St Ives restaurant to appear in popular children’s TV show

17:16 07 March 2014

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Children's TV stars Dick and Dom with restaurant owner Marin Lleshi.

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A St Ives restaurant will feature in an episode of popular TV science show Absolute Genius with Dick & Dom on Wednesday (March 12).

Viewers will see Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood visit Italian restaurant Amore to learn how to make pizzas – using different toppings to demonstrate how computers work.

The episode is part of the second series of the CBBC programme, in which they study the work of a genius and recreate one of their ideas using new technology.

Owner Marin Llleshi will appear in the show to teach Dick and Dom how to make the perfect pizza.

He said: “They are brilliant guys and they are very funny.

“There couldn’t be better publicity than this – I was a bit nervous but it was good.”

INFORMATION: Tune in to CBBC at 5.30pm to catch the show.

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