Let’s face it – there are few better things than being wined and dined in a lovely restaurant whilst you spend time with your family. However, it can often be tricky finding somewhere everyone agrees on! Now, Norwich might not be the first place you think of to take your kids out for dinner, but why not? The East Anglian city has an abundance of eateries and taste bud teasers to delight even the youngest of diners. If you’re looking for a beautiful summer holiday spot, why not try Norwich? Here are some fantastic family-friendly places to eat out with kids in Norwich.
Grosvenor Fish Bar
If you’re in the mood for traditional British seaside cuisine, then look no further than the Grosvenor Fish Bar. Renowned for being one of the city’s best loved restaurants, the Grosvenor Fish Bar is situated in the heart of Norwich’s Lanes district, nestled between narrow cobbled streets and beautiful architecture. Serving all of your fishy favourites, they also serve a wide variety of wraps, rolls and plenty of other tasty delights that the whole family can enjoy. This isn’t just your average chippy; it’s a real local gem that’s not to be missed!
You and your family can enjoy delicious and affordable modern Italian cuisine at Jamie’s Italian. It’s inside the city’s elegant and historic Royal Arcade, making it the ideal location for a quick bit of lunch or refined three-course dinner. Jamie’s Italian has an award-winning children’s menu with a wide variety of healthy and fresh meals for the younger set.
With a host of incredible French cuisine, you can take your kids for dinner at Côte Brasserie for a modern French bistro experience. Côte offers an authentic and modern twist on classic French dishes in an elegant yet informal environment. Children can choose from a range of tasty and healthy treats such as cod goujons, risotto and roast chicken. Plus – a wonderfully varied selection for gluten-free diners! Superb and well-priced food for all.
Looking for somewhere to satisfy vegetarian and vegan requirements? Or just looking to try something delightfully different? Then look no further than Wild Thyme. All of their dishes are available as either a starter or as a larger main course – perfect for young children after smaller portions! Their enchanting rustic interior is enough to set the imagination running wild. In addition to their gorgeous array of veggie and vegan choices, Wild Thyme also offers and wide range of gluten-free dishes.
Pizza lovers rejoice! You’ll find it hard to beat the authenticity and charm (and great price) of Donnelli’s Pizzeria. This family-run pizzeria serve traditional Neapolitan-style wood-fired pizzas in Norwich’s historic and picturesque Timber Hill district – perfect to explore beforehand. Make sure you save plenty of room for their delicious Parravani Neapolitan gelato ice cream, which is made locally in Norfolk.
Fancy a wide range of delectable modern European cuisine? Then Bill’s is your answer! Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Bill’s is a truly expansive dining experience (with a great kids’ menu too) that will have something for everyone to enjoy. Bill’s has a fun and relaxed atmosphere with a delightfully modern interior that’s sure to give you plenty of style inspo. Plus it’s just a stone’s throw from Castle Mall, the city’s shopping hub!
So there you have it: six delicious and delightful places to grab something to eat whilst out and about in Norwich. I want to back there now!