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New quarter of a million pounds Food Hall opens in north Norfolk

PUBLISHED: 16:46 17 March 2018 | UPDATED: 09:45 19 March 2018

The new Food Hall in Holt. Picture: Leonard Owen

The new Food Hall in Holt. Picture: Leonard Owen

Leonard Owen

A brand new quarter of a million pounds food hall has now opened in north Norfolk.

The new Food Hall in Holt. Picture: Leonard Owen The new Food Hall in Holt. Picture: Leonard Owen

Bakers and Larners in Holt have refurbished their popular wine department, and have added a new bakery and patisserie.

The new 4,500sqft food department was made public on Thursday, March 15.

The Food Hall development adds a host of new features to the department store, which is home to over 1,100 unique wine varieties and a cellar dating back to the 17th century.

The Fine Wine department is one of the Norfolk region’s first providers of the Enomatic wine tasting system, allowing customers to sample the store’s best vintages.

The new Food Hall in Holt. Picture: Leonard Owen The new Food Hall in Holt. Picture: Leonard Owen

New to the store is the bakery and patisserie department, supplying freshly baked goods daily.

“The Bakers and Larners Food Hall and Fine Wine department being nationally recognised deserve and justify this investment, which puts them in the upper echelons of food and wine retailing in the country.

“The newly refurbished store with the customer service team are surely the benchmark by which others should be judged,”͟ said managing director, Michael Baker.

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