Fantastically tasty homemade sausages are served here to be enjoyed best in a bun with a choice of accompaniments including homemade ketchup or homemade smoked paprika and red pepper chilli sauce or just classicly with onions and cheese. Row D – Stall 80 – Monday to Saturday 12 noon to 3pm
Lunchtimes will never be the same again with this lovely vegan diner. A changing variety of food is available often including burritos, patties, wraps, rolls, toasties and of course the signature ‘jack bap’. Cold brew bottled coffee is also on offer. Everything is homemade. Stall numbers 54 and 55 Row B – Tuesday to Saturday Continue reading
All day breakfasts, toasted sandwiches, burgers, baps and rolls in every guise are available on this stall along with hot and cold drinks. Row C – Stalls 74 and 75 – Monday to Friday 6.30am to 3pm / Saturday 6.30am to 4pm
Hand-cut fresh chips are made here daily and fried in palm oil, so they are suitable for vegetarians. A variety of hot and cold dips are available as accompaniments along with sausages and fishcakes and hot and cold drinks. Row C – Stalls 61 – Monday to Saturday 10.30am to 4pm Hand-cut chips fried in Continue reading
Situated at the front of the market. City fish is a traditional fish monger specialising in locally caught fish, smoked fish and shellfish. Friendly service with a wide range of fresh seafood and good advice.
Delectable selections of shellfish to eat on the spot or take home are available here. Giving a real ‘taste of the sea’, the shellfish on offer includes: cockles, mussels, prawns, cray fish tails, whelks, jellied eels, brown shrimps, oysters and roll mops or mixed trays with a little of everything. Stall 4 – Monday to Continue reading
This traditional fruit and vegetable stall has been run by four generations of the same family have been running this traditional fruit and vegetabl. Much of its colourful and delicious range of stock is sourced locally including strawberries, apples, rhubarb, asparagus, leeks, cauliflowers and plums in season Stall 27 – Monday to Saturday, 7am to Continue reading
A hearty breakfast selection featuring everything from bacon, sausages, eggs, and toast can be found at this popular stall along with burgers and cold choices including filled rolls, cakes and scones, with teas, coffees and cold drinks. Rows E and F – Stalls 116 and 119 – Monday to Friday 7am to 3pm / Saturday, Continue reading
Offering vegetarian street food – from Falafels to burgers. Plus Seating area. (Zena recommends – the Aubergine snitzel around £5 for a breaded aubergine chunk, jam packed with salad in to a soft bun and served with a few home style spiced jacket wedges)
Certified organic fruit and vegetables from three local smallholdings are sold here. The stock varies according to season, but can include mushrooms, salads, leeks, cauliflowers, rhubarb, chard and garlic. Fresh eggs, seeds, teas and an ever-changing variety of organic tinned and bottled items are also on sale. Row A Stalls 30 and 31 – Tuesday Continue reading
Norwich’s best jacket potatoes with a whole array of fillings can be found at this friendly stall. It is also the home of the ‘breakfast in a box’ and as if that’s not tasty enough, you could even try a breakfast on a jacket potato! You can eat at the stall or takeaway and George Continue reading
Succulent freshly-cooked pork sourced from Norfolk and Suffolk with all the trimmings is the fayre from this delicious stall. Crispy crunchy crackling, apple sauce, and fresh bread rolls are all on offer along with beef and turkey options too. Row D – Stall 81 – Monday to Saturday
A wonderfully wide assortment of loose herbs and spices, dried beans and pulses and dried fruits and nuts are available on this store, many of which can be difficult to source at the shops. You can buy everything from Turkish figs to smoked pimenton paprika, juniper berries, vanilla pods, sumac and all kinds of lentils Continue reading
Lucy’s Chip Stall is a traditional chip shop in the heart of Norwich Market. Established for over 65 years, we use only the best Maris Piper potatoes freshly chipped and cooked in Beef dripping. Our butchers sausages are locally sourced. Our Aim is to always provide the best quality available at very affordable prices.
A family affair, this long-established friendly stall sells a large array of fresh fruit and vegetables, much of it local to Norfolk. Popular seasonal local offerings include tomatoes, asparagus, strawberries, rhubarb, tomatoes and cherries. Row B – Stalls 46 and 47 – Monday to Saturday 7am to 5pm
This small and friendly family business specialises in vegetarian, dairy-free and gluten-free breads, cakes, biscuits, savouries, fudge and chocolate. Their fayre is handmade in Norfolk and they also stock local ranges of sauces, relishes and dressings. Vegans are catered for too. Row F – Stall 124, and 125 – Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 5pm
A large array of local outdoor-reared meats are available at this long-established friendly market butchers. A range of home-made burgers and sausages are on sale along with delicious marinated oven-ready meats. Duck, goose and quails eggs are also on sale and the business is a game specialist with pheasants and more available in season and Continue reading
A family business dating back more than 50 years, Pickerings is nationally renowned for its huge selection of sausages. Most are gluten-free and all are made from locally-sourced meats with only the finest natural ingredients and spices. If you buy 2lb you get 1lb free. Home-cured bacon is also available along with delicious marinated oven-ready Continue reading
Locally-baked fresh artisan breads are available at this sumptuous stall along with pastries and bakes. You can also find a varying array of local Norfolk jams, chutneys, pickles, chilli jams, honey and Marsh Pig charcuterie. An ordering service is available. Row B – Stalls 44 and 45 – Tuesday to Saturday 8am to 4pm
A range of beautifully fresh espresso or Aeropressed coffee is served here to drink in or take away. You can also buy coffee beans and coffee-making equipment and a small selection of flapjacks and biscuits are also often available.Teas and cold drinks are also on sale. Row B – Stalls 52 and 53 – Monday Continue reading
Established for more than 60 years, Reggie’s is the home of the ‘belly buster’ breakfast and you can buy every combination of breakfast item including sausage, egg, and bacon in any kind of roll, bap, french stick or sandwich. The stall is also popular for its minced beef pies and you can pick up freshly Continue reading
Established in 1953 and widely-renowned for its tasty homemade chips, this stall was first set up by Ron’s grandfather and today the third generation of the family are still hard at work here. Ron’s serve up cod and sausages in their own homemade batter along with hand-cut chips and cold drinks to wash it all Continue reading
This stall is particularly well-known for its tasty kebabs and its infamous cheese-on-toast doorstep. You can also find filled rolls, breakfast baps, toasties, burgers and teacakes as well as a nice cup of tea or coffee or a cold drink to wash it all down with. Row D – Stall 96 – Monday to Saturday Continue reading
Traditional Norfolk Aldous ice cream is available on this stall along with Mr Whippy cones and delicious sorbets. Sauces, sprinkles and more are stocked along with specialist diabetic and gluten-free cones and ice creams. The stall also serves coke floats and cold drinks. On the top right hand corner opposite the Guild Hall.
A traditional gem, this market stall was established in 1949 and the third generation of the family is still at its helm. It sells its own fresh homemade mushy peas along with tasty mint sauce, assorted pies, bacon rolls, old-fashioned Westler burgers, hot dogs, hot drinks and more. Row E – Stall 115 – Monday Continue reading
Eastern European rotisserie cones of flaky caramelised pastry. Found on the streets of Prague & Budapest – known as Trdelnik. There called Chimneys because of the smoke / steam they give off after cooking and removing from the mould. Hot served with chocolate or cold served with ice-cream.