First look at new Ivy restaurant in Norwich

A visual of what the inside of the brasserie is planned to look like. PHOTO: The Ivy Collection

A visual of what the inside of the brasserie is planned to look like. PHOTO: The Ivy Collection - Credit: Archant

The first image of what the new Ivy Brasserie restaurant in Norwich will look like has been revealed.

The restaurant, owned by The Ivy Collection, is set to open in London Street this summer.

The critically-acclaimed Martin Brudnizki Design Studio is consulting on interiors and notable features in the restaurant will include an onyx bar, pendant lighting, marble floor tiles, polished parquet panel flooring and leather banquettes.

The restaurant will be serving modern British classics and its menu spans breakfast, coffees, elevenses, weekend brunch, lunch, afternoon tea, light snacks, dinner and cocktails.

Baton Berisha, director of operations at The Ivy Collection, said: 'We are excited to bring The Ivy Collection to Norwich. The city offers a vibrant backdrop that is renowned for its landmarks and cultural vibrancy. Norwich has an eclectic dining scene which encapsulates our laid back yet elegant brasserie dining style.


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'The team are really looking forward to welcoming and serving the residents and visitors of Norwich this summer.'

The brasserie will be overseen by general manager Katie Miller, who has worked at a number of restaurants in the city.

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The Ivy Collection also plans to open new venues in Leeds, Manchester and London this year.

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