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Costa Coffee has announced its Christmas 2018 menu and revealed the seasonal cup designs.

They say you should never mess with a classic – but Charlotte disagrees. Try making her espresso walnut, rum and chocolate slices.

A Norwich craft beer pub is putting the ‘T’ into afternoon tea by serving a special G&T version.

Food and drink editor Charlotte Smith-Jarvis shares some of her favourite ways to improve your cakes, biscuits and desserts.

As the weather cools down it’s time to crank up the heat! October 22 sees the beginning of our nation’s ode to the curry. Where will you decide to eat? Here’s a few suggestions to get you started…

Thousands of people celebrated local food, drink and entertainment at this year’s Porkstock festival at the Norfolk Showground.

Pig out and help raise money for Nelson’s Journey at Porkstock 2018.

It is one of the most celebrated restaurants in the East of England and is one of only two in Norfolk with a coveted Michelin star.

A Norwich cafe has given its afternoon tea a festive makeover.

Morrisons has launched an eight chilli rated curry after customers complained that the supermarket’s hottest curry wasn’t hot enough.

The owner of a riverside pub in the city has called TripAdvisor the bane of his life after a customer criticised the food and service.

Raise a pint of Guinness as a new pub is bringing the luck of Irish to the city.

The Flitch of Bacon in north Essex has joined the starry heights of cooking with Morston Hall, The Neptune Inn and Midsummer House.

The charming thing about cuisine from the German-speaking part of the world is that it usually comes with a foundation story.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis shares her tips for the ultimate cold-weather breakfast.

Business duo celebrate award and open a new restaurant in Wroxham.

A city restaurant is celebrating a slice of success after making it to the finals of the English Italian Awards 2018.

The taste of the East End proved such a hit that the opening of a traditional pie and mash shop in Norfolk has seen them sell out of pies.

Just 15 minutes out of Norwich and on the edge of the Broads, The Ship Inn is a busy village pub with a menu strong enough to attract trade from further afield. Lauren Cope put it through its paces.

Dare to go to the dark side with these cookies

If you’re a coeliac, eating well, and cheaply is very possible says newly diagnosed Anna Norman.

The landlords of a popular Norwich pub which is celebrating its tenth year have told of their sadness at seeing other watering holes fall by the wayside.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis attempts to make a lunchbox classic - the Wagon Wheel.

From acai bowls to avocado toast, brunch and breakfast are quickly becoming the food world’s trendiest meals.

Raise your glasses as a wine cafe is opening its doors in the city.

Have you got a smoking gun or a sous vide?

A Great British Bake Off contestant and top chefs from across the county are heading to the Norfolk Showground for Porkstock 2018.

Locally-sourced, fresh and seasonal produce, daily specials, plenty of variety – these are goals every restaurant aims to attain. And they’re also on the menu as standard at the new restaurant at the James Paget Hospital.

Members of our Norwich Remembers Facebook group have been sharing their favourite fish and chip shop memories.

Join the Slow Food movement at a foodie festival in Aylsham this October.

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