Norfolk and Waveney pubs and restaurants reopening in May

Landlady Kaeti Newport of the Smokehouse restaurant in the Grange Hotel at Ormesby St Margaret. Pict

The Smokehouse in Ormesby will be among the restaurants reopening on May 17 if all goes to plan. - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2020

If the government's roadmap goes to plan, after a month of al fresco eating and drinking, restaurants and pubs will be given the green light to reopen indoors from May 17.

While those which opened on April 12 outdoors are likely to expand that indoors, this list contains those which will be opening for the first time from May.

If you would like to see the list of those which opened on April 12 please click here.

Here are many of those aiming to reopen - if your restaurant, pub, café or bar isn't on the list, please email lauren.cope@archant.co.uk to be added on.

  • Assembly House, Norwich
  • The Golden Star, Norwich
  • Shiki, Norwich (18th)
  • The Leopard, Norwich
  • Ciscoe's, Norwich
  • Lollards Pit, Norwich
  • Erpingham House, Norwich
  • The Mischief, Norwich
  • Waffle House, Norwich
  • Rose Inn, Norwich 
  • Benoli, Norwich
  • Trattoria Rustica, Norwich
  • Wallow, Norwich
  • Benedicts, Norwich
  • Middletons, Norwich and Middleton
  • Compleat Angler, Norwich
  • The Wine Cellar, Norwich
  • Prime at the Edith Cavell, Norwich
  • Pinocchio's, Norwich
  • Stoke Mill Contemporary Fine Dining, Stoke Holy Cross
  • River Green, Trowse
  • Salhouse Lodge Inn, Salhouse
  • The Wildebeest, Stoke Holy Cross
  • Arbuckles, Downham Market
  • Downham Tandoori, Downham Market
  • Bird in Hand, Wreningham
  • Coral Bay, Gorleston
  • The Wheatsheaf, West Beckham
  • Ingham Swan, Ingham
  • Roman Camp Inn, Aylmerton
  • Titchwell Manor, Titchwell
  • The Duke's Head, Somerleyton
  • The Gull Inn, Framingham Pigot
  • Roydon White Hart, Diss
  • The Smokehouse, Ormesby
  • Hermanus, Winterton
  • Fishermans Return, Winterton
  • The Grove, Cromer
  • Red Lion, Cromer

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Man hand holding a half pint of beer from a wooden table in an English pub.

Pubs will be gearing up to open indoors from May 17. - Credit: Getty Images/iStockphoto


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