Pick your picnic on Norwich Market

31 July 2020

Pick your picnic on Norwich Market

Come down to the market today, and you’re sure for a tasty surprise! Our award-winning market has an amazing selection of take-aways, delis, and delicious food stores. Why not build your own picnic to enjoy in the city centre? There are plenty of gorgeous green spaces to sit down for lunch, so you can enjoy a delicious meal in the great outdoors. Plus, shopping at the market is a great-way to support local independent businesses!

Bread Source

Pop by Bread Source for all sorts of baked goods, from sourdough to sandwiches! Their selection of pastries will keep everybody happy – we’re particularly partial to a cinnamon bun, but their pastel de natas and doughnuts are also wonderful. Why not pick up a loaf for later, so you can enjoy Breadsource the next day too.

Small sourdough £2.80, Cinnamon Bun £2.60. Other pastries range in price.

CJ’s Fruit & Veg

Family run CJ’s is a marketplace stalwart. Grab some fresh fruit to go along with your picnic, so you can feel virtuous and get your five a day. We can never resist the local strawberries – what could be more suited to an English Summer day!

Local Strawberries £3.50

Blueberries £2.50

Norwich Market

Little Red Roaster

Fancy a flat white or a cappuccino to go? Little Red Roaster make gorgeous coffees so you can get your caffeine hit from this independent stall. You can also grab a bag of coffee to take home, so you can enjoy delicious roasts in the comfort of your own home.

Coffee bags to take home from £7.50

Lucy’s Chips

You can’t go wrong with chips! One of England’s traditional outdoor treats, Lucy’s Chips offers a wide menu of deep-fried treats, including a bespoke vegan menu.

Prices start at £1.30 for a small chips

The Cheese Man

A cheese plate at a picnic? The stuff dreams are made of! The Cheese Man has a wide selection of local and more exotic cheese, from Binham Blue to manchego. Don’t forget to pick up some grapes from CJ’s to go with them..

Prices vary depending on cheese and quantity


Norwich Market. Credit Hannah Hutchins

Walsingham Farm Shop

This mini farm shop and hot food stall brings the best seasonal North Norfolk food to the heart of the city. There’s plenty of picnic fare to choose from including pies, sausage rolls, scotch eggs, and quiches!

Pies from £2.95

And Eat It

More than just cookies, And Eat It specialises in the loaded cookie, stuffed with brownies, and chocolate bars like Freddos, Kinder Beunos, and many more! Vegan options are available, and remember, you don’t have to eat it all at once.

Brookies from £2.50

Sir Toby’s Beers

Need something to wash it down? Sir Toby’s sells a wide range of beers, cider, real ales, IPAs, and a few bottles of wine too. Why not go all out, and ask them for a recommendation to go with your meal?

Cans/Bottles from £2.95

Bottle of Wine from £17.50

The Ice Cream Parlour

Finish off the meal with an ice cream – it’s a picnic favourite for a reason! The Ice Cream Parlour has a huge range of choices, from vegan options to diabetic friendly choices, and they’ve got gluten free cones too!

Prices start from £2 (check)