After only finding this place in the last month me and my friennds have fallen in love with it.Great service with good affordable foodKeep up the good work guys.
My wife and I have been visiting weekly for the last few months and have been very impressed.They serve great food in a friendly and unpretentious atmosphere. Great selection of home made soups and cakes and not to mention their take on some european classics.Well done.
I went here with a group of 8 friends on a Thursday and got a selection of Tapas and a carafe of wine for £15. This was very good value for money. They brought a wide range of really tasty Tapas dishes, a nice mix which all worked well together. The service was incredibly friendly and helpful and no request... More
We were visiting Norwich and found this restaurant by chance on a Saturday evening. We had a selection of dishes to share, tapas-style. All were good and some excellent. The choices were original and all very tempting. The atmosphere was relaxed and informal and the service friendly and efficient. If you fancy playing scrabble over a drink you can (some... More
Inventive, well chosen menu. Stylish environment, vinyls playing on turntable was a really nice touch. Had a really enjoyable evening - lovely food, good selection of wine by the glass. The staff are really friendly and laid back. A breath of fresh air from all the ubiquitous one size fits all chains (and that includes you Jamie's!)
Every time I visit I am always really impressed with the imaginative vegetarian options available. Unlike most places they have really thought about making the vegetarian food a bit different and exciting rather than going with the obvious mushroom risotto!! I'm reliably informed that the more carnivorous dishes are also really good!
A lovely little place not far from the market. Very helpful staff and wonderful food. Eves-dropping on delightful conversations too. A selection of papers to read and excellent beer from the cask.
Went to a 50th birthday party and it was excellent. The venue is stylish. The staff, very friendly and the food was imaginative and tasted good Only criticism was the unisex loo which was clean but functional and rather drab. It was also at the top of steep stairs which is a little difficult for some to negotiate.
I have been here several times for business meeting, excellent supper before Society meeting in the room upstairs, and pick-me up tea and scones with friends after a busy Saturday. Always good, flexible seating areas and home comforts, splendid mezes and soups and vegetarians well catered for. Very convenient for the busy shopping and market area but unhurried and restorative... More
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