Housed between the restaurants beams is alcoved banquette seating, which looks out onto the narrow streets of the pretty market town of Diss. The walls are lined with an interesting selection of original artwork. In the evening small oil lamps on the tables give the restaurant a cosy warmth.The food is made through traditional methods with a modern style; old favourites, such as home-baked Steak, Kidney and Mushroom Pie, will be found alongside original dishes with a more complex mix of ingredients. The wine list is simple and modern with over 120 bins, covering most of the world's major wine producing areas. Weavers also has it's very own kitchen garden, growing herbs and vegetables within yards of the restaurant, which are used in many of the dishes on the menu.
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