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Ribs of Beef


24 Wensum Street, Norwich, NR3 1HY
Roger & Anthea Cawdron

T 01603 619517

W www.ribsofbeef.co.uk/

E enquiries@ribsofbeef.co.uk


Opening times

Sunday – Thursday 11.00 – 23.00
Friday  11.00 – 00.30
Saturday 10.30 – 00.30

Food serving times

Monday – Friday 12.00 – 15.00
Saturday – Sunday 12.00 – 17.00

Festival food

Famous scotch eggs and pork pies

History

The original building, dating back to the 14th century, was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1507 and rebuilt. The first licensee was recorded in 1743. It was bought by Young & Crawshay’s in 1818 and in 1928 the name changed to Fye Bridge Tavern. Bullard’s took over Young & Crawshay’s in 1958 and closed the pub in 1959. It stayed closed until August 1985 when it re-opened as the Ribs of Beef with Roger and Anthea Cawdron as licensees.


City of Ale Beers

Adnams Ghost Ship 4.5% | Golden Triangle City Gold Six 6.6% | Humpty Dumpty City Hoppers 3.8% | Humpty Dumpty Jubilee Mild 4.5% | Norfolk Brewhouse Moon Gazer Chevallier Gold 5.0% | Wolf Golden Jackal 3.7% | Wolf Mad Wolf 4.7% | Woodforde's Wherry 3.8% |

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