Moveable Feast returns as part of food festival

If you fancy sampling the culinary treasures of Norwich, your chance has arrived - in the form of the Moveable Feast restaurant crawl. The feasting aims to divide diners into groups to expand their gastronomic horizons taking in three different courses in three different restaurants across the city.

If you fancy sampling the culinary treasures of Norwich, your chance has arrived - in the form of the Moveable Feast restaurant crawl.

The feasting aims to divide diners into groups to expand their gastronomic horizons taking in three different courses in three different restaurants across the city.

The event will be launched for the third year running tomorrow as the 20 restaurants involved attending a party at the Forum alongside the event's sponsors, the Learning and Skills Council and City College.

Its creator, former restaurateur and county councillor Lloyd Addison, came up with the Moveable Feast as part of the Bidwell Food Festival which he organises to draw attention to high quality food available in and around the city.


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The launch party at the Forum will also see the unveiling of new plans to launch a Moveable East event to comprise restaurants throughout East Anglia.

And it will showcase a new clothing line especially for the event which all participating restaurants will be wearing.

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Beth Morgan of the Learning and Skills Council said: “There is a huge selection of restaurants involved from Indian to French, English or Thai and people will be able to try food they might not usually eat.”

The Norwich Food Festival will run from October 13-22 with the Moveable Feast taking place on Tuesday October 17.

For more details visit: www.moveablefeast.com.

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