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East Anglian chefs and producers nominated in the new Eat Game Awards.

The hotly anticipated Ivy Brasserie is about to open its doors, so we took a sneak peak inside to find out what you can expect.

Former Norfolk resident showcasing the very first UK-made sake at Norwich’s Sushi and Sake Festival.

Have a lay-in and wake up to these filling Dutch style pancakes.

A chip shop with a twist has opened its doors in Cromer and is bound to spice up your next trip to the seaside.

While it might seem an odd thing to enjoy, I love cafés and restaurants with concise menus.

New German-style beers being brewed on the East Anglian coast.

Back in the mists of time (about 2010) beer festivals were relatively rare. Today, they are ubiquitous (which would be a good name for a beer).

A Norfolk business which sells giant buckets of chips with homemade toppings is set to open in Cromer and Norwich.

I first discovered Wiveton Hall Cafè a couple of years ago, remembering being impressed by its seasonal menu and delicious food I was keen to return for a review to see if it lived up to my memories.

Erpingham House at 22 Tombland has only been open for a few months.

A Suffolk brewery has launched a new bottling line to keep up with soaring demand for its alcohol-free beers.

This year’s hopefuls vying for the title of Norfolk Chef of the Year have now done all they can, having served up three meticulous dishes in the tasting heats.

There is a jam-packed programme of food and drink events taking place across the county this summer.

September will get off to a mouth-watering start with the North Norfolk Food and Drink Festival returning to Holkham Hall.

The chain restaurant has a special offer on this month.

When it’s sultry we need something chilled to take the edge off the heat and humidity. Steven Russell asked bars, cafes and hotels to nominate their coolest cocktails. Plus a cheeky one at the end… Ballingaddy Gold? White Lady? What would you go for?

Everyone knows the Rooftop Gardens in the Union Building but there is a second rooftop bar in the city that not many people have heard of.

What takes your fancy this summer? A wizard-themed spectacle or a vintage afternoon tea?

Wine lovers rejoice as Norwich is set to get a cafe dedicated to your favourite tipple.

Food artist Sarah Hardy’s carving out a tasty name for herself.

Raise your glasses as all your favourite drinks will be celebrated in style at a new festival in the city.

Opened in 2000, The Belgian Monk in Norwich was designed to make the diner feel like they could be sitting in a kroeg in Bruges.

Enjoy sandwiches and scones with views across the city skyline as the Rooftop Gardens is now serving afternoon tea.

Learn from the best on the Porkstock 2018 cookery stage.

The manager wants to bring an Ibiza feel to Norwich

The owner of a Spanish restaurant in the city has revealed why he is selling the business.

Event, part of Norwich Craft Beer Week, is ‘ramped up’ for 2018.

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