St John’s Innovation Centre unveils new-look Bistro
The Bistro will welcome Park tenants and different friends with sincere, home-made meals utilizing seasonal produce to supply a contemporary tackle British delicacies.
Open 5 days per week for breakfast and sizzling lunches, the Bistro will serve quite a lot of freshly-prepared bagels, baguettes, sandwiches, paninis and ciabattas all through the day, together with gluten free and vegan choices.
By widespread demand, scrumptious soups can be ready every day, together with mild salads and appetisers corresponding to feta and olives. The revamped menu will see the return of all-time favourites like fish and chips, warming stews and a choice of traditional puddings.
‘We’re excited in regards to the Bistro extension and delighted to finish the primary part of the event proper on time,’ mentioned Lynn Nangle, Finance & Operations Manager at St John’s Innovation Centre, who has been main the undertaking. ‘Our ambition is for the Bistro to grow to be the central assembly level for the entire Innovation Park, with a energetic vibe, contemporary meals with a great price-quality steadiness, a sensible area the place Park tenants and guests can really feel comfortable.”
To have a good time the opening, the Bistro crew has ready a particular menu: anticipate Little Jack Horner’s gourmand sausage rolls, an ideal consolation meals snack and complimentary pudding along with your meal. The crew seems to be ahead to seeing you on 5th February!
*Refurbishment of the Bistro is a part of the extension deliberate for Spring 2018 at St John’s Innovation Centre, complementing convention and catering amenities on the centre for skilled enterprise occasions within the Cambridge space. To discover out extra and e book your convention venue, please go to http://stjohns.co.uk/hire/
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