New deli promises 'artisan' food
Dan Whiteway • Published 15 Nov 2012 06:30 0 Comments
A NEW cafe, deli and foodstore has opened promising customers artisan food handmade on site.
The Fitzroy and Bailey cafe, deli and foodstore in High Street, Windsor officially opened its doors on Thursday, November 1 serving a variety of food to eat in or take away.
The food on offer is inspired from menus from across the world with items from Scandinavia, Japan, the Middle East as well as traditional British food on the menu.
Lee Richardson, one of the owners, said: "We are very excited about opening in Windsor. It's a town we adore, and we are delighted to bring our new offering of delicious, informal food. We like cooking using traditional methods, taking a good long time to create aromatic flavours."
Breakfast, brunch and lunch are all on offer with seating available in the store, while a deli counter provides more than 30 types of cheese, a bakery offers fresh bread and cakes made on site and a pantry sells a selection of kitchen essentials from around the world.
This article appeared in Local Berkshire 13 Nov 12