From paella to pizza, a road in Norwich's vibrant Golden Triangle is fast becoming the city's number one food destination.

Earlham Road is home to an array of independent food businesses and is now rivalling the likes of Lower Goat Lane and Magdalen Street for its tasty offerings.

Towards the city centre end are The Black Horse and The Earlham pubs - both run by landlady Rose Hanison.

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They have very different identities, with The Black Horse, which dates back to the 18th century, a more traditional watering hole with a pub classics menu and summer specials. 

The beer garden, which is one of the city's best, hosts a paella pop-up on Tuesday evenings from Patrón Norwich and a horsebox serves open sandwiches and salads on Thursday and Friday nights and from midday on Saturdays. 

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Just up the road is its trendy sister pub The Earlham, which features eclectic artwork and serves a street food-style menu.

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Iain Carter, previously the sous chef at Brix and Bones, is at The Earlham on Monday evenings with his pop-up Bubba Kitchen.

He serves pittas, tacos and fried chicken and his dishes are now available late-night on Fridays and Saturdays via Uber Eats. 

Elsewhere, Mitre Coffee is a great community café in a historic pub site, which was first licenced in 1867.

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Finally, the Earlham House Shopping Centre is a hotspot for food and drink, including Kuzma The Spice Merchant, full to the brim with ingredients from across the globe, and Dyrrah Coffee, which becomes a buzzing pizzeria on Thursday to Saturday evenings. 

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Also in the parade of shops, The Green Grocers is much more than what it says on the tin and it boasts a deli, shop and café, with plenty of vegetarian and vegan options.

It also does takeaway sourdough pizzas on Thursday to Saturday nights, or you can dine alfresco on the outside tables.

Just a stone's throw from the city centre, Earlham Road is the place to be for foodies.