AND THE WINNERS ARE…
PRIDE OF NORFOLK
SPONSORED BY NORSE CATERING
Runners-up: Green Farm Coffee, The Norfolk Brewhouse, Winbirri Vineyards
The judges said: Essence is a Norfolk company through and through – it has the heart of the community and a passion for the county at its very core and carries that through in everything it does.
BEST AFTERNOON TEA
SPONSORED BY CASTLEMEADOW CARE
The Assembly House
Runners-up: Guildhall Britannia, Piano Tearoom, Strattons Hotel
The judges said: Excellent attention to detail. The afternoon tea was made to feel special with the effort put into the theme. They also had a wide range of menus such as kids, normal and themed afternoon teas.
BEST COFFEE/TEA SHOP
SPONSORED BY EDP NORFOLK
Past & Present Vintage Tearooms
Runners-up: Garden Kitchen Café, Heydon Village Tea Room, No 33
The judges said: The best tea rooms give you the feeling that you are enjoying something special. The Past & Present Vintage Tea Rooms does just that. The interior is fun and quirky, the welcome warm and genuine, the food and drink on offer is outstanding and great value.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Dominic Castle (EDP Norfolk magazine), Sandra Howes and Victoria Cook
LEFT TO RIGHT: Ed Savage and Sarah Savage with Andrew Lipscomb (Norse Catering)
LEFT TO RIGHT: Sam Matthews, Mark Mitson, Sanjay Kaushal (Castlemeadow Care)