Comfort Hotel Great Yarmouth
14 Albert Square
Great Yarmouth, EN NR30 3JH
Phone: (44) 1493 855070
Fax: (44) 1493 853798
Beautifully decorated in bright, cheery colors, The Shoreline Restaurant has a lovely view of the esplanade. It is a part of Hotel Hatfield in Lowestoft. The restaurant is known for its high standards of service, delicious food and fine wines, and dining at this restaurant is a wonderful experience.
Enjoy splendid feasts in equally grand settings at the lovely Traffords. The Broad House Hotel's in house restaurant boasts a menu of classic English delights with highlights of Norfolk cuisine prepared from the freshest of produce of the region. Choose for either an intimate meal with loved ones or indulge in perfectly assembled eight course meals. For reservations and details, call ahead or check out their website.
This is definitely the place to head for on a fine summer's day. Located in Thorpe St Andrew, once known as the 'Richmond of Norfolk' for its Yareside pleasure gardens, the Rushcutters is a 100-year-old hostelry housed in a 16th Century building with a pleasant riverside deck and patio. Its main attraction nowadays is as an affordable place to tuck into hearty grub. Under the Chef & Brewer brand, the Rushcutters serves true blue British food and has a fine selection of draft beer. So sit back, tuck in and enjoy your pint as the sailing boats and cruisers go by.
Located in the Sprowston Manor Marriott Hotel in Norwich, this restaurant provides you with local seasonal cuisine so the menu is always varied. Check website or call for more details.
The Vagabond is a fully restored 120 year-old Dutch barge, which during a previous life carried cargo throughout the canals of Europe but now has a more sedate role. Brought from Amsterdam in 1984, the present owner converted the barge into a cosy 100-seat restaurant with the added comfort of central heating. Serving seafood, pasta, steaks and vegetarian food, the Floating Restaurant can provide a meal to remember. With a large car park nearby, the restaurant is accessible to sailors and land-lubbers alike.
For those who like to grab their chicken and run. Because of its location, this branch of fast food joint KFC is particularly popular with the football and clubbing fraternity, and can get extremely crowded at peak times. Offering all the expected selection of southern fried foods and in a bucket. Not a place to linger for a slow enjoyable nosh but obviously satisfying the needs of those with somewhere else to get to swiftly.
Located right in the heart of one of Norwich's main clubbing and pubbing centers, El Greco's is regularly swamped by hordes of hungry (and often inebriated) clubbers searching for refreshment after an evening painting the town red. El Greco's offers a selection of pizzas with the usual toppings, and several types of kebab. Burgers and chips complete the menu.
Norwich's two Nazma Restaurants are your classic British curry houses. The Prince of Wales Road restaurant is located a brief lurch away from many of Norwich's most popular clubs; so after soaking yourself with lager in the city center, reinvigorate yourself here before descending into a disco inferno on the other side of the street. Many regional specialities as well as much of the same fare to be found on any curry house menu. The thali is wonderfully spiced and there is a good vegetarian selection.
If you're a pizza or pancake fiend this is the place for you. The food here at this restaurant in historic Tombland, really is delicious. Both the pizzas and pancakes come in large portions, with a great variety of toppings and fillings and have that mouth-watering just-cooked taste. The atmosphere here is warm and relaxed, and the staff are extremely welcoming to families with children. Everyone eating is invited to join in the restaurant's on-going doodle competition and you may find your artistic endeavors mounted on the wall. Between 5pm and 7pm every evening there's also a special takeaway deal where everything you order is half-price.
Stylish Tatlers Restaurant, is located in one of Norwich's most historic yet most lively areas. Tombland is one of the city's most popular places to head for if you want to eat out. There are several restaurants to chose from here, and Tatler's certainly ranks among the best. The cuisine at Tatler's is "modern British" with some unusual, but unbelievably delicious, dishes served up. The atmosphere is warm and friendly at all times, and the service is exceptional.
Auberge is a three-in-one hangout - café, bar and restaurant. Although fairly upmarket, the atmosphere is pretty laid-back. Part of the stylish-sofa and crockery gang, Auberges has the trademark leather sofas and coffee tables but manages to be a little bit different. There are two separate food sections away from the main bar and, although part of Auberges, one of the sections goes under the name Azzurro. There are also two separate menus, both written in French and English. You can choose from a selection of pizza, pasta, risotto, meat or fish and specialities such as roast monkfish. There's also good range of spirits and wines and plenty of Belgian beers on offer. It's all a little pricey though - half a pint will set you back at least £1.50 and wine starts at £10.
If you like Italian food then this is the casa to head for. Adriano's Trattoria serves up a range of delicious Italian food in its large restaurant on pedestrianized London Street. The menu includes fresh pasta and homemade pizza. As with most Italian restaurants, the vegetarian options are extensive and there is also an a la carte menu. Children are made to feel welcome at Adriano's and a special kids' menu is available.