Norfolk pubs to star in new Mustard TV show
- Credit: Mustard TV
Pub lovers will be able to revel in a new Mustard TV show celebrating Norfolk pubs.
The 6 of the Best programme, hosted by presenter Darren Eadie and in association with Lacons Brewery, starts this Friday in the 6.30pm Mustard Show.
It features different drinking venues around the county every two weeks.
Mustard TV producer Kiernan O'Shea writes about the first pub to star in the series - Norwich's Warwick Street Social.
'When is a Snickers not a Snickers? When it is a bona fide, fine dining dessert.
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Just like the ones being served at Warwick Street Social.
'Now, where is Warwick Street Social?' I hear your stomachs cry.
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Well, 'what is Warwick Street Social?' might be the better question.
Because according to the new owners, Warwick Street Social is not a pub at all. It is not even a gastro pub.
Since it re-opened nine months ago, this hipster slice of Hoxton nestled right in the heart of the Golden Triangle is in fact an 'Urban Meeting Place'.
Perched high where Dover Street forks into Warwick Street, the erstwhile home of The Mad Moose is an impressive building.
The sleek grey and black façade reeks of cool but make no mistake – the welcome at the Warwick is most definitely warm.
The vibe is aspirational and in the wrong hands, a venue like this could come across as pretentious. But Greg Adjemian and Daniel Smith appear to be getting the balance just right offering a relaxed social hub, day or night.
As comfortable offering real ale and a roast on a Sunday as serving high-end cocktails on a Friday night.
Even early on a Monday afternoon, when we visited, Warwick Street Social is alive with happy chatter. There were as many mums pulled up with their pushchairs for a latte as there were punters eating their way through the lunch menu.
Put together by Smith – fresh from his latest star turn on the BBC's Great British Menu - it features an inviting array of inventive dishes from crab rarebit and modern fish and chips to the home-made peanut butter ice-cream.'