Food and Drink

Take a look at the winning creation for the Norfolk Bake-Off.

If you’re hosting a Halloween party this year then a cake is an ideal ‘treat’ that will look great among the decorations too. We asked Norwich cake maker Imogen Davison, of Sugar Buttons, some questions about spooky sponges.

Michelin star winning chef Galton Blackiston talks all things north Norfolk and how the coast inspires his cooking...

Folly Tearoom is a popular destination but does it live up?

Last week was National Seafood Week, designed to get more of us eating fish, more often. Here in East Anglia we propose that every week should be seafood week, after all we have more than our fair share of coastal delights. All aboard then as we check out some of the best seafood restaurants on offer.

Calling all food lovers! A celebration of street food and local produce is coming to Old Costessey.

A coffee shop is making the change from café to Cantina, as it turns to the dark side for its latest initiative.

One of Norfolk’s finest chefs will be celebrating the release of his latest cookbook tomorrow.

Norfolk-based Essence Foods launch tasty beetroot-based chocolate spread. Charlotte Smith-Jarvis found out more...

East Anglia’s packed with fantastic curry houses dishing up exotic creations from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Goa, Kerala, Nepal and beyond. If you’re looking for a new spot to tantalise your tastebuds, how about one of these?

Real Italian pizza has arrived at the renovated Royal Oak Pub in Beccles, but is it good?

Each month we search for a tasty tipple we think our readers will love and show how you can recreate it at home.

It’s National Curry Week, so there’s no better time to get yourself down to one of the brilliant curry houses the county has to offer. Here’s a look at some of the best, according to TripAdvisor ratings.

Ever wondered what your favourite curry says about you? Well, Wren Kitchens have got you covered.

Make the most of the game season with this delicious ragu sauce and pasta dish.

It’s that time of year again! Norwich Cocktail Week is upon us once more, here’s what you need to know about the event...

October 9-15 is National Chocolate Week, so to celebrate the occasion here’s a look at 25 chocolate delights our region has to offer.

Norwich’s food scene is improving all the time, but with so many brilliant independent businesses open across the city it can be difficult to keep track of all the tempting treats on offer.

Try over 15 types of locally produced sausage and vote for the best at this year’s Great Framlingham Sausage Festival on Sunday, October 8.

A new deli has opened on Prince of Wales Road in Norwich.

Celebrity chef Nigella Lawson is coming to Norwich.

Will The Iron House live up to expectations?

There are four rules of Steak Club; men-only (sorry), friends only (sorry), six chairs only (sorry), and well-done steak is never served (not sorry).

A Norwich business has launched a new venture in the city.

To celebrate National Cake Week (October 2-8), Courtney Pochin takes a look at some of the cafes, tea rooms and bistros where you can have your cake and eat it too.

Whippy Nick, a mobile ice cream business, is touring the county holding pop-up dessert nights.

A sizzling new business has opened in Cromer, bringing something new to the seaside town’s dining scene.

Make our unfussy, rustic Italian fig tart.

Deanna Tilston’s new brand, Tosier, is a range of four luxurious, single origin chocolate bars, made in East Anglia from scratch.

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