Nearly 4000 restaurants across the East of England will cut diners’ bills by as much as 50pc, as the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme officially opens for business today.
It has been a difficult time for food and drink vendors in recent months, but luckily there are some brilliant festivals running in Norfolk all summer long where they can trade.
Diners can now find out which restaurants are taking part in the government’s Eat Out to Help scheme, which launches next week.
It was a grandmother’s recipe for scones that won the day for a chef who took part in a charity scone bake-off.
Our third Norfolk Day, on Monday, July 27, is fast approaching. But we’re calling on the county to turn the celebrations into a long weekend. To help, four of our chefs have contributed their favourite Norfolk-inspired recipes.
From venison and blue cheese to a standard bacon burger, a new gourmet van has left people wanting more in Toftwood.
The Honingham Buck has finally reopened after lockdown to the delight of customers, 10 days later than planned due to a leak, and it has also been given a refurbishment.
From crab sandwiches and gratin of courgettes, to trifle in a jam jar and an eight inch Norfolk scone, here are some Norfolk inspired dishes to impress the neighbours this Norfolk Day.