Five best places to cure a hangover in Norwich

George Colley at Brick pizza restaurant Credit: Denise Bradley

George Colley at Brick pizza restaurant Credit: Denise Bradley - Credit: Archant

As pubs and clubs reopen, more of us are exiting them slightly worse for wear. And though you may feel as though you don't want to eat anything, we all know you really should. Here are some of the best places in Norwich to go for something to eat that will cure your hangover.

Restaurant review of The Street café, on Magdalen Street. Photo: Lauren Cope

Restaurant review of The Street café, on Magdalen Street. Photo: Lauren Cope - Credit: Archant

1. The Street Café

Where: 147 Magdalen St, Norwich NR3 1NF

When: 8am to 2pm

If you're after a full English breakfast then one of the best in Norwich, according to the Fry Up Inspector, is available at The Street Café. Made using quality, locally sourced ingredients, the Full English has been called "stunning." With a traditional interior and excellent service, the café makes all visits feel special.

The Banoffe waffle at The Waffle House, Norwich. Picture: Stuart Anderson

The Banoffe waffle at The Waffle House, Norwich. Picture: Stuart Anderson - Credit: Archant

2. Waffle House


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Where: 39 St Giles St, Norwich NR2 1JN

When: 10am to 9pm

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If you're looking for something sweet (or savoury) and carb-y, then waffles may be the way to go. Waffle House, open since 1978, offers a variety of waffles, other breakfast foods, and a seasonal menu. Perfect for any time of day, Waffle House will surely soak up any leftover alcohol in your stomach.

3. Fresh

Where: 32 Market Pl, Norwich NR2 1ND

When: 11.30am to 3pm

If you find yourself needing something on the greener side to cure your hangover then Fresh may be the place to do so. The market stall in the heart of Norwich uses natural ingredients to make their juices, smoothies, and food. A little rush of vitamins and minerals might be exactly what you need.

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General manager at Bread Source, Isabel Brentnall - Credit: Archant

4. Bread Source Stall

Where: 44-45 Market Pl, Norwich NR2 1ND

When: 8.30am to 4pm

If you just fancy something light, then perhaps a bakery would be best. Well known in Norwich and Aylsham, Bread Source has fresh bread and pastries delivered every morning made in their main bakery. The stall took over from The Norwich Providore, which was there for some years, and even supplied by Bread Source, before the bakery took over.

Brick Pizza Credit: Joshua Cooper

Brick Pizza Credit: Joshua Cooper - Credit: Archant

5. Brick Pizza

Where: 39 Market Pl, Norwich NR2 1ND

When: 12pm to 10pm

If you're in the mood for a takeaway, then Brick Pizza may fit the bill. They deliver, have a restaurant, and sell their pizzas frozen at multiple nearby stockists. Using local ingredients, they have 15 different pizzas to choose from. Each is handmade and prepared to order, cooked in the wood-burning brick oven.

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