An esteemed Norfolk restaurant has been named one of the best UK options for exceptional eating options under £100.

The Michelin-starred Meadowsweet, in Holt, has been included in the new ranking by the Good Food Guide.

The article states: "Linger over a lunch inflected with the flavours of Norfolk at this serene restaurant in Holt.

"At £75 it's a delicious steal and there are rooms above if you don't want to leave."

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The restaurant is run by chef-owner Greg Anderson and his partner Rebecca Williams, who leads front-of-house.

Meadowsweet became only the third restaurant in the county to receive a Michelin star in 2022 and retained it in 2023 and the recently-announced 2024 guide.

Its Michelin listing as a venue of high quality cooking states: "A lovingly restored Georgian building is the setting for this truly charming restaurant.

"You enter via the back of the building, through an illuminated garden, and are then warmly welcomed into a beautiful dining room, where the lovely handmade tables have the menu and cutlery hidden in a drawer.

"The finest local produce is delivered via a skilfully prepared tasting menu where deep flavours come together perfectly and no detail is overlooked."