Arnett opens her cosy kitchen

PUBLISHED: 11:00 09 February 2011

Arnett's Cosy Kitchen, Old Street, Clevedon. Official opening of new cafe run by Arnett and Malclom Mccluskey.  joined by tradespeople who helped them fit out the cafe Chamber of Trade Chairman David Hendey.

Arnett's Cosy Kitchen, Old Street, Clevedon. Official opening of new cafe run by Arnett and Malclom Mccluskey. joined by tradespeople who helped them fit out the cafe Chamber of Trade Chairman David Hendey.

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A TEA room boasting homemade cakes has opened its doors in Clevedon.

Arnett's Cosy Kitchen, Old Street, Clevedon. Official opening of new cafe run by Arnett and Malclom Mccluskey.  joined by tradespeople who helped them fit out the cafe Chamber of Trade Chairman David Hendey.

Arnett’s Cosy Kitchen has been opened by Arnett McCluskey with the help of her husband Malcolm. aged 50, in an Old Street unit that had remained empty for several months.

Using tradesmen from Clevedon and the surrounding area, the couple have installed new kitchen equipment, created a new counter, upgraded the electrics and redecorated the space to create a comforting, warm and traditional cafe setting.

Arnett, aged 51, has a passion for food and enjoys learning new recipes and methods of cooking.

As well as serving homemade cakes and cup cakes, the menu for Arnett’s Cosy Kitchen also includes a full English breakfast, brunch omelettes and a lunch menu.

On January 22, all the people who had given support to Arnett and Malcolm during the creation were invited back for an official ceremony.


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