Burgers from The Eagle pub in Norwich Picture: The Eagle (Image: The Eagle)

At the start of the A11, The Eagle offers a range of crowd-pleasing dishes, including burgers and Sunday roasts.

The pub also boasts one of the city's biggest beer gardens, so it is the ideal spot to visit on a sunny day.

READ MORE: 9 secret Norfolk gardens opening to the public in May

The Boars pub in Spooner Row, near Wymondham Picture: The Boars (Image: The Boars)

Take a short diversion to this gastropub, with talented 21-year-old Tom Martins the newly-appointed head chef.

The menu celebrates local and seasonal produce and on Tuesdays customers can get selected mains for just £12.

Route 11 Kitchen is popular with bikers Picture: Route 11 Kitchen (Image: Route 11 Kitchen)

This no-fuss café restaurant has indoor and outdoor seating, with takeaways also available, and it takes bookings for car and bike meets.

The offering includes breakfasts, burgers, baguettes and cakes and the whole menu is great value.

READ MORE: New head chef announced ahead of reopening of coastal pub

Breckland Lodge offers a daily carvery Picture: Breckland Lodge (Image: Breckland Lodge)

Directly along the A11, Breckland Lodge boasts a hotel, a coffee lounge and The Stag Bar & Restaurant.

A big draw for customers is the daily carvery, with succulent roasts served with all the trimmings.

The White Lodge in Attleborough Picture: Denise Bradley (Image: Archant)

This Grade-II listed coaching inn was taken on by local pub group Snug Hospitality last year.

The menu includes small plates, pub classics, such as fish and chips and lasagne, and 'The White Lodge Skillet' with either cajun chicken, chilli beef or fried halloumi.

READ MORE: Pizza business moves into city pub kitchen after successful pop-up

One of the dishes at The Grain Kitchen Picture: Scott Godding (Image: Scott Godding)

The restaurant at The English Distillery in Roudham reopened in October 2023 under new ownership as The Grain Kitchen, which has proved popular.

They serve a range of delicious cakes, breakfast and lunch dishes and Sunday roasts, with a focus on locally sourced ingredients. The Angel Inn, Larling Picture: The Angel Inn (Image: The Angel Inn)

This family-friendly inn dates back to the 17th century and it serves ciabatta sandwiches and pub classics, with a large garden boasting a children's play area.

There is also a range of accommodation options - from en suite rooms to a seasonal campsite.

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Burgers from The Eagle pub in Norwich Picture: The Eagle (Image: The Eagle)

At the start of the A11, The Eagle offers a range of crowd-pleasing dishes, including burgers and Sunday roasts.

The pub also boasts one of the city's biggest beer gardens, so it is the ideal spot to visit on a sunny day.

READ MORE: 9 secret Norfolk gardens opening to the public in May

The Boars pub in Spooner Row, near Wymondham Picture: The Boars (Image: The Boars)

Take a short diversion to this gastropub, with talented 21-year-old Tom Martins the newly-appointed head chef.

The menu celebrates local and seasonal........

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