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Refuelling Alert!

 

26 Mar 2021

Please mark the date, 12th April. As the government guidelines allows outdoor activity and non-essential retail to reopen, so the HEROICS Café returns to resume its fresh food and beverage supply on site from its mobile unit, observing COVID regulations.

HEROICS Café to resume food fuel supply to Bicester Heritage

Like the rest of the workforce, HERO-ERA have passion for heritage which is matched by their passion for fresh, healthy food and drinks. The HEROICS Café intends keeping the motor of the historic motoring industry running at Bicester Heritage, by fuelling it with fresh produce.

You will find the HEROICS Café in the Engineering Quarter, situated on Main Drive, open every week day between 8.00 am – 4.00 pm. They will be offering an extensive menu of tantalising soups, sandwiches and plates, from a breakfast of granola yoghurt and fruit and Oxfordshire cured bacon ciabatta and chutney, to a mid day sandwich or Chef’s Pasta of the Day. There will be a choice of coffees and teas.

More detail next week when HEROICS Café have designed the full menu and completed the APP.

The HEROICS Café unit will be staffed by professionals who will be happy to accommodate your tastes, if you would like a different combination or to mix and match a dish, it can be provided.

Everyone is asked to respect COVID safety measures in and around the HEROICS Café so we can all operate reassured that hygiene and distance regulations are respected.

The HEROICS Café looks forward to welcoming you back on the 12th April.

 

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