Summer soiree cake

Summer soiree

A few of our highlights from this month’s Summer Soiree…

Last Thursday, we hosted our Summer Soiree which was a chance to show off our new-look cafe, serve tasters from our menu and celebrate the launch of our new magazine DIGESTIF.

We welcomed 100 invited guests through our doors, including a host of media and bloggers.

Alongside our continental-influenced salads, we also served dinky ice cream cones and slices of our homemade chocolate cakes, Victoria sponge and brownies.

 

Summer soiree at The Factory Kitchen

Summer soiree at The Factory Kitchen

Summer soiree at The Factory Kitchen

 

Our summery tea-infused cocktails went down a treat, with concoctions such as the Passion Fruit Tea (a blend of vodka, brandy, gin, elderflower and lemon) and the Blackcurrant Tea (Kraken spiced rum, Disaronno, Creme de Cassis and lime) among the favourites.

 

Summer soiree at The Factory Kitchen

 

We’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone who came along and shared in our celebrations. If you didn’t make it along, you can still pick up a copy of DIGESTIF from the cafe and try our new-look menu, home churned ices and freshly baked cakes every day.

Look out for details of other upcoming events on the website!

 


FEEDBACK FROM THE NIGHT…

“We really enjoyed ourselves and the Factory Kitchen food is amazing (cocktails were good too)!”
“We are very impressed with the new look of the cafe, very smart and contemporary and the food was delicious and innovative.”
“The food was fantastic – it was so refreshing (and awesome!) that you had a totally veggie offering.”

 

 

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