Read our guide to the best brunch spots in Norwich, Norfolk.
Written by Zena Leech-Calton, Cookery Tutor and Food Blogger
What do you mean what’s bottomless brunch? Well, it’s a breakfast and lunch alcohol fuelled foodie adventure. Restaurants offer a choice of brunch mains with unlimited selected drinks at a set price to be consumed in a certain time frame usually at the weekends.
Here’s four bottomless brunches in Norwich
William & Florence
111 Unthank Road, Norwich NR2 2PE
A popular choice in Norwich, for £30 per person you get tea or coffee, pastry’s and a choice of mains with unlimited selected drinks for 1 and half hours.
Choose from a Bellini, Bloody all sorts, Spritzers, Mimosa, Iced Tea or a Red Snapper as well as Prosecco plus a few mocktails. The William and Florence is owned by the De Arth group, family run with a very good reputation for good food and generous portions.
The unlimited brunch offers a full English using local sausages and bacon or a vegetarian version including asparagus and field mushroom. The usual benedicts, florentine and royale along with homemade granola and some other delights including scrambled eggs and avocado.
Served on a Saturday or Sunday between 10am – 2pm. Pre-booking only. www.williamandflorence.co.uk
Mr Postles Apothecary
2 upper King Street, Norwich, NR31HA
This spot offers a deli sharing platter with unlimited Prosecco on a Saturday between 12 – 2pm for £20 per person. You’ll get a large lunch sized mezze board of meats, breads, olives, fruits and chutneys to pick at while you chat and sip the fizzy stuff.
They told me there is no need to order more when your glass is empty or in some cases when everyone’s glass is empty, they’ll come around and top up regularly.
Booking is essential. It’s a big place so you may well get in the day before. mrpostlesapothecary.co.uk
7 Wherry Road, NR1 1WX
Located down Riverside, it’s nice and handy for the train station. The bottomless brunch includes a starter and a main plus unlimited Prosecco or draught beer. Choices include burgers, burritos, enchiladas and huevos rancheros.
Saturdays are £29.95 per person, 11am-1pm and Sundays 11am-3pm £24.95 for a two-hour time slot. You must reserve a table. www.iguanas.co.uk/restaurants/norwich
Revolution De Cuba
7-9 Queen St, Norwich NR2 4SG
For £30 per person you get a mimosa on arrival, a sharing platter of brochettes, a choice of mains including a full grill, breakfast burritos, chorizo hash and all sorts on toast.
You get a two-hour time slot offered on Saturdays starting at 11am or 12pm plus Sundays from 11am, 12 or 1pm – booking essential.
Enjoy unlimited Prosecco, pints of Spanish larger or shandy along with Bloody Mary’s, frozen daiquiri and spritzers. Plus, to get you in the Christmas mood, de Cuba are offering bottomless brunch for the whole month of December. www.revoluciondecuba.com/book/
Brunch with wine in Norwich
The other option is to DIY your brunch, a full English is usually under a tenner, add a few nibbles to share and a coffee at the end with a few drinks in-between and you’ve hit around the same price.
No deadlines, no bookings, no restriction’s but of course you wouldn’t get a bucket of booze!
10 Exchange St, Norwich NR2 1AT
Here they offer a weekend all day Irish breakfast from £7.95. You can buy a whole bottle of Prosecco for £24.95 or £4.95 by the glass. They don’t do cocktails, so think of it as a manly brunch with a good selection of beers, Guinness and ciders all under a fiver per pint. Open Friday & Saturday 10am – 5pm or Sunday 10am – 4pm. www.thebutcherbhoy.com
The Cosy Club
45-51 London St, Norwich NR2 1HX
The Cosy Club offer what they call a ‘Beautiful Brunch’ for £15 per person. Including a breakfast main, a tea or coffee and a glass of fizz. If you want to add more Prosecco its £6.50 per glass or £26.95 per bottle with a great selection of Cocktails from £7.95. Available everyday from10am. /cosyclub.co.uk/location/norwich/
36 Exchange Street, Norwich, NR2 1AX
A wine bar with dozens of wines by the glass, you can buy a card so you can help yourself from the dispensers, any size from a sample to a large glass full – wine from £4 a glass. A sharing meat platter for two is £21.95, the veggie version is £18.95 served with delicious local artisan bread or go for the cheeseboard at £15.95 including the local Norfolk Baron Bignold. Other drinks are on offer as are nibbles from £1.50. Open from 10am every day with comfy seating on three floors. www.wallowwine.co.uk