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Popular village coffee shop to relaunch as bistro

PUBLISHED: 12:37 20 March 2018 | UPDATED: 15:49 20 March 2018

The Coffee House Kenninghall is relaunching as Kenninghall Bistro. Photo: Kenninghall Bistro

The Coffee House Kenninghall is relaunching as Kenninghall Bistro. Photo: Kenninghall Bistro

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A Norfolk coffee shop is relaunching as a bistro.

The Coffee House Kenninghall is relaunching as Kenninghall Bistro. Photo: Kenninghall BistroThe Coffee House Kenninghall is relaunching as Kenninghall Bistro. Photo: Kenninghall Bistro

The Coffee House Kennignhall has been made over and will reopen on March 24 as Kenninghall Bistro.

Located in the market place, the business serves a range of meals, cakes and drinks with vegan and vegetarian options available as well as dairy and gluten free.

Owned by Jonathan Wise, who also runs Banham Butchers and Delicatessen, the bistro has been remodelled to look like a traditional tea shop.

A spokesman said: “We would like to thank customers for their support during renovations and hope they are pleased with the new look and what we have to offer.

Drinks from the Kenninghall Bistro. Photo: Kenninghall BistroDrinks from the Kenninghall Bistro. Photo: Kenninghall Bistro

“We welcome everyone and are dementia friendly and child friendly, we’re also aiming to become a plastic free business within two months, having introduced Vegware takeaway cups and lids as well as biodegradable straws.”

Kenninghall Bistro’s launch event will take place from 8am to 4pm.

A range of special offers will be available on the day, including buy one get one free on coffee and cake, free drinks with any hot meal and 15pc off breakfast.

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