Norwich pub reopens with new head chef and small plates menu
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A pub in Norwich has reopened with a new head chef and menu, with a range of small plates on offer.
The Earlham opened in Earlham Road in June 2021 under landlady Rose Hanison, who also runs The Black Horse.
It offers a range of wines, spirits, beers and cocktails and until December Oishii Street Kitchen had a residency.
Now Oishii has left and opened its own premises in Distillery Square, Miss Hanison has got new head chef Oliver Kirby on board.
He has worked in restaurants across Norfolk and The Earlham reopened last Thursday (January 27) after a few weeks of closure to perfect the dishes.
Miss Hanison said: "It is all sharing plates as I wanted to bring a casual dining experience to NR2."
Dishes include Karnataka mussels, ox cheek, mushroom ketchup, pickled shallots and crispy onions and beef fat potatoes and cod roe.
Food is available Wednesday to Friday evenings, all day Saturday and Sunday lunchtime - book at theearlham.net