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Eaton Cottage, Norwich - pub details

Address: 75 Mount Pleasant, Norwich, Norfolk, NR2 2DQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 10704) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Norwich (1.4 miles)

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My favourite of the few pubs we visited in our mini-crawl of the Unthank Road area on Friday night (although not my partner's as the only wine offering comes in 187ml bottles of Stowells). Friendly backstreet pub in a traditional style whose walls are decorated with hundreds of beer mats. There was a TV showing some football but this was unobtrusive as the sound was turned down and replaced by 1960s music instead. Handpulls were similar to the ones on sale when Blue Scrumpy visited in 2013: London Pride (£3.30), Wolf's Golden Jackal (£3.20), Tipples Moonrocket (£3.50) and my choice, Derby Brewing's Quintessential for £3.60.
paul_d102 - 27 Jul 2015 14:13
The Eaton Cottage is an attractive looking pub from the outside and is surrounded by foliage and vines (as I remember)! It is located in the suburb of Eaton. As in most places we visited, the locals were friendly and eager to offer advice. Beers on were Wolf Golden Jackal, Fullers London Pride, Tipples Moonrocket, Thwaites Wainwright & Green Jack Gone Fishing. The cider was Westons Old Rosie. There are 2 small rooms. Both have TVs which offer differing sports options. A nice little local pub, but a bit of a trek away from the city centre and other decent Norwich watering holes.
blue_scrumpy - 18 Aug 2013 16:00
Visited yesterday afternoon, its seems to be a converted terrace of a couple of houses, lots of interlinked rooms, nice selection of ale, and a pleasant seating area outside. Was a bit annoyed at having to wait Wetherspoons style for the barman to appear though.
Hodge1 - 18 Jun 2012 10:43
Nothing fussy, just well done. Friendly clientele, lovely atmosphere, ever rotating ale selection.
kwafffroh - 15 Feb 2011 00:58
Probably one of the best pubs in the world (I only exaggerate a little bit). Seriously though, it's a great pub serving well kept real ales, and I wish I lived a bit nearer so that I could call it my local.
dougdeep - 7 Dec 2010 15:26

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