Norwich pubs and restaurants reopening in May

Shiki Japanese restauranton Tombland in Norwich. Photo: Neil Perry

Shiki is among those hoping to reopening in May. - Credit: Archant

If the government's roadmap goes to plan, after a month of al fresco eating and drinking, restaurants and pubs should be given the green light to reopen indoors from May 17.

While those which opened on April 12 outdoors are likely to expand that indoors, this list contains those which will be opening for the first time in May.

If you would like to see the list of those which opened on April 12 please click here.

Here are many of those aiming to reopen - if your restaurant, pub, café or bar isn't on the list, please email lauren.cope@archant.co.uk to be added on.

  • Assembly House, Theatre Street
  • Prime at the Edith Cavell, Tombland
  • Erpingham House, Tombland
  • Golden Star, Colegate
  • Shiki, Tombland (18th)
  • Lollards Pit, Riverside Road
  • The Leopard, Bull Close Road
  • The Mischief, Fye Bridge Street
  • Waffle House, St Giles Street
  • Trattoria Rustica, Princes Street
  • Wallow, Exchange Street
  • Benoli, Orford Hill 
  • The Wine Cellar, Guildhall Hill
  • River Green, Trowse
  • Ciscoe's, Ber Street
  • Rose Inn, Queens Road (Deli opening on April 21)
  • Benedicts, St Benedicts Street
  • Compleat Angler, Prince of Wales Road
  • Pinocchio's, St Benedicts Street
  • Middletons, Timberhill 
  • The Wildebeest, Stoke Holy Cross
  • Stoke Mill Contemporary Fine Dining, Stoke Holy Cross

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Man hand holding a half pint of beer from a wooden table in an English pub.

Pubs and restaurants will be able to reopen come May 17 if the government's roadmap goes to plan. - Credit: Getty Images/iStockphoto


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