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  1. Hello everyone, My name is Aris and I would like to tell you more about a story that’s recently been on the paper. My other half, G, our business partner, Tom and myself have recently open the doors of the Vagabond Cafe and Pasta House to the public. Our restaurant is located in Norwich, more precisely on the Riverside on the boat that used to be the Thai on the River. The barge has been in Norwich for about thirty years and, together with the Sea Cadets, has been one of the main features of the riverside of this city. The Cadets have left only last week and we are now the only large boat to represent the boating community in the port that Norwich officially is. The restaurant itself has been transformed many times over the years, starting off as a burger place, moving on to Asian cuisine and in particular Thai cuisine until only last year. We found it empty and in decay a few months ago and because of our love for boats and our passion for fresh tasty food, we approached the owner with the idea of opening a new restaurant in it, which he agreed to. We immediately started working hard to fix the inside of the place and make it suitable to cook and serve food in and after three months we can proudly announce to the whole of Norwich that we are ready and full of enthusiasm to make this place again a great feature of the beautiful city that we live in ! We are now open for both lunch and dinner with an all‐you‐can‐eat menu of fresh made egg pasta with a variety of authentic Italian sauces prepared with fresh ingredients every day. We pride ourselves with serving food from our own country (that’s right, Italy is where we are from) and sharing with you the amazing experience that delicious food provides. Moreover, we operate as a sit down and take away cafe all day long and play all kinds of exquisite music in the evenings, ranging from classical guitar solos to local jazz band performances . We hope you’ll appreciate our passion, be intrigued by our idea and overwhelmed by curiosity to come and pay us a visit. We’ll be waiting with open arms !
  2. Thasarummun

    Lion At Thurne

    Simply Brilliant A great, somewhat wet, of course, Easter afloat. After fitting Zephyr with a windscreen wiper motor and blade (the end result was less than perfection: pretty rubbish water clearing results really) we moored this evening at Thurne and visited the newly re-opened Lion. I have to say the results are fantastic, absolutely brilliant: great decor, furnishings, phenomenal service and excellent food. Genuinely cannot recommend highly enough: our regular favourite is the White Horse at Neatishead: to find out tonight, it’s the same team: massive congratulations. Showers and amusements being brought back to life over the next few months: Great work.

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