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Given the news that the Deli (ex Salad Bowl) shop in the village is not to continue so that the shop is now looking for a new tenant, it should be made clear that Jinja Bakes is very much alive and kicking as a cakeshop, cafe and Bistro.

#The Jinja Bakes Cafe
Open daily from 10am until 5.30pm or so, the cafe serves a menu of freshly cooked food — from all-day breakfasts and great American style Pancakes to the finest hand-made cakes. You will find great coffee, good quality Teas (both fruit and leaf), truly wonderful Hot Chocolates and a variety of cold drinks for both young and old.

#The Bistro
Every other Friday the Cafe transforms into 'The Bistro' with a monthly menu of classic bistro food, with the evenings starting at 8pm. Bistro Nights are strictly Bring-Your-Own so the wine (or whatever) is down to you - the food, atmosphere and most importantly the glasses are provided!

The next Bistro night is Friday, June 29th.

If you're interested in booking for The Bistro please call in for a menu or email to jinja@notrubraw.com" target="_blank">jinja@notrubraw.com.

#Made with Peace, Love and Happiness

 

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