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Christophe’s Crepes launches contactless delivery service

PUBLISHED: 11:01 05 April 2020 | UPDATED: 11:29 05 April 2020

Christophe's Crepes at Davey Place in Norwich. Photo: Chris Smith

Christophe's Crepes at Davey Place in Norwich. Photo: Chris Smith

Chris Smith

The owner of a Norwich food van, who would normally be serving up crepes in the city centre, has bought a smile to his neighbours by delivering to his street.

Lauren and Chris Smith, who own Christophe's Crepes. Picture: Ella WilkinsonLauren and Chris Smith, who own Christophe's Crepes. Picture: Ella Wilkinson

Chris and Lauren Smith, the owners of Christophe’s Crepes, which is usually based in Davey Place, Norwich, has been delivering crepes to people in his street in a friendly game of ‘crepe knock and run’.

Mr Smith, who lives in Old Catton, said: “It was actually really enjoyable for us to do, it was great doing what we love again, and all our neighbours seemed really pleased.”

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Now, Christophe’s Crepes has announced it will be delivering its popular treats further afield with the launch of an online delivery service from today (Sunday, April 5).

Chris at Christophe's Crepes. Photo: Chris SmithChris at Christophe's Crepes. Photo: Chris Smith

Posting the news on social media, Christophe’s said: “Local contactless crepe delivery. We are trying 15-minute drop of time slots. From 4- 9 o’clock.”

The business intends to start by offering deliveries in Old Catton, Sprowston, Spixworth and Hellesdon.


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