Quality of Norfolk eateries on the rise says top Norfolk chef Eric Snaith
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The quality, variety and standard of cooking in Norfolk is on the rise. Eric Snaith, head chef at Titchwell Manor, said the number of eateries in Norfolk had grown substantially over the past 10 years to a point where there was an exceptional variety on offer.
'Norwich is a really good example of this,' he said. 'There are so many different places to eat and the variety and standard of the cooking is getting better all the time.'
He said the quality of local produce had a lot to do with the rise in standards. 'The produce and producers we have are some of the best in the world. Everyone coming here expects great seafood and shellfish but the standard of our lamb, beef and pork is really fantastic. Then we have Norfolk quail which is doing some of the best quail in the world.'
He said opportunities for food tourism were increasing all the time. 'I definitely think we could do more to promote the region for its food. There are a lot of independent restaurants and bars offering some great dishes, which is what people are really after.'
He said the quality of chefs working in Norfolk had also been improving. 'We have some really top chefs that have moved to the area and they all contribute towards improving the standards.'
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David Powles, editor of the EDP, said: 'I'm delighted that over the next four weeks we will be able to share with you some of their recipes, as well as help make it a bit easier to enjoy their food with a selection of great offers.'