Community Infant School
Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 19th March 2014 1:43pm
Cafe Cibo has some good news to announce: the Italian style cafe on Banks Parade is now open on Friday and Saturday evenings for take-away pizza from 5.15pm, and for sit-down meals from 5.30pm to 9pm, with last orders at 8.30pm.
Reservations are preferred and can be made on the new landline telephone number: 01844 299068 or on 07563 617187.
There is a good choice of freshly prepared, locally sourced food at very reasonable prices with a modest £1.50 corkage charge per bottle.
Those of us who have previously had supper at Cafe Cibo are delighted that we again have the opportunity of a thoroughly enjoyable evening out in our village, at an affordable cost.
Opening hours are: Monday to Saturday from 09.30am to 2.30pm for breakfast, snacks including home-made cakes and savouries and light lunches. Last orders are at 2pm.
Do pay a visit!
The Cafe Cibo website is still live on the world wide web. Unfortunately, following Dom's ill health, no-one has access to be able update the site, so please ignore the old details it contains. It is hoped this situation will be resolved soon.
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