Enjoy quality time with your elderly relatives over Sunday Lunch in Norwich. What can be better than sharing food and conversation?
The Cellar House at Eaton is an award winning vibrant, family friendly pub offering delicious home-cooked food at reasonable prices. Locally owned, the roasts are sourced from nearby Intwood Farm. The pub is the centre of the community and has children’s play equipment, baby-changing facilities, is dog friendly, and also has a Norfolk Produce Shop.
The Cellar House caters for those with Special Dietary Requirements such as vegan and gluten free etc and is supportive of the Dementia Friendly Eaton Campaign. It hosts a number of events such as a pub quiz on the 3rd Sunday of every month and their popular monthly Farmers Market.
You can find it in a 10-minute drive away from Norwich City Centre of the A11 Newmarket Road.
The Red Lion at Eaton dates back to the 17th century and is a fine historic house with outdoor areas available in the courtyard and dining terraces. The menu changes daily and offers a variety of seasonal and local produce, specialised dishes, seafood and fine steaks cooked on the chargrill. The Sunday lunch is a traditional menu of roast joints as well as fish and grill options.
A local favourite, staff went through Dementia Friends Training with Home Instead Norwich and are used to supporting older customers with additional needs.
The Red Lion has comfortable rooms available for overnight stays if you are visiting elderly relatives in the area.
You can find it on Eaton Street, a short drive from Norwich City Centre.
The Eagle on Newmarket Road is a beautiful old pub in a great location just outside the City Centre. The pub has a large beer garden and offers a warm welcome with freshly prepared food. In the past, The Eagle has been included in the list of the 6 best places for a Sunday Roast in Norwich.
The Eagle is disabled friendly with wheelchair access and has ample parking.
Notcutts Restaurant is a firm favourite with our Clients and Care Professionals throughout the week. Not only do they provide an incredible range of breakfasts, lunches, teas and cakes, they also offer a superb Sunday lunch.
It can be a great place to spend some time enjoying the fantastic range of plants, stunning displays, homewares or relax over a bite to eat in the family friendly restaurant.
On the River Yare, The Rushcutters Arms is a popular 16th century Grade II listed inn with appealing riverside gardens and a terrace where you can watch the boats go by as they sail down the Norfolk Broads during the summer months.
With disabled facilities and car park, the Rushcutters is a great place to go to with all the family, dogs included!
Offering a selection of food from their Sunday lunch menu, the Rushcutters caters for all tastes including vegan, vegetarian and gluten free.