From Delaney’s to deli: Former Norwich pub landlord launches food business on Prince of Wales Road

Deli Nourish on Prince of Wales Road, a new local independent business. Photo: Deli Nourish.

Deli Nourish on Prince of Wales Road, a new local independent business. Photo: Deli Nourish. - Credit: Deli Nourish

A new deli has opened on Prince of Wales Road in Norwich.

A wrap created at Deli Nourish on Prince of Wales Road, a new local independent business. Photo: Del

A wrap created at Deli Nourish on Prince of Wales Road, a new local independent business. Photo: Deli Nourish. - Credit: Deli Nourish.

Located inside Budgens, Deli Nourish is an independent business passionate about promoting healthy food.

Started by Aidan Mahon, 45, the former landlord of Delaney's pub, the deli uses locally sourced ingredients to create salad and protein bowls, wraps, jacket potatoes and sandwiches.

Their menu features items such as honey mustard beef brisket, chilli and ginger tofu, a selection of greens, dressings and homemade slaws in flavours such as Jalapeño.

Mr Mahon said: 'There's so much processed food out there but we want to change that. All our food is freshly prepared everyday and everything is made to order.

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'Business is going well, people seem to be loving it.'

He added: 'As a thank you to customers we'd like to offer a 10pc discount to anyone who purchases a copy of the Eastern Daily Press or Norwich Evening News in-store and produces it to staff at the deli during October.'

For more information visit delinourish.co.ukDaily specials can be found on instagram/delinourish/ or on Facebook.com/Delinourishnorwich

Aidan Mahon, owner of new business Deli Nourish in Norwich. Photo: Archant

Aidan Mahon, owner of new business Deli Nourish in Norwich. Photo: Archant - Credit: Archant

A staff member working at Deli Nourish in Norwich. Photo: Archant

A staff member working at Deli Nourish in Norwich. Photo: Archant - Credit: Archant

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