Tatlers provides an exciting, indulgent approach to all things food and wine, beautifully delivered in a building steeped in history but with taste sensations that are definitely a thing of the future. The Bistronomic team in the kitchen is inspired by a strong collaboration with food writer, consultant and development chef Franck Pontais, whose inspiring dishes very much drive the "dining experience". The kitchen is headed by the talented Fabrice Kouame and his team. This is complemented with the wine expertise from Poppy Seymour as well as the hospitality skills of general manager, Rafael. The philosophy at Tatlers is to only use the best possible produce, sourced locally wherever possible, and from the very best of European producers where appropriate. Norfolk is not renowned for its Parmesan or Serrano ham, for example, so these are tracked down to the finest in their field from Europe. In terms of when, where and what you eat or drink, The Tatlers team believes in making their delicious meals and deli produce available for you to enjoy at home as well as in the relaxed surroundings of the restaurant. The Deli counter is full of irresistible dishes to tempt you. On the first floor the Deli and Wine Bar are open for coffee, lunch, afternoon tea, drinks and light sharing plates. Downstairs in the main restaurant, there is a lunch menu available from 12.30 - 14:00 and a dinner menu from 18:30 - 21:00. If you do not always want the traditional Sunday Lunch but prefer to graze on some enticing and unusual dishes, then this is place for you. From 11.30 -16:00 there is a sumptuous Sunday brunch at a fixed price, which includes your first reviving glass of Prosecco.
by M and R on 09 Jul 2019
Our meal was delicious from start to finish. Wine was the perfect match. Service impeccable. A wonderfully relaxing and celebratory evening, which is just what we’d been hoping for.
by Tim on 08 Jul 2019
I had read previous reviews which were extremely positive, and i'm pleased to say the whole dining experience lived up to expectations. Superb.
by Stu on 22 Jun 2019
Fantastic food and a lovely atmosphere
by Stuart Shearer on 22 Jun 2019
A very disappointing dining experience at Tatlers for the second time. We had a meal in December 2018 which was poor but thought we would give the restaurant a second chance due to the great location in Tombland. The starter consisted of 2 small scallops and the crab was also minuscule with 3 water carckers. We needed to order some bread and butter for the 4 of us to try and pad it out. The main course was equally stingy , with the fish of the day being nothing more than a starter portion. I had the steak and lobster at £52 , which was dry and lacked flavour and needed some sauce . Skinny chips from the freezer The lamb looked ok and the other steak also ok but no garnish - pretty basic. The wine list was good We declined dessert , with all of us leaving feeling hungry and dissapointed and joked about getting home for some cheese on toast or McDonald’s on way back. All this after a bill of circa £250 We dine out regularly but on this evidence will not be returning again
by okright on 17 Jun 2019
Excellent!! says it all.