The Compleat Angler
This is a popular choice with away fans, if you're travelling by train you can't miss it as it's directly in front of the train station (just over the river). This is a big pub featuring a large balcony overlooking the river, and it's usually full of away support on match days (since the Clarence Harbour closed). There's a good selection of beers and good food, and it's about a fifteen minute walk (at most) to the ground.
Please note: There is a KFC just a few doors down, so you can easily grab something to eat and walk to the ground.
West Coast Grill and Bar
This is large pub, which has been newly refurbished for the start of the 2010 season. This was formerly a 'Old Orleans' pub. The ale is quite good, and it's certainly less crowded than Squares and Queen of the Iceni. The food is also much better, with the usually cajun chicken, burgers, and chips served. Recommended for families looking for a quieter drink
This is a great football pub, but is mainly used by home fans. There are two large screen TV, that show 'memorable' Norwich games, and several smaller TV's with Sky Sports on. The ale is good, but expect to wait to get served, due to the sheer size and popularity of this pub. You may find the service is quicker upstairs, at one on the smaller bars. There is also a large riverside balcony, which we are told hosts barbecue's during the fair weather games. This pub is well worth a look, but if you are in a large group, then the doormen may not be too welcoming!
Queen of the Iceni
This pub is part of the JD Wetherspoon chain of pubs, and is a Lloyd's No 1 Bar. It's located next door to Squares, and is reported to hold 2000 people. Whenever we have visited the bar area has been absolutely heaving. Being a Wetherspoons pub the beer is competitively priced, and the food is best describer as 'OK'.
That said, there is a very large outside patio area for those early season (warm weather) games
This pub is located at the ground within the Riverend, and lets in a 'limited number' of away fans. It includes a large screen TV & a 'McDonalds' style burger bar, but obviously gets rather crowded on match days. For away fans the location is also a bit of a pain, as it's located in the opposite corner to the away end!
The Coach And Horses
The Coach and Horses is located on Thorpe Road, which is very near to the railway station, 10 minutes from the city centre, and 15 minutes from Carrow Road.
This pub boasts it’s own brewery (Chalk Hill Brewery) and hence serves many real ale beverages. A word of warning, this pub gets very busy, so arrive early!
The Mustard Pot
Located on Thorpe Road, this pub contains mainly home supporters, but the occasional group of away fans are treated with respects, and occasionally a little banter. The beer available is best described as 'OK', and it's about a 15 /20 minute walk to the ground from here. There is also good, 'down-to-earth' food served, although to eat in this pub you really need to be early, as it does get busy.