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An attractive pub with various seating including wooden snugs and some interesting features such as a part tiled wall with the name of the pub, an old brick fireplace and lovely lighting. After asking about unfined beers the friendly barman pointed to the Bullards No1...More
As visitors to Norwich, we noticed earlier that the pub printed in large letters outside that it was open till 12:30 on Thursdays. On 2/8 we arrived just before 12 and were refused entry because they were closing as: ‘It’s been quiet all night.’ The...More
Norwichs own Gin distillery just a short walk from the cathedral. Went as part of an evenings gin drinking and to be slightly let down by a few gins on the menu no being available. But that said, it's a good bar in a busy...More
Arrived at 1500 on Saturday the 14th April to meet up with some friends for a 40th birthday. Got there a little early with a friend having never been there before and to get the lay of the land. Pub itself is clean and they...More
Visited here on a Sunday night. They had live jazz music on, which made the atmosphere very chilled.
Good selection of drinks, approx 30 whiskies, 20 gins and 10 real ales and cider.
I stuck to the real ales, and tried 3 different ones.
Stopped here for drinks after a good meal. There were quite a few of us and we were well accommodated. Good seating and good drinks and service. The back door was a bit of a pain each time someone went out to smoke it got...More
Myself, my mum and my sister went on the gin distillery tour at The Ten Bells and it was absolutely fantastic - we loved every second!
The atmosphere was relaxed and friendly, and we learnt lots of interesting facts about the making and history of...More