Norwich Food: The Last Brasserie

A couple of weeks back, my friend Connie and I were stressed. Stressed beyond belief. We both had way too much work to do – too many essays to write, not enough time and no gut-desire to actually do it.

Given what wayward souls we are, the obvious solution was a lovely dinner and drinks date. Connie lives just off of Unthank Road here in Norwich, so it seemed like a great time to try out The Last Brasserie, which hasn’t been open long.

It’s a gorgeous little spot.

We started off with a bottle of house red…

Followed by a wonderful feast!

If you’re anything like me, you want a way closer look than that though. Here it goes…

Yummy spiced prawns!

Homemade hummus…

Fresh bread, still warm from baking, with a generous dollop of butter waiting to be added…

A mouthwatering steak dish for me…

…and a divine bowl of mussels for Con.

After a culinary pick me up, we went back to the library the next day refreshed and refuelled. Cheeky meal out comes highly recommended for quick and natural stress relief.

2 Comments on Norwich Food: The Last Brasserie

  1. thecookingchook
    December 10, 2012 at 10:23 am (1 year ago)

    Good food and good company will cure all ills! This place looks really cute and food looks wonderful too. :)

    Reply
    • Lauren Razavi
      December 10, 2012 at 11:35 am (1 year ago)

      Agreed! It’s super cute – the perfect little evening cafe/bistro with excellent foodie offerings. And good wine too…not that we drank that much… :-)

      Reply

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