16 exciting food and drink stalls to try on Norwich Market

Norwich Market is home to a plethora of food and drink stalls (photo: michaeljohnbutton, Flickr, CC

Norwich Market is home to a plethora of food and drink stalls (photo: michaeljohnbutton, Flickr, CC BY 2.0) - Credit: Archant

The colourful Norwich Market is packed with an eclectic range of stalls including creative food and drink ventures inspired by cuisines from around the world. We have picked 16 to try

The Little Red Roaster

Row B, stalls 52 and 53

This little coffee stand started life on the market but has since expanded to two additional brick and mortar shops around the city – one on Grove Road and one on St Andrews Hill. Coffee at LRR is delicious, with hoards of great online reviews standing as testament to this.

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Lakenham Creamery

Stall 8

A Norwich institution since the 1930s, Lakenham Creamery serves tasty – and award-winning – ice cream in a range of flavours from the market, an offshoot of its main shop on Trafalgar Street.

Sir Toby’s Beers

Stall 182

Championing local producers and those from further afield, Sir Toby’s Beers is a craft beer and real ale seller. Local companies include Boudicca Brewing Co near Fakenham, Ampersand Brew Co from Bungay, Poppyland Brewery from Cromer, and many more. Check out the ciders, wines and spirits on offer too!

The Cheese Man

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Row C, stalls 62 and 63

One hundred and forty varieties of cheese are on offer at The Cheese Man stall, with offerings from local Norfolk producers to Cheddar cheese from the caves of Somerset.

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The Feed

Row A, stalls 24 and 25

Not only does The Feed serve up some great lunchtime treats in the form of freshly made sandwiches, sausage rolls and salads, it is a great social enterprise helping the homeless and donating 100% of profits to charity.

The Norwich Providore

Row B, stalls 44 and 45

Freshly made artisanal breads and local condiments including chutney and honey are available from The Norwich Providore. This is perfect to visit on a Saturday morning to get in your weekend’s supplies.

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Stall 175

A unique addition to the Market is Lasagneria, with owner Paolo making fresh lasagne and serving it up to hungry customers in big slices.

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Bia Kitchen

Row B, stalls 54 and 55

Katsu curry, burgers, burritos, mac ‘n’ cheese and much more is available from Bia – and it’s all vegan! Toasties come packed with sautéed mushrooms, spinach and house hollandaise and philly cheesesteak sandwiches are bursting with steak style pieces with vegetables and cheese sauce in a sub.

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Bun Box

Stall 23

A menu of Japanese-style street food including steamed buns and donburi rice bowls is available at the market for a lunch with a distinctly eastern flavour.

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Churros & Chorizo

Row A, stall 20

Spanish food is on the menu at Churros & Chorizo with treats such as paella, albondigas (Spanish meatballs), potato hash and of course, churros with chocolate sauce for dessert.

Cocina Mia

Stalls 152 and 153

Family recipes from Chile are served at Cocina Mia. Think empanadas stuffed with chicken and chorizo and a host of Chilean specials that change daily. Frequent visits recommended.

Falafel & Friends

Stalls 40 and 41

Another one loved by veggies, Falafel & Friends serves inventive plant-based dishes such as kimchi bibimbap – complete with pumpkin sphere in lieu of the traditional raw egg.

• Henry’s Hog Roast

Row D, stall 81

Pork with crackling and apple sauce on soft bread rolls are delicious from Henry’s Hog Roast.

Jakey The Bakey

Row A, stalls 32 and 33

French-inspired breakfasts and lunches are available from Jakey “Le” Bakey. Regular treats include steak frites served with salad and garlic mayo. Keep an eye out for weekly specials too.

Sicily Market

Row A, stall 34

Sicily Market serves authentic Sicilian pizza, arancini and daily-changing Italian street food specials. It may be spaghetti and meatballs, gnocchi, Sicilian sausage – make sure to follow Sicily Market on social media to stay in the know about specials.

• The Banger Stop

Row D, stall 80

The Banger Stop serves loaded hot dogs with homemade sausages in soft buns with home made sauces and inventive toppings. Open Monday to Saturday from midday to 3pm.

For a full list of Norwich Market stalls, visit the Norwich City Council website.


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