Owner Steve Gale says, “We’ve been cooking pizzas for the folks in Westbury for a year now and I’m delighted that our second venue has been so well received. We have an incredible wood-fired oven on site that we can use not only to make our pizzas, but to bake bread and cook creative wood oven-centric breakfasts and brunch dishes. We have also employed an awesome pastry chef to prepare cakes and pastries, so, starting on 7th December, that’s what we’re going to do!”
The brand new café will open at 8am each morning and will serve Extract coffee, a range of Canton teas, pastries and artisan bread which will also be available to take away. From 9am, breakfasts and brunches cooked in the wood oven will be served with a selection of salads to add to the baked goods at lunchtime. At 4pm the regular pizza menu will swing into action until closing time.
Steve says, “We look forward to seeing our regulars and hope to meet lots of new Westbury residents too when the doors open in a couple of weeks. Bristol has a great baking culture and an insatiable appetite for brunch. We’re happy to be able to make this available in Westbury-on-Trym and invite everyone to come and enjoy!”
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