From bottomless brunch to toasties, these five places in Norfolk should be on your list to visit if you are a cheese lover.

1. Fizz and Fromage, Hoveton

Where: Station Road Business Park, Horning Road West, Hoveton, NR12 8QJ

Opening times: Tuesday-Saturday: 12noon-9pm

Fizz and Fromage opened last year and is run by Tim and Heather Ridley, who are also behind The Station Smokehouse across the road.

It offers a huge variety of wines and cheeses, with bottomless plates of it and charcuterie available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays and bottomless brunch served on Saturdays.

2. The Wallow, Norwich

Where: 36 Exchange Street, Norwich, NR2 1AX

Opening times: Monday-Tuesday: 4pm-11pm, Wednesday-Thursday: 12noon-11pm, Friday-Saturday: 12noon-12am, Sunday: 12noon-6pm

This hidden gem in Exchange Street boasts self-service wine machines and is perfect for a catch-up with friends.

This can be accompanied by a range of small plates, with the cheeses ranging from Baron Bigod to Manchego, and there are antipasti platters on offer too.

3. Hodson and Co, Aylsham

Where: 23 Red Lion Street, Aylsham, NR11 6ER

Opening times: Tuesday-Saturday: 10am-4pm

Top local chef Charlie Hodson opened this cheese room and deli in 2020 and you can get award-winning sausage rolls, chutneys, coffee and tea too.

He is also adding a wine store to the shop in November and on November 29 and 30 is running an event with Hardeep Singh Kohli at Urban Clay in the town.

4. JoJo's Cheesy Grills, Norwich

Where: Chantry Place, Norwich, NR1 3SH

Opening times: Daily: 9am-6pm

JoJo's Cheesy Grills has just opened in a horsebox opposite Superdry and prices start at £3.80 for a basic three-cheese toastie with cheddar, mozzarella and red Leicester.

Options range from brie and chilli jam to Philly cheese steak and they are cooked the proper way on a griddle.

5. The Goat Shed, Honingham

Where: Fielding Cottage, Colton Road, Honingham, NR9 5DJ

Opening times: Monday-Saturday: 8am-6pm, Sunday: 10am-4pm

The Goat Shed is one of Norfolk's biggest farm shops and it is based at Fielding Cottage, which makes three of its own goat cheeses available to buy.

These are Wensum White, Norfolk Mardler and Goat's Curd and you can also enjoy breakfast and lunch in The Goat Kitchen.