Norwich folk love a good pub and the city has plenty of boozers to choose from.

There is no longer one for every day of the year but there are still many top pubs for people to visit

Here are the seven best pubs in Norwich according to Tripadvisor.

1. Woolpack Inn

Where: 9 Golden Ball Street, Norwich, NR1 3EH

Norwich Evening News: The Woolpack InnThe Woolpack Inn (Image: Jessica Long)

A Green King pub, The Woolpack Inn is popular with drinkers and sports fans.

Grab a bite to eat from the quick and affordable menu of pub classics and snack-style food.

Whether you are popping in for a lunchtime pit stop, a drink after work, or karaoke on a Friday night, this is a buzzing boozer.

2. The Farmhouse

Where: 50 Colman Road, Norwich, NR4 7EH

Norwich Evening News: The Farmhouse in Coleman RoadThe Farmhouse in Coleman Road (Image: Google Maps)

Visitors rave about the pub's variety of food and the Sunday carvery on offer - one person claimed it is "proper pub grub".

Many reviewers mention the quality of food and the friendly nature of service, as well as the choice of ales and beers.

There is also a spacious children's play area to keep the kids entertained. 

3. William and Florence

Where: 111 Unthank Road, Norwich, NR2 2PE

Norwich Evening News: William and Florence beer gardenWilliam and Florence beer garden (Image: William and Florence)

With a large outside space in the heart of NR2, the William and Florence is a favourite for many locals to have a drink at.

The Sunday lunch is also raved about, with large portion sizes and high-quality food.

It is open for brunch and right through to last orders.

4. Louis Marchesi

Where: 17 Tombland, Norwich, NR3 1HR

Norwich Evening News: Louis Marchesi in TomblandLouis Marchesi in Tombland (Image: Newsquest)

Previously Take 5, the Louis Marchesi is a "proper pub" which attracts people of all age groups and is a regular spot for fans on Norwich City match days.

Below the pub is one of the city’s oldest crypts still in use, which is used for all kinds of events.

Enjoy Sunday Roasts, loaded fries and burgers from Hobb Boss Catering while enjoying a drink.

5. Red Lion Bishopsgate

Where: 79 Bishopgate, Norwich, NR1 4AA

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Situated by the river in one of the prettiest parts of Norwich, this pub is known for its sunny beer garden and wide range of food. 

Norfolk Paddleboards is based on the grounds at the pub, as well as Patron Paella and Feel Good Ice Cream Co.

You may even spot a kingfisher as you enjoy a pint.

6. The Champion

Where: 101 Chapel Field Road, Norwich, NR2 1SE

Norwich Evening News: The Champion pubThe Champion pub (Image: The Champion)

Many reviewers call the pub "cosy", "traditional" and a "real hidden gem".

The Batemans pub sits just off the St Stephens roundabout and is a regular post-work pit stop - especially with happy hour between 5pm and 6pm.

Enjoy karaoke every Sunday live music on selected Fridays and an acoustic round every Monday. 

7. The Malt and Mardle

Where: 163 Magdalen Street, Norwich, NR3 1NF

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Malt and Mardle was opened in July 2021 by couple Emily Bridges and Elliot Dransfield, and the team has since been hard at work to expand its carefully curated selection of craft ales and local brews.

The venue has just 334 sqft inside and is one of the city's smallest pubs offering just one room for up to 40 people to gather.

Ratings are accurate as of July 6 2023.