By Roland Hall - 3rd October 2012 7:04am
Audlem is fortunate with its range of food and drink establishments and I would just like to recommend a special evening we had at The Jinja Bake Café.
This was transformed into a Bistro, complete with flags and music for a private party. We chose the menu in advance and the food and service were superb, enhanced by the unique ambience that had been created.
The bonus was that we provided our own drink so we had a wonderful evening that was tremendous value for money.
Contact Janis at Jinja Bakes for details.
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