5 brilliant bakeries you have to visit in Norwich

Brilliant bakeries in Norwich: Crusty Corner Bakery (left) and Dozen Artisan Bakery.

Brilliant bakeries in Norwich: Crusty Corner Bakery (left) and Dozen Artisan Bakery. - Credit: Archant

With The Great British Bake Off finally back on our screens, many will be attempting to whip up tasty pastries that would make Mary Berry proud, but if baking isn't for you, why not leave it to the professionals and head to one of these brilliant bakeries instead.

Chocolate caramel twists at the Crusty Corner Bakery, a local craft bakery using traditional methods

Chocolate caramel twists at the Crusty Corner Bakery, a local craft bakery using traditional methods. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: copyright: Archant 2014

• Mountain Bakery

Run by Rose Kemmy, a baker with a love for all things Swedish, Mountain Bakery is a Scandinavian micro bakery located upstairs at Gosling and Guzman on Charing Cross. A holiday to Stockholm inspired the bake shop, which officially opened earlier this year, and ever since Rose has been producing a tempting array of buns, pasties, cakes, tarts, loaves and biscuits, mixing flavours to create unique and quirky combinations.

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• Bread Source

This artisan bakery on Upper St Giles Street is making a name for itself amongst locals for its award-winning hand crafted bread and pastries. They offer everything from dense sourdoughs to flaky croissants and stepping into their store will make you feel as if you've been transported straight from the fine city to the streets of France.

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• Dozen Artisan Bakery

Dozen promise their customers nothing less than the finest bread and pastries from their bakery on Gloucester Street and if their customer reviews on Twitter are anything to go by, then they certainly deliver. Catrin Darsley said: 'the best focaccia I've had outside of Italy', while Samuel Le Good thought there was 'no better way to start the day off' than with one of their pastries.

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• Pye Baker of Norwich

The Pye Baker Bakery and Cafe is located at 132 Dereham Road and is a haven for foodies, offering a wide selection of baked goods from dreamy dark chocolate teacakes to crisp homemade meringues. As well as traditional bakery treats, the cafe also offer a range of lunchtime specials and know how to brew a mean cup of coffee.

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• Crusty Corner Bakery

This independent, family run bakery is a favourite among locals, who often abandon their vehicles up and down Bell Road in their haste to get their hands on Crusty Corner's freshly baked bread, cakes, cookies, scones, cup cakes and savoury pastries. From filled rolls to bespoke birthday cakes, this place can do it all.

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