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Chrome GoGoHare at Hot Rocks breakfast tasting in Cromer

PUBLISHED: 15:00 20 March 2018 | UPDATED: 15:40 20 March 2018

Hot Rocks and Donna Lee welcome the Go Go Chrome Hare. Pictures: Hot Rocks

Hot Rocks and Donna Lee welcome the Go Go Chrome Hare. Pictures: Hot Rocks

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Break’s moongazing Chrome GoGoHare attended a special tasting event at Hot Rocks steak and seafood restaurant in Cromer.

The special tasting event at Hot Rocks, ahead of the launch of its breakfast menu. Pictures: Hot RocksThe special tasting event at Hot Rocks, ahead of the launch of its breakfast menu. Pictures: Hot Rocks

Its new breakfast/brunch menu officially launches on Thursday, March 22, from 9am.

The new menu designed by head chef Simon Hunter-Marsh includes a full Norfolk breakfast with Fruit Pig black pudding, homemade baked beans, and Icarus Hines Norfolk sausages.

He said the menu was different to anything else on offer in the town and showcased great Norfolk products sourced from the area.

Hot Rocks owner Donna Lee said: “We invited the Chrome GoGoHare to help raise awareness of the brilliant work Break is doing with the Norfolk GoGoHare campaign. Cromer has the opportunity to be part of this region-wide trail and the momentum is building to raise the £5,000 needed to sponsor the Chrome GoGoHare so he comes to the town, hopefully for keeps.”

To donate and bring ChromeHare to Cromer, visit uk.virginmoneygiving.com/GoGoCountyHare




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