Friday, 30 November 2012

All day breakfasts in Norwich



Got up late and fancy a fry up? Here's a list of places in Norwich serving all day breakfasts. Check opening hours though as some places serve till closing but may close mid afternoon. 

Click on the name to find out more information.

7 Surrey Street
Bond Street Cafe
Cafe on the corner
Charlie's - Norwich Market 
Compleat Angler
Copper Kettle
Corner Cafe
Drayton Road Cafe
Ed's Easy Diner
Earlham Park Cafe
Giraffe
Harriets Tearooms
Harty's Diner
House cafe
Ivy's
Moonlight Cafe
No 33
Olives
Pig & Whistle
Primo Cafe
Stepping Stones Cafe
Storm in a Teacup
Sunny Side Up
The Green Grocers 
The People's Palace
The Plasterers Arms (Weekends only)
The Street Cafe
The Muddy Cup
The Rumsey Wells
The Rosebery (Saturday only)
The Unthank Kitchen
UEA Sportspark Cafe
Woodgrove Cafe



12 comments:

  1. The other good one to list would be sunday opening fry up places! After a recent visit to norwich I did find a place open but it wasn't easy, pretty much worked through your top rated till I found somewhere, forgot the place but it was down a smaller road near ASDA. Anywhere nice blog!

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    1. Cheers and great idea! Leave it with me.

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    2. I must second that, I'm generally on a fry up hunt on a Sunday morning, would be nice to know which ones were open.

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  2. We are glad we got pulled to the The Blue Boar public house after seeing their sign at the entrance to the pub..
    We are always on the lookout for good breakfasts and this one did not let us down,it was really well done...not greasy and good quality products ....we could not fault the offering at all and it came with tea or coffee....
    The staff were very caring and attentive.
    Top marks for the Blue boar....

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  3. I will visit the Blue Boar soon, cheers!

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  4. saints do breakfast all day my man.. everyday apart from sun.. it does say untill 11 on the menu but they do it all day

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  5. Morrisons Supermarket Cafe does all day breakfast too and is probably the cheapest breakfast in Norwich - the full veggie breakfast is around a fiver.

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  6. All day breakfasts are easy enough to find, but breakfasts at breakfast time are getting harder. Many places that advertise breakfast don't open till 8 or later. Too late for most people on their way to work or a meeting. Very frustrating.

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    1. I know what you mean, a couple on the list open early though, Harty's Diner and Bond Street Cafe

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  7. we are open week days 630am to 230pm and weekends 8am to 2pm saturday and sunday

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    1. Hi Amanda, which cafe are you referring to?

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