Restaurants in Norfolk

Up to 50% Off Italian Cuisine at La Bella in Ghent

La Bella in Ghent

Norfolk

$20 $10

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Fresh pastas and hand tossed pizzas topped with homemade mozzarella

Qdoba Mexican Grill – Up to 42% Off

Qdoba

Multiple Locations

$23 $14

Cooks grill savory meats, chop fresh vegetables, and smash avocados to prepare delectable burritos, taco salads, and soups

Up to 50% Off Caribbean Cuisine at Sunset Paradise

Sunset Paradise

Norfolk

$20 $11

Get transported to the Caribbean with dishes like tilapia with lemon-butter-dill sauce, slow-cooker root-beer ribs, curry shrimp, and roti

Up to 50% Off at The Norfolk Grille

The Norfolk Grille

Norfolk

$10 $6

Enjoy cuisine such as bacon biscuits, breakfast wraps, hot tuna melts, and The Zorba burger with feta and tzatziki sauce on a grilled pita

Up to 50% Off Brunch and Drag Show at The Iguana

The Iguana

Norfolk

$20 $11

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Tuck into brunch favorites, such as biscuits and gravy or strawberry and french toast while taking in a drag show

Half Off German Food at The German Pantry

The German Pantry

Poplar Hills

$50 $25

(209)

Goulash, veal cutlets pounded flat for schnitzel, and other hearty German dishes; German sweets, wine, and other grocery items

Half Off Filipino Cuisine at Lumpia House 

Lumpia House

Larrymore Lawns

$20 $10

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Classic, meat-centric Filipino dishes such as lumpia, pork tocino, and chicken adobo

50% Off at Volcano Sushi & China Bistro

Volcano Sushi & China Bistro

Norfolk

$20 $11

Chefs construct more than 30 specialty maki rolls and 35 classic, spicy, and vegetarian rolls; hot entrees include teriyaki and yakisoba

Up to 50% Off Thai Food at Boon Thai Erawan

Boon Thai Erawan

Norfolk

$20 $12

Opt for a classic Thai favorite, such as pad thai, or try a more creative dish, such as stir-fried duck with ginger or pumpkin curry

Up to 53% Off at Kotobuki Japanese Restaurant

Kotobuki Japanese Restaurant

Norfolk

$30 $15

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Teriyaki and tempura dishes emerge from the kitchen to complement sushi, including vegan rolls, at eatery with traditional Japanese seating

40% Off at Taste of Europe

Taste of Europe

Norfolk

$10 $6

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Grocery store offers desserts, deli meats and cheeses, coffee, and food from various European countries

Up to 30% Off Barbecue from Katy's Take-Out

Katy's Take-Out

Norfolk

$20 $14

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Beef brisket, pulled pork, and ribs; hush puppies, fried okra, baked beans, and baked mac and cheese

43% Off at Saffron Indian Bistro

Saffron Indian Bistro

Downtown Norfolk

$35 $20

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This North Indian restaurant marinates meat in a blend of yogurt, ginger, garlic, and other spices; eight different curries on the menu

Up to 43% Off All-You-Can-Eat Sushi at Sushi King

Sushi King

Multiple Locations

$20 $12

All-you-can-eat sushi restaurant serves up plates of seaweed salad, sweet Tokyo rolls with mango and fried banana, and spicy tuna rolls

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The Granby Bistro staff sails classic Mediterranean ingredients and flavors across tongues and into empty tummy harbors aboard dish vessels influenced by Greek, Middle Eastern, and Italian cuisines. Flavorful entrees populate the dinner menu, including the beef, chicken, or lamb kebab ($14.95), broiled until tender, crowned with roasted nuts, and wrapped alongside rice pilaf in a page of One Thousand and One Nights. The vegetarian grape leaves are stuffed with seasoned rice, tomatoes, olive oil, and onions and ignore warnings to wait two hours before leaping into an accompanying sour cream pool ($14.95). Granby Bistro's breakfast menu rouses taste buds to action with a greek breakfast that buries pita bread beneath feta cheese, olives, cucumbers, and two extra large eggs ($6.95). Arriving in the diner's choice of a platter ($6.45) or sandwich ($5.65), house-specialty falafel blends chickpeas and fava beans, stirs in spring onions and parsley, and fries the mixture before slathering it with a secret recipe sauce. The restaurant's caterers travel to locations with heaping helpings that sate guests at parties or celebrations of baby's first Nobel Prize.

