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Trafford Arms, Norwich - pub details

Trafford Arms

Address: 61 Grove Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR1 3RL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12767) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Norwich (0.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.5/10 (rated by 40 users)
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Popped in on City of Ale tour. Locals pub, bit out the way but worth the detour. Greeted by a lovely barmaid and the beers were in good order. Tried an Oakham ale and a Woodfordes Wherry as a marker. Food was good - the chilli was full of chunks of beef.
mikey64 - 30 May 2016 15:22
10 pumps serving, selection of dark, copper and pale ales. Little pots showing the colour in front of each pump and a taster offered. Both beers I tried were in fine condition. Food menu has changed and I think it's less local now and more national. Both local sounding meals, lamb leg steak and sausages were off when I was eating early evening. Not convinced that the chips were home made and the fish seemed too regular for a local catch. But I may be wrong.
TonyMitch - 10 May 2016 20:27
Elgood black dog d
Addams south m
Adams ghost m?
Woodfordes brew352 l
Woodfordes wherry m
Gales firecracker m
Flip side sterling l
Big lamp prince bishop l
Black hill shield row l
Harviestoun old engine oil d

Excellent pub. Busy Friday just before Xmas. Food basic limited menu but well cooked and local produce still on the menu. Tried the 2 trad bitters that were available. Both in good nick. Staff friendly and accommodating. Try this pub!
TonyMitch - 18 Dec 2015 22:22
Excellent pub, good food, fair price and local produce if possible used. 11 beers on, woodfordes Wherry, burton bridge top dog stout, GK manga carta, Adnams mosaic and southwold bitter, BB Donald's duck, Oakhams Inferno, Castle rock Runneymead, Tetleys keg bitter!, Adnams blackshore stout, winters mild. Donald Duck is light but fortunately not too citrus, well kept . Pub is worth a visit in a city blessed with numerous decent pubs.
TonyMitch - 10 Jun 2015 19:25
A pub which fully deserves the praise it is getting - a large interior with good old-fashioned service and a mixture of customers from youngsters to pensioners, many partaking of what looked like very good and varied food. The large selection of ales available were mostly local and my pint of Wherry was very well kept. A number of future events of various kinds were being advertised and the overall good-humoured atmosphere and pleasant ambience indicates that the people who run it really know how to please a wide range of customers.
Stamfordian - 4 Dec 2012 12:31

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