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Enjoy the ultimate dinning experience!

The Moveable Feast enables you to sample the delights of three different Norwich restaurants – all in one evening!

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The Dining Rooms

Housed in glorious vaulted rooms, formerly a buttery, and a smaller Georgian panelled room, The Dining Rooms offer a fabulous eating experience in beautiful surroundings. The kitchen team led by Steven Chilton have put together a wonderful menu using a wealth of seasonal produce and independent local suppliers. Their menu offers classic British dishes with an international influence, all prepared and cooked with skill, care and simplicity.

Cinema City, St Andrews Street, Norwich, NR2 4AD

Tel: 01603 623435 | Website: www.norwichdiningrooms.co.uk

Georgian Town House

At The Georgian Townhouse - or TGT as we like to call it, we've created a little hidden city oasis where you come to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Is it a pub, a restaurant or a hotel? Its Norwich's answer to all three - carefully blended together to create a quite stunning result.

30-34 Unthank Rd Norwich NR2 2RB

Tel: 01603 615655 | Website: thegeorgiantownhousenorwich.com

Maids Head Hotel

Set in the historic courtyard of the hotel, where in the 1780’s the first mail coaches arrived from London, the 2AA rosette Winepress restaurant is one of Norwich’s finest dining establishments, offering modern cuisine to today’s discerning diner.

20 Tombland, Norwich, NR3 1LB

Tel: 01603 209 955 | Website: www.maidsheadhotel.co.uk

St Giles House

A relaxed, comfortable dining experience set within a quirkiness unique to St Giles House Hotel with great service, friendly staff and delicious food.
Our locally sourced, seasonal menus offer you everything from Breakfast and Morning Coffees, Light lunches to 3 Course Dinner, not forgetting our renowned scrumptious Afternoon Tea experience.

41-45 St Giles Street, Norwich, NR2 1JR

Tel: 01603 275 180 | Website: www.stgileshousehotel.com

The Assembly House

This Grade I-listed splendour of the House is evident from the moment you approach our sweeping driveway and, once inside, there is romance hidden around every corner. From the sparkling chandeliers that make evenings glitter to the gorgeous gardens where you can sip ice-cold drinks or comforting hot chocolates, the 11 luxury bedrooms packed with sumptuous details to the glamorous dining room where we serve our famous Afternoon Tea, our aim is to exceed your expectations every time you visit.

Our restaurant is open daily, from breakfast to dinner, with menus by director and renowned Norfolk chef Richard Hughes, we host stunning weddings and impressive events and from January 2017 we will become the home of The Richard Hughes Cookery School, the inaugural winner of The British Cookery School of the Year. Come and celebrate every day at The Assembly House.

Theatre Street, Norwich, NR2 1RQ

Tel: 01603 626402 | Website: www.assemblyhousenorwich.co.uk

The Wine Cellar

The Wine Cellar is a piece of gourmet heaven born from an ethos of gorgeous wine, great food, and generous service.
Tucked away in the heart of Norwich, just a few steps away from the vibrant market place, a beautiful courtyard steeped in history is the setting for this charming hidden gem that has so much more to offer than just fantastic fine dining.
Classy and engaging, our venue is home to wine tastings, 100% locally sourced products, live music, corporate events, and exceptional service like no other.

Guildhall Hill, 8 Woburn Court, Norwich NR2 1JG

Tel: 01603 886100 | Website: www.winecellarnorwich.co.uk

Prime at the Edith Cavell

Tucked away within a chocolate-box setting, Prime at The Edith Cavell in Norwich offers chunky prime-cut steaks and a selection of grilled seafood. Food is served on a sizzling hot stone, where diners can cook their food to personal perfection.

7 Tombland, Norwich NR3 1HF

Tel: 01603 765813 | Website: www.theedithcavell.co.uk

St. Andrews Brew House

Here at St Andrews Brew House there are 3 things we are truly passionate about: great beer, great food and great service!

