A tasting menu restaurant based inside a 700-year-old mill near Norwich has been added to The Michelin Guide.

The coveted guide recognises the best places to eat in Great Britain and Ireland and the 2022 list, released in February, included 15 Norfolk restaurants.

One of these was Stoke Mill in Stoke Holy Cross, on the outskirts of the city, which also received a Michelin Plate as a mark of its food quality.

In 2021, Store opened in the back room of Stoke Mill, described as the "low-key, cool younger brother of the main restaurant". 

It serves tasting menus with wine pairings, using locally-sourced produce.

Eastern Daily Press: Inside Store at Stoke Mill in Stoke Holy Cross. Inside Store at Stoke Mill in Stoke Holy Cross. (Image: Archant)

The Michelin Guide just announced on its website that Store is one of the restaurants to be added this November. 

The listing said: "Chef Liam Nichols started his career at the Wildebeest Arms in this very same village and has since worked in some impressive kitchens.

"Located within Stoke Mill, Store offers an intimate, personal dining experience – and the friendly chefs are a big part of what makes it so special."

It comes ahead of the launch of the 2023 guide, with the release date to be confirmed.