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Interactive map reveals all the restaurants in Norfolk awarded AA Rosettes

PUBLISHED: 14:54 25 January 2018 | UPDATED: 12:02 26 January 2018

One of Roger Hickman's dessert. His restaurant in Norwich has three AA Rosettes. 
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

One of Roger Hickman's dessert. His restaurant in Norwich has three AA Rosettes. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

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One of Norwich’s top restaurants was awarded three prestigious AA Rosettes earlier this week, but did you know there are dozens of other eateries in Norfolk with rosettes? Use our interactive map to find out more.

Map key - Red pin: One Rosette, Purple pin: Two Rosettes, Black pin: Three Rosettes, Silver pin: Four Rosettes

The AA’s Rosette award scheme was the first nationwide scheme for assessing the quality of food served by restaurants and hotels.

Only 10pc of restaurants in Great Britain gain one rosette or more, and approximately 10pc of these have three rosettes, with the AA seeking outstanding cooking, chefs who use ingredients sympathetically, good judgement with flavours and seasoning, and a high level of front of house service.

Benedicts Restaurant in Norwich was the latest establishment in the county to gain three rosettes after it was officially notified by the company earlier this week.

It joins just a handful of other restaurants awarded three rosettes or more in Norfolk, including Roger Hickman’s in Norwich, Titchwell Manor, The Neptune and Galton Blackiston’s Morston Hall, which has a rare four Rosette rating.

But Norfolk is also home to host of restaurants which have been awarded one or two rosettes with many in the north and the west of the county.

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