Wagamama has been forced to temporarily close its Norwich branch following what FEJ understands to be a burst pipe in its kitchen.
The pipe is understood to have exploded yesterday, leaving the company with no option but to shut the restaurant until the problem is fixed.
Local newspaper, The Eastern Daily Press, reported on its website this morning that the site is currently closed to customers.
According to a note left on the restaurant’s door the closure has been caused by a “technical issue”.
It read: “Sorry, we are closed for the foreseeable due to a technical issue. We aim to be reopened as soon as possible.”
The restaurant is based on Millennium Plain, connected to Norwich’s Intu Chapelfield Shopping Centre.
FEJ was awaiting further information from Wagamama on the situation at the time of publication.
The Asian-inspired restaurant in the city centre has closed abruptly.
Wagamama operates more than 120 restaurants in the UK and almost 160 overall.