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Jinja Bakes Bistro Night
Jinja Bakes

Jinja Bakes are — more than — delighted to announce that our first Bistro night this evening,  Friday, is fully booked up and that we will be offering another in two weeks time, on Friday 18th May.

Same deal as before — we supply the food & setting, you bring your own booze. Arrival from 8.00pm.

We are charging £14.95 for 2 courses or £17.95 for 3 courses. We are not charging for corkage, will provide glasses, and atmosphere and a good time is free!

The price also includes a little amuse-bouche to nibble at your table.

As ever, the standard will be the best we can possibly achieve and all the food made with the best ingredients sourced from local suppliers as much as possible.

Please get in touch via jinja@notrubraw.com, or phone us on 811584 between 10.00am and 5.00pm or call into the Café for a menu & booking form.

Thanks again to all for their support — we look forward to making this a regular event in Audlem.

 

 

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