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Best Food and Drink at Carrow Road?

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

It’s a UK football ground, so the cuisine is a far cry from any passable restaurant: it’s pies (£3), hot dogs (£3.50) and sausage rolls (£2). The taste is pretty average, but you’re there for the game, not the dining, so it gets a thumbs up from me for being hot and filling. Norwich City water their fans with all sorts of beverages, including a range of beers (£4-4.50), wine (£5), spirits (£5) and even quite fancy Rekorderlig cider for a fiver!

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

Norwich used to be famed for making their own brand of Pies, and they really were quite tasty. However those days are long gone and now you will be faced with the standard offerings of Pukka Pies for £3, Sausage Rolls for  £2 and Hot Dogs for £3.50.

There are plenty of drinks to be had as well – as well as the usual offering of Carlsberg, you can get a can of Worthington’s and Stowford Press Cider for £4.50 a go – as well as premixed cocktails such as Vodka + Coke and Gin+Tonic for £5 a can.

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