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. Aldeburgh Fish and Chip Shop

    $ | British

    A frequent (and deserving) entry on "best fish-and-chips in Britain" lists, Aldeburgh's most celebrated eatery always has a long line of eager...Read More

  • 2. Butley Orford Oysterage

    $ | Seafood

    What started as a little café that sold oysters and cups of tea is now a bustling restaurant, with a nationwide reputation. It has no pretenses...Read More

  • 3. Great House

    $$$ | French

    This excellent "restaurant with rooms" on the medieval Market Square takes deeply traditional flavors of the British countryside and updates...Read More

  • 4. 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

  • 5. Le Talbooth

    $$$ | British

    This sophisticated restaurant serving excellent British-French fare is set in a Tudor house beside the idyllic River Stour. Outside, there are...Read More

  • 6. Maison Bleue

    $$$ | French

    This stylish French restaurant, with the same owners as the Great House in nearby Lavenham, specializes in locally caught seafood. Typical choices...Read More

  • 7. Memsaab

    $ | Indian

    In a town ready to burst with cream teas, it's a bit of a surprise to find an Indian restaurant, let alone such an exceptional one. Among the...Read More

  • 8. Midsummer House

    $$$$ | French

    Beside the River Cam on the edge of Midsummer Common, this gray-brick 19th-century villa holds a two–Michelin star restaurant set in a comfortable...Read More

  • 9. Old Fire Engine House

    $$ | British

    Scrubbed pine tables fill the main dining room of this converted fire station near Ely Cathedral; another room, used when there's a crowd, has...Read More

  • 10. Adam and Eve

    $ | British

    Reputedly one of Norwich's oldest pubs, and one of the oldest in the country as a whole, this place dates back to at least 1249. From noon until...Read More

  • 11. Anchor Inn

    $ | Seafood

    This delightful little gastro-pub in Morston, 1½ miles west of Blakeney, has a cozy, coastal atmosphere. Crab burgers are popular, as are the...Read More

  • 12. 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

  • 13. Jamie's Italian

    $ | Italian

    Run by celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, this is one of the busiest restaurants in Cambridge, but the atmosphere is relaxed and casual, and the prices...Read More

  • 14. Loch Fyne

    $$ | Seafood

    Part of a Scottish chain that harvests its own oysters, this airy, casual place across from the Fitzwilliam Museum is deservedly popular. The...Read More

  • 15. Marlborough Head

    $ | British

    This friendly, 300-year-old pub across from Constable's school in Dedham serves traditional English pub food. Dishes such as bangers and mash...Read More

  • 16. Pickerel Inn

    $ | British

    This 600-year-old inn is home to one of the city's oldest pubs, making it a good stop for an afternoon pint of real ale and bowl of doorstop...Read More

  • 17. Restaurant 22

    $$$$ | British

    Pretty stained-glass windows separate this sophisticated little restaurant from bustling Chesterton Road. The setting, in a terrace of houses...Read More

  • 18. River Bar Steakhouse & Grill

    $$ | Modern British

    Across the river from Magdalene College, this popular waterfront bar and grill serves delicious steak, burgers, and pies, plus specialties such...Read More

  • 19. The Crown

    $$ | Modern British

    This 17th-century building has a relaxed ambience in its maritime-themed Back Bar and a buzzier, but still cozy, atmosphere in the eclectic...Read More

  • 20. The Frying Castle

    $ | Fast Food

    There's nothing fancy about this authentic local "chippie" that's a five-minute walk from the Colchester Castle Museum, but who wants frills...Read More

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