Plumbing issue causes temporary closure of Wagamama in Norwich
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Problems with a sewage pipe has caused the abrupt closure of an Asian-inspired restaurant in the city centre.
Wagamama, just outside Intu Chapelfield Shopping Centre, was closed to customers yesterday, and it is not known when the outlet will reopen.
A spokesman for Wagamama today confirmed that the closure was caused by a problem with a sewage pipe, after routine work was being carried out.
The spokesman said managers hoped the restaurant would open in the next few days.
A note posted on the restaurant's door read: 'Sorry, we are closed for the foreseeable due to a technical issue.
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'We aim to be reopened as soon as possible.'
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