Mentioned in International Life magazine (excerpt by Kris Griffiths)
The next evening I upped the ante considerably by dining at The Library Restaurant, housed in a grade II-listed library opposite the Guildhall, complete with original bookcases (thelibraryrestaurant.co.uk). Entering through its 1830s frontage with Doric columns and enjoying a preprandial drink on the mezzanine made it one of my trip highlights, keeping with the historical theme of the weekend.
Mentioned in the New York Times (excerpt by Rachel B Doyle)
Indeed, it sometimes feels as if the entire city is obsessed with books. The Library Bar & Grill, one of Norwich’s best-known dining spots, is in a historic building that was, in fact, once a library. The dining room is still filled with original oak bookcases, and the menu details the 19th-century membership fees