Established in 2015, we are home to our very own micro-brewery, bar and  restaurant.At St Andrews Brew House we take pride in using only the freshest local produce to keep our menus both seasonal and delicious.

Serving food all day every day with events like our own supper club. Where we combine both food and beer for a true brew house experience.

41 St. Andrews Street, Norwich NR2 4TP

Tel: 01603 305995 | Website: www.standrewsbrewhouse.com

Côte Brasserie

Côte Brasserie is inspired by the brasseries of Paris, championing relaxed all-day dining and serving authentic French classics made from great quality, fresh ingredients.  On the menu, you will find brasserie favourites such as steak frites, tuna Niçoise and moules marinières - when they are in season. For dessert, Côte's crème caramel and crème brûlée are house specialities and the warm chocolate fondant is always popular too! The wine list displays an in-depth knowledge of French wines and features reasonably priced wines from a variety of producers across France.

Open all day from 8am on weekdays and 9am on weekends, Côte serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, just like a true Parisienne brasserie. The friendly, yet professional, service, comprehensive and great value menu and high quality food makes Côte the perfect choice for dining any time of the day.

29 Exchange Street, Norwich, NR2 1DP

Tel: 01603 611440 | Website: www.cote-restaurants.co.uk/cote

The Black Horse

This historic public house has stood proudly for over 300 years situated in the popular area of the golden triangle in Norwich, In late 2015, owner Rose Hanison did major renovation work and breathed much needed love and care back into the building. The aim is to provide great quality food and drink with a friendly and relaxed service while retaining a traditional pub atmosphere and style.

50 Earlham Road, Norwich NR2 3DE

Tel: 01603 630880 | Website: http://theblackhorsenorwich.com/

North

The sister venue to Frank’s Bar, North, situated on Fye Bridge, brings Frank’s Bar’s established chilled out vibes to a north city space. Serving a variety of tasty treats to keep you going breakfast, lunch and dinner or maybe just quenching your thirst with a well earned cocktail in the courtyard. With the inimitable continental style table service ensuring a welcoming and relaxing atmosphere. Sharing the historic old merchant house with Anteros arts centre, this cafe bar bursts with creative goodness day and night.

7-8 Fye Bridge Street, Norwich NR3 1LJ   

Tel: 01603 620805 | Website: www.norwichnorth.co.uk

Benji's

For those who think that Benji's, housed on the second floor of Norwich's favourite independent department store Jarrold, is just about the scrumptious afternoon teas and cheese scones, think again. Executive chef Nick Harris has cooked for HRH Queen Elizabeth, Kylie Minogue and Elton John – to name a few. Having worked at prestigious establishments such as The Lanesborough in London's West End, Nick believes food should be fun as well as enjoyable, and has curated a delicious menu using a wealth of seasonal produce and independent local suppliers.

Benji’s, Second Floor, Jarrold, London Street, Norwich, NR2 1JF   

Tel: 01603 660661 | Website: www.jarrold.co.uk

Rooftop Gardens

Dine on the Norwich Skyline in the city's First Restaurant of it's kind: The Rooftop Gardens.
Our unique urban venue invites you to eat from our luscious modern menu, grab a drink from our vibrant bar and enjoy the stunning 360 degree panoramic view.
The Rooftop Gardens offers both a light and full dinner menu that is as stylish as it's surroundings. Inspired by contemporary favourites our chef uses locally sourced Norfolk ingredients to create everything fresh for you.
With two outside terraces it is the perfect venue to enjoy the views of Norwich's two iconic landmarks the Castle and the Cathedral. In winter the covered terrace is cosy with heaters and blankets and in summer you can enjoy delectable cocktail's under the heat of the sun!

