POPULAR COLLEGE RESTAURANT RE-OPENS FOR NEW TERM
24 Oct 2019
Published in: Member News
Diners in the local area were in for a culinary treat as the training restaurant at City of Wolverhampton College re-opened for the new term on 17 October.
A new intake of students who are studying for diplomas in professional cookery and food and beverage service will be dishing up delicious lunches and dinners in the college’s Academy restaurant at the Metro One campus in the city centre.
The popular 42-seat fully licensed restaurant, in Bilston Street, is open to the public on Thursday and Friday lunchtimes and Thursday evenings during term time.
All meals are planned, prepared, cooked and served by students with lunches costing £7 for two courses or £8.50 for three courses, and three course evening meals priced at just £15.
Dan Clarke, curriculum manager for Hospitality & Catering at the college, said: “The re-opening of the restaurant is an opportunity for our new students to put the skills they have learned since joining us in September into practice, and for last year’s students who have progressed to the next level of qualification to hone their skills and create a range of delicious dishes for customers.”
Get details of all hospitality and catering courses offered by the college here
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