Headed up by award-winning chef Alex, Warwick St Social is another Golden Triangle gem. The restaurant and bar serves up affordable lunch and dinner menus that change daily, with a contemporary edge that gives the food flair enough to impress without being overly showy, and some dishes that have come across from sister restaurant the Ingham Swan. Continue reading
The top aim at Mitre is simple, so simple that they made a hashtag for it: to create #APublicHome. And when we visited on one sunny spring day, a home is exactly what it felt like, with comfy sofas, big slices of cake, and a range of nooks and corners to suit everyone. Continue reading
Let’s get fancy! We’re heading back down St Benedicts but to a very different place: the triple AA Rosette-awarded Benedicts restaurant. Despite a simple, stripped-back interior, the restaurant’s offering is anything but simple, with a team led by Great British Menu’s Richard Bainbridge creating a seasonal, local menu that takes familiar ingredients and makes them into something new and stunning. Continue reading
This year marks an important milestone for The Waffle House: at home in a small, unassuming space on St Giles, it’s been serving waffles for birthdays, dates, anniversaries, and just-because treats for 40 years. Ask almost any Norwich native for their recommendations and it’ll feature on the list. Continue reading
That sweet tooth is still in action! Today, one of the city’s cutest independent shops, and the home of that hot chocolate: Macarons & More. At the end of the Royal Arcade, M&M boasts, of course, a counter full of dainty macarons, with flavours changing with the seasons and animals popping up every now and then.
If the headlines are to be believed, young people in particular love houseplants and going out for coffee – which makes Cafe Jungle, part of Urban Jungle in Old Costessey, the place to be. Continue reading