Norwich - Norfolk Garden CentreDaniels RoadNorwichNorfolkNR4 6QP
Opening hoursMon9.00am - 6.00pmTues9.00am - 6.00pmWed9.00am - 6.00pmThurs9.00am - 6.00pmFri9.00am - 6.00pmSat9.00am - 6.00pmSun10.30am - 4.30pm
Open 10am Sunday for browsing
Restaurant hoursMon - Sat 9.00am - 5.00pm Sun10.00am - 4.00pmMain meal serving times12 - 2.30pmFood service stops 30 minutes before restaurant closing
Meet the team
Our Manager is Richard Greenacre
Conveniently located on the inner city ring road, Notcutts Norwich is the ideal place for everything you need to create and enrich your indoor and outdoor living space. The team at Norwich are the key to our success; many have been with us for more than ten years. Our goal is simple; to provide the best customer service possible. We're always happy to offer advice, ideas or gardening top tips.
- Our restaurant
- We love...
Carry to car service
Soil testing service
Home visit service
- Norwich is currently undergoing an exciting refurbishment with a planned re-opening in the autumn and as a result we are operating out of a temporary restaurant with a limited menu and a reduced number of seats. Famous for homemade scones and cakes, as well as freshly cooked Chef’s Specials, there’s still something for everyone, no matter what time of day you visit.
We have managed to maintain a large outdoor seating area as well as great disabled accessibility.
We continue to source our ingredients ethically from local suppliers where possible and promote traditional home cooked fayre. We are particularly proud to have won a Silver ‘Eggsellence Award’from the British Hen Welfare Trust for using only British free range eggs in all our home baked food.
Why not stop by in the morning and enjoy our famous Works Breakfast or two Gardeners Platter cooked breakfasts for just £10! (Available until 11.30am).
Our delicious main meals are served 12 - 2.30pm
We love our local area! We're situated in one of the most cosmopolitan, buzzing and beautiful cities in Britain with over 1,500 historical buildings, an exciting arts scene, wonderful outdoor activities and top shopping.
From the medieval period to the start of the Industrial Revolution, Norwich was England’s second city, enormously prosperous and culturally active. This has created a rich legacy of heritage, with the city proudly boasting the largest intact medieval street pattern in Europe.
Places to visit include; Norwich Cathedral, Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery, Dragon Hall and Strangers’ Hall.
In contrast to medieval Norwich you will also find architecturally stunning contemporary buildings such as The Forum and The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts.