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Broken Egg Café at Farm Hill, Harleston, up for sale




The owners of The Broken Egg Café at Hill Farm in Harleston, which uses local ingredients to produce honest, home-cooked food, have decided to put the business up for sale.

Opening back in 2016, Kevin Renaut and his business partner Nathalie set up the café to showcase the free-range eggs from the farm, in Redenhall Road, and produce from nearby suppliers with its range of dishes.

Now the popular café has a regular following of people from far and wide coming to try their food, including bloomer bread toasties, home-made sausage roll shorties and stone-baked pizzas cooked in their outside pizza oven during the summer months.

The Broken Egg Café in Harleston is up for sale.
The Broken Egg Café in Harleston is up for sale.

Nathalie said: “I am so proud of where we are now. I think we thought the café was going to be a quiet little bolt hole, however, it’s much more than that. I am so grateful to the staff we have, they have kept us going throughout the three years we have been trading.

“We are very sad [about the closure].Unfortunately, it is a decision we have had to make.”

No buyers have been found as yet and the pair want to stress to customers that the café is not closing and it is business as usual.

Nathalie said: “We are so grateful to the customers that have supported us since the beginning. Without word of mouth and the continuing support from regulars, we wouldn’t be the busy little café that we are.

“We would love the new owners to keep the café the same, to have the same vision as us to take the business forward and to make full use of the space here.

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“We are a popular café and there is so much potential for it in the future.”


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