Food and Drink

Three of the nation's favourite things have come together for a bottomless prosecco, gin and cheese brunch and it looks like very gouda fun.

Food bloggers and diners are raving about the new food offering at The Fat Cat and Canary.

From fish and chips with a difference to a farm cafe, here are all the restaurants in Norfolk that feature in The Michelin Guide 2020.

Sharing platters, tasting menus and themed afternoon teas await you and your lover this February.

You can now enjoy a full English breakfast at home without needing to wash up piles of pans as a Norfolk pub has launched takeaway fry-up boxes.

New joint headline sponsors The Norfolk Hub, Norfolk Cottages and Woodfordes Brewery are joining forces with Proudly Norfolk to celebrate the county's diverse food and drink industry.

The rural inn, known for seasonal food and good beer on tap has been recommended by The Good Pub Guide.

With cold weather and the post-Christmas blues, a Norwich cake shop is making January a little sweeter by selling their products for £1 throughout January.

Eat out in Norfolk and vote for your favourite burger- with vegan, veggie and beef-free options included.

Nick Richards went chomping round his old stomping ground at Hingham's White Hart Hotel

Want to get away from it all closer to home? Our food and drink editor suggests a little escape only 30 minutes from the heart of Norwich.

A Norwich bar is toasting to success after they were named in the top five places to eat chicken wings in the country.

From the KFC vegan burger to the meat-free Steak Bake, vegans and vegetarians are simply spoilt for choice this Veganuary. But can junk food ever be considered 'ethical' - even when it contains no meat?

Love is in the air this February as a Jane Austen-themed afternoon tea is coming to Norfolk and if you have any Sense and Sensibility you won't miss it.

Nutrition expert Catherine Jeans shares vital tips to ensure you'll get all the goodness you need to keep you healthy on a plant-based diet.

You might want to rethink taking part in Dry January as a Norwich bar is launching bottomless cocktails all month to celebrate the start of the new year.

After the success of their vegan sausage roll, bakery chain Greggs has launched a version of its popular steak bakes with no animal products.

From open fire cooking, to bubble tea and nut butters- where can you try the new year's biggest food trends?

From dumplings to noodles, Chinese cuisine has always remained a firm favourite among Norwich diners.

Our reviewers have been out and about trying out your recommendations this year, as well as newcomers to the dining scene.

Here are just some of the pubs, cafes and restaurants which made an impression.

Mince pies are as much a part of Christmas cuisine as the pigs in blankets you put away and the sprouts you push to the side of your plate.

The owners of a Norfolk fish and chip shop are making sure it is the season of goodwill by giving away free meals to those in need on Christmas Day.

According to review website TripAdvisor, it is home to the best breakfast in Norwich. Lauren Cope visited The Street Café, at 147 Magdalen Street, to find out whether it lives up to the hype.

In 2019, 4.2 million people signed up for Dry January and swapped their favourite tipples with booze-free drink. If you're thinking of banishing the booze in 2020 or are the designated driver for those Christmas and New Year parties here are some tasty alternatives - many from East Anglia.

Whether you're in the mood for coffee and cake or fine dining, you'll find it in the Norwich Lanes. Here are just a few of our favourites.

Two Norfolk restaurants are toasting to success after being named among the top top 50 in the UK in the Harden Guide's 2020.

More than 100 restaurants, cafes, bars and pubs have signed up for Secret Menu Norfolk.

Brick Pizza has now made it easier to enjoy their popular pizzas at home after launching a frozen range with plans to stock in locations across the UK.

A new fish and chip shop has opened its doors in Norwich city centre and alongside traditional offerings, items such as battered pizza and chilli peppers are also on the menu.

Mince pies are a staple at Christmas time, with millions consumed every year during the festive period.

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