The Dining Rooms
The Dining Rooms.
@ Cinema City, St Andrew’s Street, Norwich, NR2 4AD.
Tel: 07504 356378 (Reservations) from 11am daily.
For a truly special and unique dining experience in Norwich, look no further than the Dining Rooms at Cinema City.
The Country’s oldest independent art house cinema, Cinema City is housed within and on the site of the elegant Suckling House and adjacent Stuart Hall in the historical heart of Norwich. Despite renovation and restoration through the ages, properties were recorded on the site as early as the 13th Century.
Cinema City reopened after extensive refurbishment in late 2007 and areas of Suckling House that were previously inaccessible to the general public, including a panelled room and vaulted bays, now provide the atmospheric setting for top quality, intimate dining.
Created by Norwich-born Head Chef Steven Smith, The Dining Rooms’ menu offers British and European classics using only the best local produce. Ignite your appetite with starters such as Potted Norfolk Brown Shrimps with Nutmeg, Lemon & Parsley or Chickpea Scotch Quail Egg with Roasted Pepper Hummus. Follow with mains such as Sticky BBQ Attleborough Pork with Coriander Lentils and Sesame Greens or Spelt & Smoked Norfolk Cheese Pork(less) Pie. The puddings are devilishly tempting creations such as White Wine-Poached Pear with Chocolate Ice Cream and Warm Frangipane with Crème Anglais.
For less formal dining, the airy and relaxed bar area serves food and drink all day to cinema-goers and visitors alike. Bar meals, cakes, coffee and soft drinks are available alongside carefully selected bottled and tap beers, great wines and cocktails. A covered interior terrace and a landscaped outside area to the front of the building are ideal for warmer weather.
With the impressive ambience of Suckling House as a backdrop and the fresh, high-quality fare on offer, The Dining Rooms is a high quality part of the Norwich restaurant scene that you should not miss.
View the A la Carte Menu.
See the Desserts Menu.
See the Bar Menu.