Eating In or Eating Out

The Assembly House in Norwich has launched a themed afternoon tea to celebrate their reopening and it will leave you screaming for ice cream.

Kofra has opened the doors of its latest city branch in the heart of NR3 and it has been created with social distancing in mind.

From scones with jam and cream to cheeses and charcuterie, a Norfolk business is delivering sweet and savoury grazing platters to your door packed with local produce.

Christophe’s Crêpes has been serving up sweet and savoury pancakes from its van in Norwich city centre for the last eight years and is now set to get its first shop.

A footballer from Norwich has used lockdown to finally achieve his goal of opening a street food van with his friend who owns a popular Chinese takeaway.

A new business is bringing a pizza the action to villages across Norfolk where residents can miss out on takeaways due to their rural location.

The landlords of Gibraltar Gardens in Norwich are reopening their doors on July 4 and have implemented social distancing in style with VIP pods and a fine dining marquee.

The Unthank Kitchen in Norwich is one of the many small businesses that will remain closed on July 4 as there simply isn’t the space to make social distancing work.

Most Read

Digital Edition

Read the North Norfolk News e-edition today