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In case you're hungry...

Seawork 2019 is bound to be hungry and thirsty work; there are so many exhibitors to see and so much networking to be done.

This year brings new opportunities to indulge in some high-quality re-fuelling. The Webasto Catering Village will feature Olly’s Fish Shack, serving simply cooked, fresh fish from Sussex, and a Melt Shack from Feed wagons. Kris, from Feed wagons, has crafted his own secret recipe for vegan cheese which will no doubt feature on the Shack’s tasty offerings. Fish lovers will be delighted that Brancaster Bay Shellfish are back at the Catering Village with their popular Mussel Pod.

O’Hagans return with their amazing sausages and, this year, will be offering home-made burgers too. Frequent visitors will be relieved to find the Guinness Bar is back and, this time, O’Hagans will be offering a traditional hog roast nearby.

The Golden Arrow Restaurant also returns, offering seated dining and a chance to relax over lunch. For drinks and lighter bites the Atlantic Hall restaurant is the place to be.

With more food options yet to be revealed no-one will go hungry at Seawork 2019.

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