The café is in Grade l listed Churchman House on Bethel Street.
The café is open to the public and is based in Churchman House on Bethel Street in Norwich.
It serves our delicious food and the menu is much the same as our other cafés on Prince of Wales Road and at Waterloo Park. This includes:
Hot street food special each day
Homemade sausage rolls and cakes
Coffee, tea, cold drinks
We have vegan and vegetarian choices across our range of food. Our staff will be able to advise you about other dietary needs.
Free wifi is available.
We will have outside tables in the spring.
Payment is contactless only, no cash.
There is no parking available for cafe customers. The nearest car parks are St Giles and The Forum plus some street parking with parking meter payment.
Why is it called REST cafe?
REST cafe's name comes from the REST services provided in the same building and is an acronym for Recover, Eat, Support, Talk.
REST is a partnership project led by Norfolk and Waveney MIND bringing together mental health support, local services and a place where everyone can feel welcome. It provides a safe, welcoming, non-clinical space in which people experiencing mental distress or crisis can receive the support and information they need.
You can read more about the services available on the REST website https://restnorwich.co.uk/