By Audlem Webteam - 13th May 2012 7:03am
Jinja Bakes are having their second Bistro Night this coming Friday, 18th May, from 8.00pm. Chris Warburton says: "We will be re-dressing for a real Bistro feeling, including candles in empty wine bottles!"
The first Bistro Night ten days ago was a sell-out and went extremely well, we are told.
Chris says: "The deal is this — we supply the food & setting, you bring your own booze.
"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 you would expect 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."
We are told that the Bistro Nights will be held every other Friday with one also planned for 1st June.
Please get in touch with Chris and Janis via firstname.lastname@example.org or call into the Café for a menu and booking form. Sadly places are limited but there are still a few left for this coming Friday.
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