Where to eat in Norwich
Eating and drinking in the local area
If you need somewhere to stop while you’re on the go, take a look at some of the Norwich restaurants and cafes we’ve listed for you…
Strangers Coffee (20 minute drive)
Take a short break.
If you’re looking for a pick-me-up after a busy day, Strangers Coffee will give you the boost you need. With several types of high-quality coffee, and a small selection of food, you’ll be full of energy in no time. And, if you absolutely love the coffee, you’ll be able to buy a bag of beans to take home with you.
The Cosy Club (15 minute drive)
Get comfy at Cosy Club.
Converted from an old bank, Cosy Club in Norwich is the perfect place to go if you’re looking for a bit of glitz and glamour. With the high dome glass ceiling as the focal point of the restaurant and three private dining rooms, including one inside a converted bank vault, you’ll want your meal to go on forever.
COSMO (15 minute drive)
A foodie’s heaven.
Increase the anticipation and watch your food being cooked right in front of your eyes before you indulge in buffet style dishes like none other. Often described as ‘food theatre’ dining at COSMO is definitely an experience you won’t forget. It’s one of the best places to eat in Norwich.
Adam and Eve (20 minute drive)
Be a part of history.
With records dating all the way back to 1249, Adam and Eve is considered to be the oldest pub in Norwich. First run by monks, who gave ale to patients at the Great Hospital for ‘medicinal purposes’, the pub is now home to an award-winning garden, hearty pub food and (according to some) the 16th century ghost of Lord Sheffield.