A Norwich bakery has been listed as one of the best to visit in the country.

The Telegraph has named Dozen, the artisan bakery in the heart of the Golden Triangle, as one of Britain’s best which is "worth queuing up for".

The independent bakery based in Gloucester Street is popular among locals as customers line up outside the doors each weekend for its small batch bread.

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Dozen offers a large variety of baked goods with the counter-top selection including an olive fougasse, a speck and Isle of Mull cheese croissant and a seasonal custard bun.

For a lunch-time bite there are also slices of sourdough pizza or a spring sandwich on the menu. 

Specialising in naturally leavened bread and long-fermented pastries using raw cultured butter, the bakery uses natural ingredients including organic flour and self-milled East Anglian grown whole grains. 

The bakery is open Thursday to Saturday from 8am to 2pm.