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What some may not know about Norwich, is that it’s an absolute haven for foodies. Packed full of independent restaurants, find dining experience, and street food treats, you are guaranteed some delicious nosh in this city.
Dining at The Assembly House is always a treat. This elegant Georgian hotel is known as one of the best spots for an afternoon tea in Norwich, with regular themed teas on the menu. There’s also a delectable lunch menu to get stuck into.
We recommend starting the day with the Beforenoon Tea. Served from 8am – 11.30am, you’ll get a small plate of one of their classic hot breakfasts, as well as three tiers of treats such as breakfast muffins and pastries.
To book a private dining room, and discuss the catering options available, call 01603 626402 or email [email protected].
Afternoon Tea available for 14+ guests at £28 per person, breakfast / brunch available for 20+ guests at £20 per person, traditional three course menus available for 14+ guests from £40 per person.
With interiors adorned with unique artwork referencing the local area, The Ivy Norwich Brasserie is the perfect location for a sophisticated dining experience. Brunch, lunch, cream tea, three course dinner or an evening of cocktails – there’s plenty of food and drink options to savour.
The restaurant has a dedicated space for groups, which seats up to 24 or 40 for standing canape receptions. Set menus from £20 per person. To book, email [email protected] or call 0203 971 2306.
The Cosy Club is a great place to go if you want the wow factor. Inside the restored old National Provincial Bank on London Street, you’ll find its original domed glass ceiling, and features such as the old bank vault doors. That’s all alongside comforting and warming food, and an impressive array of cocktails.
Tables for groups can be booked ahead online, or there are three private dining rooms which you can hire (minimum spend applies). For more information and to book, call 01179 388580.
Fancy having some of the best fish and chips in Norwich? The Grosvenor Fish Bar is hugely popular among locals in Norwich for serving up fresh and traditionally made fish and chips that just hit the spot.
Grosvenor has restaurant seating (or you can take away), and you can book after hours for groups, with set menus available. To book, call 01603 625855.
The Maids Head Hotel’s 2 AA Rosette WinePress Restaurant is one of Norwich’s finest dining establishments.
You can book out event rooms for private dining events, and catering is available for anything from intimate numbers to 80 in the WinePress restaurant and 120 in the Minstrel Suite.
There is a private dining menu created by the Chef, and casual dining options available. Pre-orders are required for large groups (finger buffets and hot fork buffets are an exception to this).
Buffets from £20pp. 3 course menus from £35pp.
For bookings contact [email protected] / 01603 272008