News: The Mustard Seed Cafe

Posted on 3rd October 2018

Among our new members this year is The Mustard Seed Cafe, situated at the western end of Royal George Road in the grounds of St Edward’s Church.

The cafe is open 3 days a week, Thur/Friday/Sat, is run solely by volunteers, and any profits are used for the community, e.g. young carers day, helping with meals in school holidays etc. The breakfast and lunch menu is cooked to order and at a very reasonable price. There is always a selection of home made cakes on offer too.

Amongst a host of fabulous reviews on Trip Advisor were these:-

“This community cafe based at St Edwards Church serves the most generous and enjoyable breakfast I have had for a long time. 2 rashers of bacon, 2 sausages, mushrooms, scrambled egg, tomatoes, beans and toast for just £4. Add a lovely coffee for £1,50 and you have a perfect breakfast. The folk running the cafe are volunteers and super friendly. They also serve cakes, sandwiches and baked potatoes. They have been discovered and are getting full. No wonder, they serve their community with excellence.”

“Excellent quality full English in a lovely venue with friendly folks. Highly recommended and definitely returning soon… Probably the best brekky in town; good quality ingredients, cooked very well, great service and value. Thank you.”

They would welcome a visit from you.

 

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The Hon Nicholas Soames MP

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Bruce Millington, Manager
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Steve Mooney
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Nick Broom, Managing Director
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