Two Norfolk restaurants have been recognised for both their top-notch food and value for money by The Good Food Guide. 

The prestigious guide has just released an article online highlighting the best set lunches in Britain for under £40pp. 

While lunch menus may be shorter than in the evening, at these places the quality of ingredients and skill of the chefs is consistent all day. 

READ MORE: Dessert bar with conveyor belt of treats opens in Norwich

The first to feature is Benedicts in St Benedicts Street in Norwich, which opened in 2015 and recently underwent a big refurbishment.

Eastern Daily Press: The Wiveton Bell features in the list of great value set lunchesThe Wiveton Bell features in the list of great value set lunches (Image: Google Maps)

It is run by BBC2's Great British Menu winner Richard Bainbridge and his partner Katja and it features in The Michelin Guide 2023.

The Good Food Guide said: "This is a first-rate restaurant in the heart of Norwich, and a cracking-value spot for lunch too.

READ MORE: Bar 'packed' after huge refurbishment to celebrate town's Abraham Lincoln links

"Three courses plus fabulously delicious bread and butter will set you back £28."

Also featured is The Wiveton Bell, near Blakeney, with a fixed price midweek menu of £22 or £28.

The Good Food Guide said: "It is straightforward fare done well with provenance carefully noted." 

The Norfolk Food and Drink Awards 2023, brought to you by Norfolk Magazine in association with the Eastern Daily Press, will recognise and celebrate the incredible food and drink sector.

We have 11 categories open for entry, so nominate your favourites, or enter your foodie business now at