Five Norfolk eateries have been added to a prestigious food guide.

The Good Food Guide has revealed its 2023 list with five restaurants and cafes across the county being added.

Old Hall Farm Cafe, Stoke Mill, the Dun Cow, the Parlour and Wiveton Hall Cafe were included.

Old Hall Farm Cafe is a bright spot near the farm shop at Woodton's dairy farm, near Bungay.

The guide said the "local gem" has "spectacular breakfasts" such as eggs benedict, buttermilk pancakes and farmer's breakfast.

Stoke Mill, in Stoke Holy Cross, was rated good with "appealing bistro-style cooking" like tomato risotto, braised beef cheek and duck liver parfait.

It is connected to Store restaurant, which was awarded a Michelin star this year.

The Dun Cow, in Salthouse, has views of the marshes and was described in the guide as a "local gem".

The restaurant serves "generous fare" including Brancaster oysters, salmon tartare, french onion tart and lamb fritters.

The Parlour, in Binham, was described as a "local gem" in a "stylish, dramatic space".

Located next to Binham Priory in a working farm, the cafe serves gnocchi with wild garlic pesto, haddock kedgeree and smoked pork belly.

Wiveton Hall Cafe was described as eccentric, fun and friendly, with the guide calling it a "local gem".

The cafe in north Norfolk serves an "unconventional" menu with items like crab mayo sandwiches and falafel salad.

In Suffolk, there is one new addition to the list. The Brewers, a pub in Rattlesden, got a "good" rating.

In Cambridgeshire, there is also one new addition. Vanderlyle, a vegetarian restaurant in Cambridge, got a "very good" rating.