Does the classic fish and chips combo float your boat, do you prefer a traditional roast with all the trimmings, or would you love to lift the lid on a crusty pie? Derwen College is celebrating British Food Fortnight from 21st September to 6th October with a restaurant menu brimming with good old British favourites.
The Gobowen college, which provides on-site work placements to students with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), will be serving up British specials throughout the fortnight. In the Orangery Restaurant Monday is Pie Day; Thursday is Roast Day; Friday is Fish Day and Sunday will be busy with the restaurant’s popular two and three-course Sunday Lunch menu. The restaurant will also be offering its classic favourites including home-cooked ham, fried egg and chips, and sausage and mash. Main courses start at just £5.95, with two-course weekday specials £6.95 and Sunday lunches from £8.95.
The Garden Café will be serving the best of British including English breakfasts, scrumptious home-made cakes and delicious cream teas. Afternoon teas can also be provided if booked in advance.
The Garden Centre shop sells fresh home-made bread made on site from Monday to Friday along with award-winning jams and chutneys made by students in the college’s Food Centre.
Derwen College Commercial Development Manager Pete Evans said: “Derwen College is pleased to be part of British Food Fortnight offering some of Britain’s favourite dishes and produce in our Orangery Restaurant, Garden Café and Garden Centre Shop.”
For more information on Derwen College events and facilities visit www.visitderwen.co.uk.