Let’s get ready to crumble! West Cornwall Pasty company opens kiosk at Norwich station

West Cornwall Pasty Co. has opened at Norwich station. Picture: Louisa Baldwin

West Cornwall Pasty Co. has opened at Norwich station. Picture: Louisa Baldwin - Credit: Archant

A popular pasty chain has opened its second Norwich branch at the train station, bringing the taste of Cornwall to hungry commuters.

West Cornwall Pasty Co opened next to the station's Starbucks kiosk on February 10.

There is already a cafe at 21 Haymarket in the city centre, also neighbouring a Starbucks.

A spokesperson for the company said: 'West Cornwall Pasty Co is delighted to have moved into Norwich Station. We are perfectly positioned in this historic station to fulfil our promise to 'make travel tasty' with our multi award winning pasties, made in Cornwall and baked fresh daily.

'We have had a tremendous welcome to the City and are already a favourite with regulars and commuters.'


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The new hub is open Monday to Saturday between 6am and 8.30pm and Sundays from 7am to 8pm.

The business, launched in 1998, has over 50 sites across the UK.

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Their traditional pasty was ranked the best in the world at the World Pasty Championships in 2014 and 2015.

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