Category: Lunch 2 courses for £18 or 3 for £23

BISHOPS DINING ROOM

NORWICH   Bishop’s Dining Room and Wine Bar is a small and intimate restaurant perfectly situated on St Andrew’s Hill, which is the oldest lane in Norwich. Offering everything you would expect from a fine dining restaurant — and more besides. The welcoming, relaxed atmosphere will ensure you and your guests have an experience to treasure. […]

Published on: 10 February 2017
Posted by: Julie Mace

DON TXOKO

NORWICH       LUNCH MENU 2 courses for £18 or 3 for £23 (click to view) Burnt Leek – GF, VG Chestnut mushroom, black garlic puree, watercress. Grilled Sardines – GF, DF : F Garlic, Lemon, Parsley Grilled Chorizo – GF : G, M, SU Apple Cider, Runners Jamon Croquetas : C, G, M […]

Published on: 5 February 2017
Posted by: Julie Mace

FARMYARD

NORWICH Farmyard is a ‘bistronomie’ style eatery; A mash up of a relaxed bistro experience but using the same top notch quality produce and bold, vibrant flavours as top notch, fine dining gaffs. Their approach is simple; hand picked ingredients, great cooking, carefully chosen wine and fantastic service in a refreshingly contemporary space. LUNCH MENU 2 […]

Published on: 25 January 2017
Posted by: Julie Mace

ST ANDREWS BREWHOUSE

NORWICH At St Andrews Brewhouse there are three things they are truly passionate about: Great beer, great food and great service! A real gem among all the restaurants and pubs in Norwich, and home to their very own micro-brewery, bar and restaurant as well as some great weekly events. Being in the heart of Norwich […]

Published on: 15 January 2017
Posted by: Julie Mace

GEORGIAN TOWNHOUSE

NORWICH The Georgian Townhouse is a hidden city oasis where you can go to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Combining Georgian interior design with an enormous walled garden, locally sourced quality produce, evolving seasonal menus, and an extensive selection of craft beers, wines and spirits, The Georgian Townhouse is one of Norwich’s best kept secrets. […]

Published on: 10 January 2017
Posted by: Julie Mace