Marley’s Pie & Mash, based in and around Lowestoft, has become known for its Cockney-style pies and sides since opening in a trailer earlier this year.
The food van is now planting firmer roots in East Point Pavilion which offers indoor dining from a range of independent street food traders in Royal Plain.
Marley’s will launch its new stall at midday on Saturday, serving its trademark meat pies, sausages, gravy and liquor.
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A spokesman for the business said: “We’re busy getting things in place this week, ready for opening on Saturday. The sign should hopefully be up by Friday.
“It’s going to be a busy week getting ready for opening with family and other work commitments.”
Marley’s has visited pubs across Norfolk and Suffolk including The Grebe in Stalham, The King’s Head in North Lopham and The Crown Inn in Gissing.
The firm has confirmed the trailer will still be travelling around the region.