Friday, 16 January 2015

Places to visit soon..

Readers of this blog often inform me of new places to visit in and around Norwich and beyond. Here is the list of places I hope to get around to visiting soon.

Bloomers & Danish - Norwich
Cellar House - Norwich
Cote Brasserie - Norwich
Copper Beach - Norwich
The Bull - Norwich
Magnolia's at Taverham Garden Centre
The Barn Cafe - Norwich
Cafe 33 - Norwich
Castle Carvery - Norwich
Brewers Fayre - Norwich
Coffee 213 - Norwich
The Woolpack - Norwich
Premier Inn - Norwich
Butterfly Cafe - Norwich
7 Heaven -  Norwich
Gojus - Norwich
Roots - Norwich
UEA Sportspark - Norwich
The Coffee Corner - Norwich
Roys Cafe - Norwich 

A bit further away but if I get the chance I also hope to visit..

Everydays a picnic - Bungay
Forget me knot - Lenwade
Scooters - Acle
Brunch - Aylsham
Jules Country Kitchen - Cromer Road
Green Pastures Garden Centre - Burgh Apton
The Cafe - Brooke
The Gull - (A146)
Jesters - Great Yarmouth
V's Cafe - Reepham
All things nice - Cawston
Rosy Lee's - Loddon
Posh Pigs - Beccles
Crown Carvery - Little Melton
The Old Tearooms - Aylsham
The Pigs - Edgefield
Jimmy's Cafe - Old Buckenham
 La Hogue - Chippenham
Beach Cafe - Overstrand

7 comments:

  1. Howdy, you should give the Yaxham Waters Cafe at the Caravan Park a visit, its on the Dereham - Yaxham road, open year round, 7 days a week giving freshly prepared breakfasts at reasonable prices. Well worth a trip IMHO !!

    Andrew M

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  2. Andy Murray following the Inspector...nice one ;-)

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  3. Silver Darlings at the Time and Tide Museum in Great Yarmouth. Full English - excellent quality proper sausages, great coffee. £5.40.

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  4. Two places that I don't think you have reviewed yet are:

    The Rumsey Wells

    Their website has: All Day Breakfast £7 (regular) £9 (big daddy)
    Picherings sausage, bacon, beans, hash browns, fried or scrambled eggs & toast; & black pudding, grilled tomoato (sic) for the big daddy.

    Also the cafe at UEA Sportspark

    The all day breakfast looks huge and only costs £4.95

    I haven't tried either of these yet.

    Regards and keep it up, I enjoy the blog.

    Richard




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    1. I didn't know aabout these places, now added to the list.
      Cheers Richard!

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  5. I'm going to the pigs next month for breakfast, curious as to what its like! :)

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