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Discover East Anglia’s mouth-watering food and drink. East Anglia is home to some of the country’s finest producers. Taste and buy our culinary treats at farm shops, markets and award-winning restaurants, Farmers’ markets and food festivals.

Visit one of our farm shops and food halls – which offer a wide range of local products and items. Meet local growers and producers selling their products direct to the public at one of the Farmers markets held across East Anglia. And make time to visit our special ‘foodie’ festivals – a celebration of our local culinary treats. Enjoy food and drink tastings, cookery demonstrations by celebrity chefs, special competitions and dinners of local produce at restaurants.

For lovers of good food and wine – the region offers a wide variety of restaurants and pubs. Taste culinary delights from around the world, or seek out our local specialities and traditional home-made cooking using fresh seasonal produce from East Anglia. Refresh your taste buds with a pint of ‘real’ ale, which has been matured naturally in the cask. East Anglia grows some of the best malting barley in the world!

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The Georgian Townhouse
30-34 Unthank Rd, Norwich
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The Banningham Crown
Banningham, Norwich
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Tiptree Tea Room at Southwold
70 High Street, Southwold
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Channels Estate
Essex, CM3 3PT
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Maids Head Hotel
Norfolk, NR3 1LB
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Fairgreen Farms PYO Blueberries
Middleton, Norfolk
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Woodfordes Norfolk Ales
Wroxham, Norfolk
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The Ferry House
Surlingham, Norfolk
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The Fur and Feather Inn
Wroxham, Norfolk
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Roman Camp Inn
Aylmerton, Norwich
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Rosy Lees Tea Room
Loddon, Norfolk
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Humpty Dumpty Brewery
Reedham, Norfolk
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Granary Stores and Tea Shop
Ranworth, Norfolk
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