A foodie tour of the fine city of Norwich. Pies sell out fast at all our stockists, so it's always worth giving them a call first if you're making a special journey...

Pies at The Jubilee Pub

Pies at The Jubilee Pub

Shops
The Green Grocer -Earlham Road. Our first ever stockist, way back in 2007 and what an excellent place to start. As well as a wide range of carefully sourced deli goods, they have a great bistro cafe too. Twitter @TheGreenGrocers Facebook The Green Grocers

The Norwich Providore

The Norwich Providore

The Norwich Providore - Row B, Norwich Market. Just up from Mike & Debbie's vegetable stall. Selling the best of Norfolk produce including the wonderful Bread Source Bread. Here's a little video I made of them. Twitter @NchProvidore Facebook The Norwich Providore

Harvey's Butchers Grove Road. Simply the best proper butcher and game dealer in Norwich and has been great since 1924.  Twitter @HarveysPuremeat Facebook Harvey's Pure Meat

Clark and Ravenscroft, St Gregory's Alley

Clark and Ravenscroft, St Gregory's Alley

Clarke & Ravenscroft - St Gregory’s Alley. A delightful small deli on the Norwich Lanes, much championed by Delia Smith. Twitter @CandRavenscroft Facebook Clark and Ravenscroft

Amaretto - St George’s Street. Fantastic deli run by Fabrizio, very strong on Italian food, but also lots of excellent Spanish goodies and the best of local food too. Twitter @AmarettoDeli Facebook Amaretto Deli

Green Pastures Farm Shop- Bergh Apton A garden centre with a very long history, now run by James and Michelle, Green Pastures was set up by James’s grandfather. The garden centre has a thriving farm shop (and a beautiful new restaurant) , where they bake the pies in their own kitchen, fresh each weekend. Twitter @NorfolkFayre Facebook Green Pastures

White House Farm

White House Farm

Norwich Pick Your Own (White House Farm) – thriving pick your own farm on Salhouse Road on the outskirts of the City, just beyond Sprowston, now with a brilliant butcher’s and cafe and a farmer's market once a month. Twitter @NorwichPYO Facebook White House Farm

Cafes
Biddy’s Tearoom- Lower Goat Lane. This is a  fabulous and very popular vintage inspired tearoom serving gorgeous food and lots and lots of character. Twitter BiddysTearoom Facebook Biddy's Tearoom

The Shackleton Cafe - Hellesdon Barns. A stylish cafe selling our pies and sausage rolls. Just off the Norwich ring road. Twitter @HellesdonBarns Facebook Hellesdon Barns

Offices

Number8

Number8

Number8 - Thorpe Road. Beautiful and professional modern managed offices, immediately opposite Norwich railway station. Available for hot desking by the hour (hire a little sanctuary to work in if your train is delayed!) and daily collaborative working to conferences. With great refreshments. Twitter No8ThorpeRoad Facebook No. 8 Thorpe Road

Pubs

The Playhouse Bar (Rory James Photography)

The Playhouse Bar (Rory James Photography)

The Playhouse Bar-St George’s Street. A brilliant bar, next to the Playhouse Theatre and opposite The Norwich University of The Arts, set next to an idyllic stretch of the river. Twitter @theplayhousebar Facebook The Playhouse Bar

The Rumsey Wells Pub - St Andrews Street. A great City Centre pub that takes a real pride in their food. Twitter @therumsey Facebook The Rumsey Wells

The Jubilee - St Leonards Road. This is a delightful pub with a long history found in Thorpe Hamlet. Perfectly located for the train station and Carrow Road. Treat yourself to a pint, a pie and a game of Scrabble. Twitter @jubilethe  Facebook The Jubilee   

The Lollard's Pit - Riverside Road. A friendly, welcoming pub with a fascinating historical link, selling a variety of local beers.  Facebook The Lollard's Pit Twitter @Lollards_Pit