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Norwich restaurant reopens after refurbishment with new name

PUBLISHED: 10:54 07 February 2018 | UPDATED: 08:03 08 February 2018

David O’Neill (centre) and team members Mandy Manley and Paula O'Neill welcome the Town House’s reopening (Image: The Town House)

David O’Neill (centre) and team members Mandy Manley and Paula O'Neill welcome the Town House’s reopening (Image: The Town House)

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A popular Norwich restaurant has reopened after being closed for refurbishment, relaunching itself as a pizza and carvery eatery.

(Left-Right) The Townhouse team members Richard Gamwell, Mandy Manley, General Manager David O’Neill, Paula O'Neill and Liam Samms are looking forward to welcoming back guests following the reopening (Image: The Town House)(Left-Right) The Townhouse team members Richard Gamwell, Mandy Manley, General Manager David O’Neill, Paula O'Neill and Liam Samms are looking forward to welcoming back guests following the reopening (Image: The Town House)

Following a three-week closure period, The Town House on Yarmouth Road in Thorpe St Andrew reopened last month.

The restaurant was formerly a Crown Carvery, however it is now operating as a Stonehouse Pizza & Carvery and has been given a brand new look.

The new look Town House will now be serving freshly baked pizzas alongside the traditional carvery option (Image: The Town House)The new look Town House will now be serving freshly baked pizzas alongside the traditional carvery option (Image: The Town House)

The new menu will now feature fresh dough pizzas, burgers, as well as slow roasted carvery meats with all the trimmings. Pub classics such as hand battered fish and steak and ale pie will also be on offer.

Speaking about the conversion, general manager David O’Neill said: “We’re excited about the new changes and are looking forward to welcoming people to come and see what Stonehouse Pizza & Carvery is all about.”

Chef Liam Samms shows off one of the new freshly baked pizzas now available at the Town House in addition to the traditional carvery (Image: The Town House)Chef Liam Samms shows off one of the new freshly baked pizzas now available at the Town House in addition to the traditional carvery (Image: The Town House)

The refurbishment has also created six new jobs and several further investment opportunities.

“We’re a real part of the local community and are looking to support local charities, projects and host a variety of events and activities that everyone can enjoy” Mr O’Neill added.

The Town House, Norwich underwent extensive refurbishment and has been reopened as a Stonehouse Pizza & Carvery (Image: The Town House)The Town House, Norwich underwent extensive refurbishment and has been reopened as a Stonehouse Pizza & Carvery (Image: The Town House)

Stonehouse Pizza & Carvery operate over 50 restaurants in various locations across the UK.

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The Town House now has a completely new look to go alongside its brand new menu (Image: The Town House)The Town House now has a completely new look to go alongside its brand new menu (Image: The Town House)

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