Norwich is the place to be if you like to mix fine dining with history and beautiful architecture, as the city’s restaurants offer everything from contemporary British cuisine, fish and chips in a 17th century property and French-British dishes in a former mill. The Culture Trip’s updated guide to Eating Out in Norwich will help you discover the very best cultural restaurants the city has to offer.
The only restaurant in Norwich to be awarded the much-coveted three AA Rosettes despite only opening its doors in 2010, Roger Hickman’s is both a favourite of local diners and critics alike who have lavished it with praise and critical acclaim. Named after its chef and owner, who honed his craft working at the Michelin starred restaurant Adlard’s, Roger Hickman’s offers contemporary British cuisine such as the crab salad with cucumber, avocado and dill and the Norfolk quail leg and breast served with celeriac, apple and watercress. An extensive wine list complements the menu and makes Roger Hickman’s a truly fine dining experience.
Roger Hickman’s, 79 Upper Street Giles Street, Norwich, UK, +44 1603 633 522