of up to 43 dishes.
Alternatively, you could head for the St Andrew’s
Hall Crypt Coffee Bar [map],
which is well known among locals for offering bargain
meals and delicious cakes.
If you’re eating on the move, then nip into one
of the many sandwich bars or takeaways in the
city centre and its surrounding areas.
Favourites with workers, shoppers and students are Britons
Arms Coffee House [map] on Elm Hill, which offers homemade snacks and cakes,
and Marmalades [map] in the Royal Arcade, where you can grab a sandwich,
baked potato or Danish pastry.
To enjoy a takeaway pizza you could place your order at
one of the global chains like, Domino’s Pizza
[map] or Perfect Pizza [map],
which both have branches in Norwich.
For Chinese cuisine you could try the Hong Kong [map],
which has a great authentic menu, or for Indian food head
to the Lucky Tandoori [map].
When it comes to the morning
after the night before fear not, this city has plenty
of great cafés with menus that are sure to help
relieve your hangover. Breakfast bagels and sandwiches
can be bought at O’Brien’s Irish Sandwich
Bar [map] on St Stephen’s Street, while Fatso’s
Speakeasy Restaurant [map] is great if you need some seriously fatty food.
Finally, if you want to test out Norwich’s long-standing
reputation for different cuisines then why not sample
some of the international restaurants the city has on offer.
The Sugar Hut [map] on Opie Street is regarded as one of the best Thai eateries
in the country, while the Shiki Japanese Restaurant
[map] offers some great sushi and Japanese tapas.
But for something completely new head to the hugely popular Three Ways Lebanese Restaurant [map] on Brigg Street, which has a large menu of mezze, grills,
fish, cous-cous and vegetarian dishes.
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