Sunday, June 29, 2014

New Norfolk noodle news

A NOODLE bar is one of two takeaway food businesses granted approval to open in vacant shops in High St, New Norfolk.

The Derwent Valley Council last week approved development applications for an Asian-style noodle restaurant and existing cafe seeking to relocate to High St.

The council has approved the former Wigston's shop at 63 High St to be converted from retail to a takeaway food shop. The shop has been vacant since Wigston's Sports relocated to 2 High St a year ago. The developers propose to open a takeaway noodle business.

Meanwhile, the popular The Cake Lady business is to relocate from its small shop in Charles St, New Norfolk, to larger premises in central High St. Proprietor Jean Roper has secured a central site opposite Banjo's Bakery Cafe.

The Cake Lady will move from 12 Charles St to 33 High St, premises which were occupied by Country Florals Florist for a long time and some will recall as the location of the fish and chip shop known as Jackson's or Jim and Stan's.

2 comments:

  1. Great news.. always good to have variety and a thriving main street.. lets all get behind them and show our support so we can encourage even more growth!! Ben Shaw

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  2. New Norfolk desperately needs some good Asian food.

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