March 7, 2018 Lucie Towndrow

Coffee Shops and Cafes You Can Work In Around Norwich

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Norwich Coffee Shops & Cafes Where You Can Work

In the era of remote working, there’s nothing better than finding a local coffee shop where you can sit, sip on good coffee and work on your laptop. There’s plenty of great Norwich coffee shops where you can do this. However, we thought we’d make it easier and narrow down the list for you.


Probably the smallest coffee shop in Norwich, if not the world. Artel is a tiny space, with a massively friendly atmosphere. Pop in here, let Kieran make you one of his fine oat milk lattes, and crack on with some emails. Artel serves the finest in espresso based and hand brewed filter coffees, sourced and roasted all over the world. Enjoy some fine coffee in their plant-filledĀ space while people from every walk of life come through the doors for a cup.

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A customer enjoying a coffee at Artel. Photo courtsey of Trip Advisor.


This coffee shop is relatively new on the scene but they serve great artisan coffee. Using premium coffee products sourced from sustainable organic farms around the globe, the coffee is made by a team of skilled “alchemistas”. Sit on a bar stool next to the window and you could easily spend hours working here. The only distraction is the sun streaming through the window giving you the perfect view of St. Gregory’s alley.

House Cafe

This gem is a cosy vintage cafe situated on St. Benedicts. If you’re working in, order a cup of coffee to one of the sofa seats, and settle in for a few hours. However, if you’re in a rush – House offer some of the cheapest and best takeaway coffee around. For those that get peckish while working – try the huge portion of smoked salmon and scrambled egg. It won’t disappoint.

The Mitre

Recently renovated, The Mitre is on Earlham road and is a former pub. Once a public house, this coffee house and cafe is now a public home. As part of a church group, the Mitre has a real sense of community and isn’t just open during the day. The cafe opens at 8.30am for those who like to start work early, and closes at 10 pm Thurs-Sunday, making it perfect for night owls too. The space is light, bright and airy, making it perfect for remote working.

The perfect place to sit and work. Photo courtesy of The Fry Up Inspector.

These spaces have all been tried, tested and approved of by the Omni team! We hope you enjoy this selection of remote working space and coffee shops, Norwich. This new blog builds on from our last list of places to work remotely in Norwich, so make sure you check THAT out too.

Comment (1)

  1. Rob

    Ok…this is a dangerous post for a caffeine addict trying to kick a habit. Ah well…I gave it a day at least šŸ˜‰

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