Well hello lovers 💕
As Norwich Business Improvement District prepares to launch the wonderful Love Light Festival (17-19 February), they have created a brand new City Food Trail – based around the theme of ‘love and belonging’.
This inspired some of the GRIT folk to share their favourite eateries for Valentine’s Day.
The 24-month parmesan croquettes and the pork cheek pappardelle, confit garlic, onion and fennel.
Entrecȏtes Frites with AÏoli Maison
L’Hexagone Bistro Francais hexagonebistrofrancais.com
Fillet steak with peppercorn sauce, hand cut chips and several large glasses of Pinotage estate, Neethlingshof.
Prime @Edith Cavel primeattheedithcavell.co.uk
Prime will move from the Edith Cavel to St Giles Street.
The lamb was cooked to perfection and the wine selection was great. (I haven’t been in a while, but I remember the atmosphere being very relaxed and cosy yet professional and classy. The staff looked after us without being overbearing.)
The Wine Cellar winecellarnorwich.co.uk
To start, the mangal da sucuk and alinazik, and for main adana.
Will C loves:
Omakase 9 sushi (9 nigiri + 4 rolls), tori kara.
The G.O.A.T… “…proud to serve the very best of Norfolk’s artisan producers”
The Goat Shed fieldingcottage.co.uk
Korean Tapas Meals – SEOUL
The Kimchi thekimchi.co.uk
Salmon Benedict (and the pancakes!)
No33 Café no33cafe.co.uk
All the cakes and pastries – especially the chocolate cake!
Ketts Hill Bakery 25 Kett’s Hill, NR1 4EX
Korean fried chicken and xo watermelon salad
Xo Kitchen instagram.com/xo__kitchen
Korean BBQ chicken wings with spring onions and sesame seeds
Blue Joanna bluejoanna.co.uk