From Yorkie wraps to Halloween hot chocolate: 7 tasty treats to try in Norwich this October

The Yorkie Wrap from 67 London Street, a roast dinner wrapped in a giant Yorkshire pudding. Photo: M

The Yorkie Wrap from 67 London Street, a roast dinner wrapped in a giant Yorkshire pudding. Photo: Martin Leavold - Credit: Martin Leavold

Norwich's food scene is improving all the time, but with so many brilliant independent businesses open across the city it can be difficult to keep track of all the tempting treats on offer.

To give you a helping hand, Courtney Pochin has picked some of the new and upcoming additions to menus at cafes, restaurants and market stalls that you won't want to miss out on this month:

• Yorkshire pudding wraps

If you love nothing more than a Sunday roast, you're going to flip for the new addition to the menu at 67 London Street. The cafe has just launched Yorkie Wraps, that's a roast dinner wrapped up in a giant Yorkshire pudding. Current options include local roast pork with sausage, sage and onion stuffing, rosemary roasted roots, apple sauce and red wine gravy, as well as roast chicken, roast beef and a vegetarian option with strips of vegetarian sausage.

• Halloween-themed goodies

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If you enjoy themed food, you won't want to miss the offerings at And Eat It on Norwich Market this month. The stall is going to have a whole host of Halloween goodies, including a monster hot chocolate topped with spooky sweets and sprinkles.

• Fried apple pie

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• Pumpkin spice everything

Craving pumpkin spice in a form other than a latte? You can get your fix on Norwich market by dropping by Katie's Cake Box. The stall has whipped up a range of Autumnal treats including chocolate pumpkin spice cupcakes, pumpkin spice macarons and pumpkin spice caramel brownies.

• Spooky macarons

If Halloween is your favourite time of year you won't want to miss the upcoming range of spooktacular macarons from Macarons and More in the Royal Arcade. The patisserie is devising a devilish selection, which will include fiendish fingers.

• Black forest Hot Chocolate

As the weather cools off, there's nothing quite like warming up with a hot drink and the new selection at Aroma on Upper King Street features a decadent black forest hot chocolate. If you'd prefer coffee over chocolate, they've also got seasonal gingerbread lattes.

• Meat, cheese, olives, oh my!

Louis Deli in the heart of the Norwich Lanes have just launched new sharing platters, created using a range of local and continental ingredients. Current offerings include cheese, meat, fish and mixed.

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