Let them eat churros! Spanish food stall opens on Norwich Market

Churros and chocolate sauce from new market stall, Churros & Chorizo which has opened at Stall 20, R

Churros and chocolate sauce from new market stall, Churros & Chorizo which has opened at Stall 20, Row A on Norwich Market. Photo: Churros & Chorizo - Credit: Churros and Chorizo

A new stall is cooking up a storm on Norwich Market.

A new market stall, Churros & Chorizo has opened at Stall 20, Row A on Norwich Market. Photo: Churro

A new market stall, Churros & Chorizo has opened at Stall 20, Row A on Norwich Market. Photo: Churros & Chorizo - Credit: Churros & Chorizo

Churros & Chorizo has opened at Stall 20, Row A, offering a range of Spanish street food and deli items.

Signature dishes include a hot chorizo sandwich with rocket and piquillo peppers and fresh churros served with a warm chocolate sauce.

The stall was created by Nick Brewer, a qualified chef from Norwich, and Hugo Malik, a city councillor for Norwich's Nelson Ward, who met in Spain in 2007.

Spanish chicken from Churros & Chorizo at Stall 20, Row A on Norwich Market. Photo: Churros & Choriz

Spanish chicken from Churros & Chorizo at Stall 20, Row A on Norwich Market. Photo: Churros & Chorizo - Credit: Churros & Chorizo

Mr Malik said: 'Nick's wife Natalie grew up near Barcelona and many of the items we serve pay homage to her old family recipes.


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'When Nick and I met again in Norwich, we started talking about setting up our own business, then when the fantastic changes were made to Norwich Market, we saw the perfect opportunity to turn our ideas into practice.'

He added: 'We aim to add more dishes to the menu in the coming months, including a slow cooked paella.'

For more information visit facebook.com/churrosandchorizo

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