Food & Drink

There’s plenty to eat and drink up and down the Wherry Lines, whether you fancy traditional pub grub, an unforgettable culinary experience or good old fish and chips by the sea

Norwich Market

Norwich Market is one of the largest and oldest open-air markets in the country

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The Assembly House

Located on Theatre Street, the Assembly House is a beautiful Georgian Grade I listed building

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Norwich Lanes

Exploring the historic Norwich Lanes is one of the best ways to spend your time in Norwich

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Norwich Beer Festival

The annual Norwich Beer Festival draws crowds from all over the country and runs from 22nd to 27th October 2018

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The Fritton Arms

The Fritton Arms is a beautiful 16th-century manor set within the beautiful Suffolk countryside

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The Duke’s Head

The Duke’s Head is a old-fashioned gastropub only a couple of minutes walk from Somerleyton marina

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Priory Farm Restaurant

Priory Farm Restaurant is a restaurant in a cosy converted barn situated within a working farm

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The Yare

A stone's throw from Brundall station, you'll find the Yare pub

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The Ship

The Ship freehouse is located by the River Yare, nestled near the Reedham Swingbridge

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The Lord Nelson

Located by the River Yare, the Lord Nelson public house is a traditional local pub

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