New bistro 67 London Street opens at former Pandora’s Kitchen site

The front of 67 London Street which has opened in Norwich. Photo by Molly Willis

The front of 67 London Street which has opened in Norwich. Photo by Molly Willis - Credit: Molly Willis

A new café come bistro is opening in the building of a popular Norwich café which went into liquidation earlier this month.

Serving area in 67 London Street which opens in Norwich. Photo by Molly Willis

Serving area in 67 London Street which opens in Norwich. Photo by Molly Willis - Credit: Molly Willis

67 London Street opened its door for the first time on Wednesday complete with a new menu, interiors and name after Pandora's Kitchen went into liquidation.

The café had been part of the city's food scene since 2013 and in 2014 was named by the English Breakfast Society as the fourth best place to eat English breakfast in the UK.

Its assets were bought out by a new company, 67 London Street Ltd, and many of the staff from the former business were kept on.

MORE: Pandora's Kitchen in Norwich closes ahead of meeting with creditors67 London Street has the same ethos of tasty homemade food and have kept some of the popular breakfast dishes including pancakes, avocado on toast and the classic full English.

A sitting area inside 67 London Street which opens in Norwich. Photo by Molly Willis

A sitting area inside 67 London Street which opens in Norwich. Photo by Molly Willis - Credit: Molly Willis

But the kitchen team have added some more lunch dishes to move the menu on from predominately breakfast bites.


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The bistro has been busy since it reopened welcoming back regulars from Pandora's and attracting their own customers despite some of the exterior design not being completed.

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67 London Street opens in Norwich. Photo by Molly Willis

67 London Street opens in Norwich. Photo by Molly Willis - Credit: Molly Willis

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