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Pop-up porridge cafe returns to Norwich this weekend

An example of a porridge dish that will be available at Norridge, the pop-up porridge cafe. Photo: Norridge

An example of a porridge dish that will be available at Norridge, the pop-up porridge cafe. Photo: Norridge

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Following the success of their first event in November, two Norwich students will once again be hosting a pop-up porridge cafe in the city.

Rowan Collins and Olivia Bush, two students from Norwich will be hosting Norridge, a pop-up porridge cafe this weekend. Photo: NorridgeRowan Collins and Olivia Bush, two students from Norwich will be hosting Norridge, a pop-up porridge cafe this weekend. Photo: Norridge

Rowan Collins and Olivia Bush, who study design at Norwich University of the Arts, are returning to Studio 20 on Wensum Street with Norridge - a weekend filled with porridge and hygge.

Taking place over April 7 and 8, the event will feature a seasonal porridge menu, a selection of savoury food options and baked goods.

Dishes include vanilla rhubarb porridge, overnight oats with chia seeds, honey-roasted grapefruit, natural yogurt and homemade coconut granola, as well as ginger and lentil soup and vegan dark chocolate and nut butter bars.

A range of ceramics designed by Karen Bush will also be available to purchase during the event, with pillows made by Norwich student, Emily Norman.

Norridge will be open at Studio 20 on Saturday, April 7 and Sunday, April 8 between 8am and 5pm.


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