The OC Bistro opens in Brough

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By Lucy_Leeson | Thursday, November 22, 2012, 15:15

A new bistro has opened in Brough offering residents a new dining experience.

The OC Bistro, located on Skillings Lane, opened for business on Saturday, November 17, and is the creation of Brough residents Alex Stothard and Paul O'Callaghan.

Whether you fancy a coffee and a homemade cake, a glass of wine after work to relax or a meal with your partner, The OC Bistro can cater for all occasions.

The bistro boasts both a daytime menu, (serving light bites, hot and cold sandwiches and main meals including sausage and mash and homemade beef and ale pie), and an evening menu which changes weekly and uses the finest local ingredients.

As well as serving teas and coffees, the bistro is licensed to sell alcohol and has an extensive wine list, as well as selling spirits, bottled beers and Peroni on tap.

Alex told Brough People: "We want the bistro to appeal to everyone, whether it's two friends popping in for a coffee, mums popping in after the school run or friends wanting to get together to share a bottle of wine or two."

Chef Gordon Contegiacomo has 26 years experience in the industry and is looking forward to bringing his creations to Brough.

A children's menu is also available for younger ones, and all the cakes served are homemade by staff member Fiona Hall.

The bistro already employs eight members of staff, all from the local area and is looking to recruit further.

Anyone interested in applying for a position should email alex@ocbistro.com or pop in with your CV.

The OC Bistro will be open from 9am to 4pm and 5pm to 11pm Tuesday to Saturday, 9am to 5pm on Mondays and from 10am to 4pm on Sundays.

To book a table call the team on 01482 662285 or email alex@ocbistro.com

For more information visit www.ocbistro.com

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