Thursday, 15 October 2009

Weekly Menu October 19th to 24th

This week Kaffeine has a new arrival. Estelle Bright, who placed second in the UK for latte art in the championships this year, has moved down from Bristol and is joining the team. Estelle is originally from Wales and apart from the fact that the last three world champions have come from the UK, is another example that not just Australians and New Zealanders make great coffee. We are very proud and happy that Estelle will be with us.

Our menu is developing into the Autumn wonderfulness of root vegetables and as soon as the correct equipment arrives, we will be doing porridge in the mornings and soups in the afternoons. Follow us on Twitter and we will let you know as soon as it happens.

Weekly Menu
October 19th to 24th

Breakfast from 7.30 am
Traditional Bircher muesli pots with fruit compote and fat free yoghurt 2.50
Wheat free muesli pots with nuts, dried fruit, popped corn, fat free yoghurt & fruit compote 2.50
Croissants with poached egg, plum tomato and tallegio cheese 3.50
Bloomer toast with homemade carrot & lemon marmalade or plum jam,
marmite, nutella or vegemite 1.50

Pastries from Seven Seeded Bakery
Croissants 1.60
Pain au Chocolate 1.80
Pain au raisin 1.90
Almond Croissants 2.30

Own made baked goods and sweets
Egremont russet and walnut muffins 1.50
Spinach, red onion and cheese muffins 1.50
Passionfruit friands (almond meal base muffins) 1.70
Cinnamon raisin toast 1.50
Super moist chocolate brownies 1.50
Portuguese tarts 1.50
Butternut or chocolate chip cookies 1.20
Banana bread 1.80
Damson Plum Slice 1.50

Lunch from 11.30 am
Thin Foccacia with olive oil and sea salt crust
Italian Roast ham with herbed ricotta and rocket 4.50
Smoked salmon with baby spinach, dill, red onion with own made aioli 4.50

Fresh sandwiches on seven seeded or retro white bloomer
Pumpkin, red onion, rocket and hummus 3.50
Italian Roast ham with spinach, tomato, red onion and dijon 4.00

Camargue red rice, shitake mushrooms, red peppers, halloumi and spinach 4.50 / 6.50
Pumpkin, wet walnuts, goats cheese, spinach and chili 4.50 / 6.50
Leeks, mange tout, wild mushrooms, pecorino and rocket 4.50 / 6.50


San Pellegrino Cans 1.50
Aranciata, Limonata, Chinotto

Chegworth valley Juices 1.90
Cox and Bramley, Apple and Raspberry, Apple and Elderflower, Pear

Freshly Squeezed Juices
Citron Presse 1.80
Orange Presse 1.50


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  2. Coffee too expensive! £2.30 for a small cappuuccino. Shame as its rather tasty coffee.

  3. Hello Juicy owls, thank you for your feedback and interest. We have worked very hard to achieve excellent coffee and have put a lot of time and effort into making it very very good. We spent a lot of time comparing the prices to other similar establishments in and around London including Fernandez and Wells, Monmouth, Lanatana and Gwiylm, the current world barista champion at his market stalls and we believe we are in the same market as they are. Our coffee supplier is Square mile coffee and we pay a premium price for that, our machine is one of the best in the world, our milk is all organic and we pay a premiuim for those too. I thank you again for your feedback and time in writing it, I appreciate it. If you wish to come in again and talk to us about how we perfect the coffee, you are more than welcome. Hope to see you soon