Man claims not to have opened Japanese restaurant in own home...

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Incredibly trading standards cannot decide whether he is, or isn't running a restaurant!
...NfN (Normal for Norfolk)
 
#3
Sounds like he has engaged a Russian advertising agency.......

....or is it that all councils are so inefficient.......


......or is it the first past the post card?
 
#5
He's been eating there and has done a food review.
 
#12
Do they deliver?
 
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Let he who hasnt put the sign up from his old restaurant above his front door, established a facebook and tripadvisor page, laid a table with 24 spaces and bar, and take phone bookings, be the first to cast doubt on this story.

Incredibly trading standards cannot decide whether he is, or isnt running a restaurant!

Council finds bar and seating for 24 people on visit to disputed Japanese restaurant
Surely seating for 24 people in a Japanese restaurant would just be a large carpet?


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Let he who hasnt put the sign up from his old restaurant above his front door, established a facebook and tripadvisor page, laid a table with 24 spaces and bar, and take phone bookings, be the first to cast doubt on this story.

Incredibly trading standards cannot decide whether he is, or isnt running a restaurant!

Council finds bar and seating for 24 people on visit to disputed Japanese restaurant
I had a new restaurant on my home beat, back in the eighties, which had had its liquor licence application refused.
It opened anyway, the food was more expensive than you would expect, but customers got a free bottle of wine to go with it. ;)
 
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There was a restaurant off the A1 at Boroughbridge in the late 80s ish which didn't have an alcohol licence. You would get the drinks for free but had to hire the glasses. It didn't stay open very long.
 

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