The Union Building, 51 – 57 Rose Lane, Norwich, Norfolk, NR1 1BY

Tel: 01603 733044 | Website: www.rooftopgardens.co.uk

Coach & Horses

One of Norwich’s most historic pubs has relaunched with a new name behind the bar and a revamped menu with a global feel. The Coach & Horses pub on Bethel Street is owned by leading pub retailer and brewer Greene King, but responsibility for the business now lies with its new licensee Anthony Munro. The pub will build on its already strong reputation with an innovative world tapas menu promising 24 dishes on offer each day, a third of which will vegetarian options. These meat, fish and vegetable dishes will encompass tastes from across the globe while still providing an emphasis on locally sourced products.

51 Bethel Street, Norwich, NR2 1NR

Tel: 01603 618522 | Website: www.coachbethelst.co.uk

OPEN

Whether your requirements are for business or pleasure OPEN Norwich can cater for your every need.   As members of Proudly Norfolk, they pride themselves in using local ingredients and their menus offer everything from a stunning three course dinner to a special five course taster menu. Located in the former regional headquarters of Barclays Bank, OPEN can provide an exclusive private dining experience in their Grade II listed rooms for 8 - 40 people up to 300 seated banquets in their grand Banking Hall.

OPEN Norwich, 20 Bank Plain, Norwich, NR2 4SF 

Tel: 01603 252117 | Website: www.opennorwich.org.uk

Farmyard

Farmyard is a Bistronomy style restaurant. Where a relaxed 'bistro' experience meets the top-quality produce and vibrant flavours normally found in "gastronomic" fine dining joints. Everything is prepared in their open kitchen, including the sourdough bread, baked every day using their "mother" and handmade butter. Meat, fish and vegetables are cooked over charcoal on their "Bertha" oven for incredible flavour.
‘Our approach is simple; handpicked ingredients, great cooking, carefully chosen wine and fantastic service in a refreshingly contemporary space.’ 
Farmyard owners Andrew and Hannah have recently also acquired The Dial House in Reepham.

Farmyard Restaurant, 23 St Benedicts Street, Norwich, NR24PF 

Tel: 01603 733188  | Website: www.farmyardrestaurant.com

The William and Florence

Less a restaurant, more a place to enjoy top-notch food to share, to relax over and to fuel any social occasion!
Our menu features grazing boards with delicious antipasti, homemade pates, terrines and local smoked fish as well as creative vegetarian/vegan alternatives. If you fancy something tasty and filling, perhaps try our tartines – artisan Campagne bread topped with a range of delicious flavours.
Check out the blackboards for our daily specials – from seasonal fish, local pork, free-range chicken and imaginative vegetarian and vegan dishes – a small range of dishes to suit all tastes.

111 Unthank Road, Norwich, NR2 2PE 

Tel: 01603 660706 | Website: www.williamandflorence.co.uk

The Refectory at Norwich Cathedral

A place to meet and dine - The sister building of the Hostry Visitor & Education Centre, the Cathedral Refectory represented the first phase in a project to equip the Cathedral for the 21st century.
Designed by Sir Michael Hopkins and completed in 2004, the Refectory has won numerous awards. With its use of wood and glass set within ancient masonry, the building is startlingly modern but also harmonious within its surroundings.
A rather unique café experience by day (with phenomenally good scones and cake), the Refectory benefits from an in-house catering team and plays host to special events including wedding receptions and formal dinners.

65 The Close, Norwich, NR1 4DH 

Tel: 01603 218321 | Website: www.cathedral.org.uk/refectory

Giggling Squid

“We thought “we’ve made it – the cathedral is our neighbour!” If you know Tombland, it’s the lovely, large Grade II listed building right in the centre with the stained glass windows. Of course we loved it straight away (who wouldn’t?) but it was a challenge to make it feel cosy. I baffled the builders by asking them to help me re-create a pergola. Something to surprise guests with, and also to create a sub-space within a big space. They thought I’d really gone mad when I started weaving flowers through it! Feedback from our guests has been lovely, and the builders are eating their words.”

24 Tombland, Norwich NR3 1RF

Tel: 01603 667341 | Website: www.gigglingsquid.com/restaurant