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The Dyrrah Coffee Shop is conveniently located in the Earlham Shopping Centre just a short distance from Norwich City Centre. There is always a warm welcome from staff and with their combined knowledge and skills they make arguably the best coffee in Norfolk!

Ideally located for breakfast, lunch and a mid-afternoon breakaway, the chilled out and relaxed atmosphere makes it a popular meeting place for many from the friendly local community.

So, whether its an Espresso or a deep flavoured Cappuccino, or anything in between, Dyrrah Coffee shop is the place to go!

Dogs are allowed everywhere but please keep them on a lead as our kitchen area is open.

As per all listings on Dog Friendly Norfolk, we accept well behaved dogs.



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  • Daniel Kam
    Daniel Kam
    5 months ago

    Dyrrah Coffee, is located at Earlham House, Norwich NR2 3PD. There is parking area in front of the coffee shop, with 1 hour free parking. Seating provided in both inside and outside area. Limited food and drinks to choose. Some bring along with dogs staying in the shop. Food are made hot and delicious.

  • Beth Metcalf
    Beth Metcalf
    8 months ago

    I have enjoyed both coffee and dinner here and I have to say it’s an amazing place to go! Iv been telling all my family and friends well anyone who will listen! The coffee is the best in Norwich and the pizza is outstanding! Authentic and truly very tasty! Every staff member iv come into contact with has been polite, welcoming and always with a smile on their faces. Nothing is too much they go above and beyond for customer experience and service! It really is a must visit when in Norwich!

  • Ryanne Van der Linde

    The pizza was super amazing and authentic. The ingredients used were fresh and delicious. The dough was springy and had a good char on it, enhancing the flavours of the ingredients on the pizza. Because the place is outside of the city centre it has a more relaxing and cozy feeling to it. The waitress was very kind, engaging and welcoming. All in all it was a good and nice Italian experience outside of Italy.

  • Amelia Rudd
    Amelia Rudd
    11 months ago

    Lovely little cafe with lots of panini options, breakfasts and sweet options (definitely want to come back to try their sticky buns). I had a olive, pesto and mozzarella panini which was delicious and well toasted (not just half bread like some cafe would toast them). Reasonably priced and friendly staff and great atmosphere.

  • D. M-P
    D. M-P
    a year ago

    Above disappointing, from stacking food on the floor in the kitchen to the customer service while ordering, to the presentation of the food, to the bland taste of the food. Honestly shocked, the coffee tasted cheap like it was made from an instant coffee machine rather than a barista. The chocolate on my cappuccino wasn't even dark chocolate power. The customer service was so poor that the lady serving us simply put the order on the table. We were never told or asked if we wanted the sausages roll heated, it simply came to us exactly how you see it in the picture. There is no offer of any condiments for the table. It seems to be busy, but it's all about the taste, especially when you eat out. When I eat out, I expect it far better.

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Opening Hours

  • Monday 08:00 AM - 05:30 PM
  • Tuesday 08:00 AM - 05:30 PM
  • Wednesday 08:00 AM - 05:30 PM
  • Thursday 08:00 AM - 09:30 PM
  • Friday 08:00 AM - 09:30 PM
  • Saturday 08:00 AM - 09:30 AM
  • Sunday 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM
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