Norwich International Airport

Eating Out

Norfolk’s unique landscape provides a larder of wonderful food and drink, from coastal shellfish, seafood and samphire to grazing pasture, sandy soils and heath for the tastiest beef and dairy products, pork and game. You can dine al fresco in the city restaurants or by the sea, relax in a cosy countryside pub with a roaring fire, enjoy English afternoon tea in a quaint café, or put together a picnic with ingredients from a farmers’ market or farm shop. The county also has more microbreweries than any other (and the best malting barley) and England’s first whiskey distillery.

For more information, please visit: www.visitnorwich.co.uk and www.visitnorfolk.co.uk

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