Food Reviews

Living on the other side of Norwich, The Black Horse is far from my local.

Perched on Earlham Road, The Workshop has a exterior which oozes cool.

As first impressions go, the Green Dragon Tavern in Wymondham makes a very pretty one.

Before you even set foot into Britons Arms, you know you’re in the most ancient part of Norwich.

Any native Norwichian reacts in the same way when you tell them you’re heading to Frank’s Bar.

Just 15 minutes out of Norwich and on the edge of the Broads, The Ship Inn is a busy village pub with a menu strong enough to attract trade from further afield. Lauren Cope put it through its paces.

They say when you’re eating out abroad, you should go where the locals eat to get an authentic experience. So when Geraldine Scott wanted real dim sum in Norwich a restaurant popular with Chinese friends was going to be the place to go.

Louisa Baldwin tries Norwich’s new Indian street food restaurant.

Ciscoes is one of the few places in Norwich which residents will tell you: “You *have* to go to.”

Opened in 2000, The Belgian Monk in Norwich was designed to make the diner feel like they could be sitting in a kroeg in Bruges.

Cafe No.33 is one of those cafes that you’ve always wanted to try, but never managed to get a table in.

It was a familiar haunt which brought back memories of living at home. Geraldine Scott found out whether The Olive Garden in Gorleston still had the appeal.

I’ve had both the best and worst meals in the Lifeboat Inn, so I revisit the gastropub with the hope that third time’s a charm.

We try ditching the take-away and dining out at an Indian restaurant with a difference.

Hidden in a classic Norwich department store Emily Revell finds a breathakingly good café.

A sunny afternoon leads us to a pub with a popular beer garden.

It’s had several months to establish itself, but how will we rate The Surrey?

As the weather (hopefully) starts to turn, we take a trip to the countryside.

Will a popular Norwich Italian live up to expectation?

We visit a popular cafe in Diss.

Whether you’re feasting on a towering burger or chowing down on a stack of ribs, it’s clear the meat market is overcrowded, so to stand out your humble steakhouse has to have something special. Geraldine Scott finds out whether Middletons makes the grade.

In honour of British Pie Week 2018, we visited Flaming Galah’s The Aussie Pie Stop.

Is this village pub more than just a watering hole?

Will this market town have some haute cuisine?

Our reporter re-visits an old haunt.

We explore a cool café and place to stay.

Will Café Pure’s second city location live up to expectation?

Was the family-owned free house pub and restaurant up to scratch?

It’s a family rite of passage in Norwich, but does the relatively new Zak’s restaurant in Thetford make the grade?

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