East Anglia Restaurants

In summer the coast gets so packed with people that reservations are essential at restaurants. Getting something to eat at other than regular mealtime hours isn’t always possible in small towns; head to cafés if you want a midmorning or after-lunch snack. Look for area specialties, such as crab, lobster, duckling, Norfolk black turkey, hare, and partridge, on menus around the region. In Norwich there's no escaping the hot, bright-yellow Colman's mustard, which is perfect smeared gingerly on some sausage and mash.

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  • 1. Jews House

    $$ | Modern British

    This intimate restaurant is one of Lincoln's oldest buildings, a rare survivor of 12th-century Norman domestic architecture and worth a visit...Read More

  • 2. Brown's Pie Shop

    $ | British

    More than you might imagine from the modest name, Brown's Pie Shop serves the best of old-school British food. Enjoy succulent beef, great desserts...Read More

  • 3. Pimento

    $ | Vegetarian

    Having made the arduous walk up the aptly named Steep Hill, you'll be pleased to find the excellent Pimento waiting for you. A highly regarded...Read More

  • 4. Pimento Tearooms

    $ | Café

    After climbing the aptly named Steep Hill, revive yourself with one of the 23 different teas or 15 coffees available here. Choose a cake or...Read More

  • 5. Wig and Mitre

    $ | British

    This pub-café-restaurant serves everything from breakfast to full evening meals in its old-fashioned dining room. The produce comes from the...Read More

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