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Delia's Restaurant & Bar
Delia's Restaurant & Bar is the only restaurant in the world where you can enjoy a range of Delia Smith's recipes cooked to her own high standards. Warm, friendly service and a relaxed atmosphere make this establishment the perfect choice for celebrating the weekend. Delia's Restaurant & Bar is open every Friday and Saturday 7pm until late, a three course meal followed by coffee and chocolates is just £29.50 per person. There is ample free parking available.
Address: Norwich City Football Club, Carrow Road, Norfolk
Price range: £35 and under
Cuisines: British

Concorde Restaurant
Just two miles from Norwich City Centre, the Concorde Restaurant in the Holiday Inn Norwich does a fabulous traditional carvery lunch. Start with roast tomato and red pepper soup, or browse the cold table groaning with salads, seafoods, pâtés and continental meats. Then launch yourself on the impressive joints of meat: there’s roast beef and Yorkshire pudding, roast turkey with all the trimmings and honey-roasted gammon with English mustard. If you’re not in the mood for a roast, try sautéed chicken with lemon and chorizo sausage, baked supreme of salmon with capers and olives, tortellini formaggio with a creamy pesto sauce or good old-fashioned lasagna. Finish with cheese and biscuits, fresh fruit salad or some naughty-but-nice cakes and pastries.
Address: Holiday Inn Norwich City Airport, Cromer Road, Norfolk
Price range: Under £24 / €34
Cuisines: British

The Mad Moose Arms & 1 Up Restaurant
Totally transformed by a recent re-fit, The Mad Moose in Norwich is everything you’d want in a warm and friendly local, though this certainly isn’t your normal, run-of-the-mill bar. Walk in and on the ground floor you’ll find the laid back Mad Moose bar, serving up a good variety of drinks, ales, wines and the like. Just upstairs is the 1 Up Restaurant – a far cry from your usual pub grubbery, complete with neutral walls, rich wood, beautiful table settings and delicious modern British menu. Tuck into rump of English lamb, creamed white beans, Jerusalem artichokes, confit garlic wilted baby spinach and truffled herb jus.
Address: Warwick Street
Price range: £25-£34 / €35-
Cuisines: British

Tootsies - Norwich
Should you find yourself in the mood for a burger while out and about shopping in Chapelfield, Norwich’s main shopping area, pop into Tootsies. The upmarket chain specialises in above-average burgers, from your classic cheese, to the jalapeno, a Tootsies institution made with jalapeno guacamole, Monterey Jack cheese, red onion, hot sauce and sour cream, £8.95. But that’s not all. Satisfying brunch options (full English breakfast, pancakes, fruit) sit alongside big seasonal salads, sandwiches, steaks and chargrilled meat mains. Tootsies Norwich is big on families, day and night. All children are given crayons and paper, and a choice of organic meals from the junior menu. An easy-going venue run by friendly staff.
Address: Unit MW10 , 409 Caplefield Plain
Price range: £24 and Under
Cuisines: Other

St Benedict's Restaurant
St Benedict's is an authentic French bistro in Norwich's quirky St Benedict's Street. Friendly and relaxed, the dining room attracts Francophiles and fashionistas alike, and is perfect for an indulgent late-night meal, post-shopping pick-me-up or a chic chocolat chaud with friends. We love the slow-cooked crispy duck with braised chicory balsamic reduction and grilled naval orange and the double baked cheese souffle. St Benedict's warm, Van-Gogh-esque navy and yellow interior, sensational wine list and fantastically French waiting staff will transport you across the channel before you can say steak frites.
Address: 9 St Benedicts Street
Price range: £24 and under
Cuisines: British

Pinocchio’s Restaurant
Style rules at Pinocchio’s, Norwich’s most attractive Italian restaurant, owned by the couple behind Pulse Bar and Cafe and The Library Bar and Grill. Nestling behind a traditional listed shop front, the dining room is simply decorated and furnished – huge murals complement basic, comfortable seating and immaculately laid tables. Meanwhile stripped wooden floors give the room a rustic warmth, backed up by friendly, welcoming service. The extensive menu offers those traditional Italian dishes you couldn’t be without alongside the odd imaginative addition. Whether it’s pasta, pizza or mouthwatering meat dish, you won’t be disappointed with taste, presentation or portion.
Address: 11 St Benedicts St
Price range: £24 and under
Cuisines: Mediterranean

Pulse Cafe and Bar
Looking for wow factor? Look no further than Pulse Café and Bar, a stylish offering from the team behind St Benedict’s Restaurant and Pinocchio’s. Café by day, bar-cum-restaurant by night, Pulse is an uber-cool hangout popular with young professionals and students alike. The warehouse style interior boasts hulking wood beams, clapperboard ceiling and antique brick walls, all set off by contemporary furniture which could well have come from our favourite high end interiors boutique. When summer comes though, don’t miss the relaxing courtyard, filled with flowers. Using fine organic produce the kitchen conjures up a world of delicious vegetarian food which will leave you wondering if you really need to eat meat ever again.
Address: The Old Fire, Station Stables, Labour In Vain Yard, Guildhall Hill
Price range: £24 and under
Cuisines: Other

The Library Bar and Grill
The largest Norwich project to date from Jayne and Nigel Raffles, The Library Bar & Grill takes its cue from sister establishments Pinocchio’s and St Benedict’s by combining style, atmosphere and good food but on a larger scale. Set in a building dating back to the 1830s, The Library Bar and Grill mixes old fashioned exterior with a gorgeous contemporary interior. The original panelling, shelving and lighting remains inside where a wow factor glass ceiling allows light to stream over the designer-feel place settings. Elsewhere a courtyard overlooks the hustle and bustle of Norwich’s market place while a lounge bar and gallery make The Library a totally multi functional venue. For added dazzle, delicious brasserie food is cooked on a wood fired grill.
Address: 2a Guildhall Hill
Price range: £24 and under
Cuisines: Other

Roast @ The Oaklands Hotel
Set in the family-owned Oaklands Hotel only minutes from Norwich's city centre, Roast is a stylish restaurant serving – you guessed it – delicious and traditional British food. With a contemporary country-house feel, Roast has polished wooden tables, cream leather banquettes and friendly down-to-earth staff making the restaurant popular with local couples and families as well as hotel guests. Roast's sumptious signature joints – prepared with locally sourced seasonal produce - are served to your table from a silver trolley. We recommend the Blythburgh pork with Bramley apple sauce served with rosemary roasted potatoes, buttered green beans and carrots; or try the delicious the lamb shank with red onion gravy and mashed potatoes or even the vegetable hot pot with a sage and Stilton crust.
Address: Oaklands Hotel, 89 Yarmouth Road
Price range: £25 - £34
Cuisines: Other

Norwich is fast becoming the gastronomic centre of East Anglia, with gorgeous new restaurants springing up on every corner. Among the best is Indulge, a superb bar and grill with its interior put together by some of the design minds behind some of London’s best looking establishments and a menu which combines modern and traditional food. So expect to find sleek white and wood in the dining room, contemporary but classic styling in the bar and a surprising atmospheric private area in the shape of the vault. The Chef’s passion for food shines through in an extensive menu that uses beef from Norfolk’s fields and brings together the very foods that shaped us with the foods that are getting us talking today.
Address: 1 Queens Street
Price range: £24 and under
Cuisines: Other

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