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Bishop's Dining Room & Wine Bar
This bijou dining room nestled in the historic lanes of Norwich was created by local jeweller Robert Croydon, and Bishop's exquisite décor, attention to detail and bespoke British menu all reveal his unique and creative flair. Decorated with a neutral colour scheme, crystal chandeliers, all-white furniture and a nod towards Provence, this super-stylish venue is perfect for discreet business lunches, indulgent romantic dates and cocktails-and-live-music get togethers. The intimate dining room seats up to 20 people, making a great spot for small private parties, and signature dishes at Bishop's Dining Room include the rump of lamb with crushed white beans, ratatouille and broccoli, and the divine vanilla crème brûlée with shortbread.

Cuisine: British
Location: 8 - 10 St Andrew's Hill, Norwich, NR2 1AD [Map]

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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.

Cuisine: British
Location: Holiday Inn Norwich City Airport, Cromer Road, Norfolk, Norwich, NR6 6JA [Map]

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Oasis Finest Indian Dining
Any newcomer to Norwich will be delighted to discover Oasis Finest Indian Dining - an upmarket Indian restaurant located on Queens Road in a former 18th century chapel. This elegant building has a cavernous and modern interior, and the décor at Oasis features lemon and orange-sorbet hued walls, glossy wooden floors, leather seating and crisp white linens. The high ceilings make dining here feel like an event in itself, and this is a smart choice to impress your fellow diners. The menu at Oasis includes all of your old favourites, and the beautifully presented platters are perfect for sharing.

Cuisine: Indian
Location: 131 - 139 Queens Road, Norwich, NR1 3PN [Map]

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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.

Cuisine: Italian
Location: 11 St Benedicts Street, Norwich, NR2 4PE [Map]

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Pulse Café 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.

Cuisine: Vegetarian
Location: The Old Fire, Station Stables, Labour In Vain Yard, Guildhall Hill, Norwich, NR2 1JD [Map]

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Rare Grill and Steakhouse
The Rare Grill and Steakhouse is a chi-chi eatery tucked away inside the traditional Georgian House Hotel on Norwich’s upmarket Unthank Road. A departure from the classic hotel décor, Rare is a modern space dressed up in chocolate and plum tones, and the restaurant is popular for business dining as well as family celebrations and tables for two. Famous for its steaks and meat dishes, Rare also offers a variety of seafood and vegetarian meals and favourites from the kitchen include the pan-fried scallops with mango salsa and moon mushroom butter; the châteaubriand to share served with home-cooked chunky chips and Béarnaise sauce; and the black sea bream on a bed of leek and pea risotto with a balsamic reduction.

Cuisine: English
Location: 30 - 34 Unthank Road, Norwich, NR2 2RB [Map]

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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.

Cuisine: French
Location: 9 St Benedicts Street, Norwich, NR2 4PE [Map]

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Thai on the River
The award-winning Thai on the River restaurant in Norwich is an elegant venue with tranquil riverside views. The simple wooden interior of the floating restaurant has been designed around a central, candlelit statue of Buddha, who lends the restaurant a serene and calming vibe conducive to dates and relaxed meals with friends and family. The traditional menu at Thai on the River features fresh, delicate flavours: we recommend the Panang Kung Yai – jumbo prawns in a light tempura coating topped with a rich, spicy red curry sauce; the Drunken Duck roasted in a cloud of Thai herbs and spices; and the Hoi Chell Neung – steamed queen scallops served with a lemon, ginger, spring onions and soy sauce.

Cuisine: Thai
Location: Floating Restaurant, Riverside, Norwich, NR1 1EE [Map]

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The Arlington Grill and Brasserie
Located inside The George Hotel in Norwich, The Arlington Grill and Brasserie breathes a relaxed and friendly atmosphere catering to both residents and non residents alike, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the restaurant has a contemporary decor, complete with wooden floors and wood panelled walls, tan leather banquettes, and the kitchen has been awarded an AA rosette for its superb gourmet grill menu. Located on Newmarket Road, the Arlington Grill provides a perfect environment for entertaining clients or for romantic tete-a-tetes, and we highly recommend the salmon and chilli fishcakes with a citrus mayonnaise; the venison steak with a celeriac mash and a rich port wine sauce; and the baked lemon cheese cake for pudding.

Cuisine: European
Location: The George Hotel, Arlington Lane, Newmarket Road, Norwich, NR2 2DA [Map]

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The King's Head
The King’s Head is a little slice of heaven in Brooke which serves real ales, organic food and dollops of warm fuzzy feelings. This perfect village pub in Norwich has everything you need for a perfect Sunday afternoon; open fires, a sheltered garden, good papers and a wholesome British menu. The King’s Head serves everything from coffee and pastries in the mornings to old favourites, and the restaurant draws everyone from foodies and students to locals families. Don’t miss the confit duck with smashed winter roots and a honey and rosemary jus; the plaice cooked in King’s Head ale batter with chips, mushy peas and homemade beetroot tartare sauce; and the homemade crumble served with custard.

Cuisine: Gastropub
Location: 6 Norwich Road, Brooke, NR15 1AB [Map]

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