225 Granby St
Norfolk,
VA
US

Cena offers time-strapped families and plan-aheaders quick, economical, and delicious dinner options good to take home or on vacation. While the menu changes every two weeks, current offerings include the stuffed beef tenderloin, rolled with fresh spinach, roasted, peppers, and mozzarella, while a mango cilantro sauce and fresh peppers and onions top the hearty Caribbean chicken. Each half-sized entree from Cena's rotating menu feeds three people. Cena also features a small Bolivian river's worth of wines, and the well-informed staff will happily assist part-time winos in choosing a suitable bottle to pair with your meal or C-SPAN marathon. The crisp, fruity notes of Maso Canali pinot grigio agreeably complement Cena's pork tenderloin in shallot sauce, while the floral tones of L'Ecole No. 41 Chenin blanc go gorgeously with the mahi-mahi fish tacos, like hot dogs sitting in the bleachers of a hot-dog-eating contest.

9569 Shore Dr
Norfolk,
VA
US

Located in one of the most historic buildings on Granby Street, Charlie's Cafe has helped Norfolk stomachs maintain radio silence with breakfast and lunch for more than a decade. The café whips its eggs with a milkshake machine, then re-jiggers them into a dozen different omelets, such as the chorizo-infused southwestern omelet topped with habanero salsa ($8.49) or the everything-it-can-hold Mom's omelet ($7.99). A.M. athletes, meanwhile, can carbo-load before their big eating contest with a hearty helping of chocolate-chip pancakes ($4.49). Otherwise, celebrate finally finishing your cubicle's escape tunnel with a mid-day Charlie’s Special burger loaded with sautéed mushrooms, onions, bacon, and american cheese ($6.99) . Vegetarians can join in the feeding frenzy with tofu scrambles ($6.99), veggie melts ($6.99), or the greek omelet's blend of black olives, feta, and artichokes ($7.99).

1800 Granby St
Norfolk,
VA
US

Azar's Natural Foods caravans the Mediterranean to bring back healthy recipes drawing from Spanish, Italian, Greek, Turkish, Lebanese, and Moroccan lands. The menu includes a vast variety including ample vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, and seafood dishes. An earthy and relaxing décor sets the tone to dine on dishes such as maza—an appetizer plate overflowing with hummus, baba gannouj, tabbuli, stuffed grape leaves, plus dip-worthy olives, tomatoes, pickles, pita bread, ($12.95)—and stuffed eggplant, which encapsulates ground beef, pine nuts, and onions under a smooth tomato sauce ($13.95). Other delectable edibles include kebab dinners consisting of two skewers threaded through grilled vegetables ($8.95), chicken ($13.95), beef ($14.95), or a combination of all three ($15.95).

2000 Colley Ave
Norfolk,
VA
US

3Way Cafe serves up bistro-style lunch fare with a tripartite menu of soups, salads, and sandwiches. Bread-based eats unify disparate ingredients into a single, edible empire, including the Figgy Piggy's assembly of tender herb-roasted pork, baby spinach, gouda, roasted tomatoes, pesto aioli, and a tangy fig glaze ($7.49).

216 E Plume St
Norfolk,
VA
US

The sandwichsmiths at Grace Street Grill stuff authentic Amoroso rolls shipped in from Philadelphia with succulent cheesesteak to concoct a smorgasbord of savory sandwiches. Triumphant slices of grilled beef parade down the pepper steak philly sandwich ($6.75 for a regular) beneath a shower of sautéed green pepper and onion ticker tape. In the kitchen, cooks wash a slab of grilled chicken in succulent barbecue sauce to create the barbecue chicken philly ($6.75 for a regular), while fistfuls of french fries or sweet potato fries ($1.95 each) emerge from the fryer crispier than a deep-fried autumn leaf. Grace Street Grill also caters to the most important meal of the day with an arsenal of breakfast sandwiches ($2.75+) served on a choice of four breads with a rousing bugle reveille on the side.

217 Grace St
Norfolk,
VA
US