A fast food restaurant has reopened in a bigger location following "huge demand" from customers. 

Hank's Dirty vegan restaurant has relocated to the former home of Cocina on level four of Castle Quarter this weekend. 

The chain was previously based in the Castle Social food court but has relocated to offer table service as well as a variety of alcoholic drinks. 

The owners of Hank's Dirty have also launched new restaurant Top Dawgs and Desserts in their old food court unit. 

Norwich Evening News: Hank's Dirty is now serving a range of vegan cocktails, draft beers and shotsHank's Dirty is now serving a range of vegan cocktails, draft beers and shots (Image: Castle Quarter)Geoffrey Bligh, owner, said: "We had such a huge demand in the food court that when the bigger restaurant space became available it was a no-brainer. 

"It's been a very challenging year for hospitality and it's amazing to be able to do this and improve the offering for our customers. 

"We loved being in the food court and it's been the perfect opportunity to launch Top Dawgs and Desserts as a new concept."

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Top Dawgs and Desserts is also fully vegan and serves a variety of milkshakes, desserts and hot dogs. 

Mr Bligh added: "We want people to keep an open mind and try something new.

"We think of ourselves as offering good food that just happens to be vegan."

Hank's Dirty and Top Dawgs and Desserts are both open in Castle Quarter.