Vegan Entrepreneur Loui Blake To Open Huge Three-Storey Plant-Based Restaurant In Norwich

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Prolific vegan entrepreneur Loui Blake is opening a three-storey plant-based cafe, restaurant and bar in Norwich.

Erpingham House, located at 22 Tombland, will open over the weekend of May 26-27

It will house a cafe serving hot drinks, juices and lunch, as well as a restaurant with becomes a cocktail bar at night.

Blake is hands-on with the business - even getting involved with building work (Photo: Instagram)

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Blake, who is originally from Norwich, conceived the idea after struggling to 'equally enjoyable and nutritious' food as a vegan.

He said: "The menu is entirely free-from animal products and mostly gluten-free. It offers a healthier, more conscious way to eat and drink out.

"Seeing the building and knowing its history, I wanted to restore it in a way that breathed new life into it and offer something new to the city."

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