Cheesy cafe set to open in the metrocentre this November

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The Chuckling Cheese Company will open The Chuckling Cafe very soon.

Calling all cheese lovers! A brand-new cheesy cafe is set to open at the Metrocentre later this month. 

The Chuckling Cheese Company, who are known for their unique range of flavoured cheddars, are already located in the Metrocentre, but are expanding by opening a Chuckling Cafe, where customers can sit in and enjoy all the cheesy goodness. 

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In the shop, which is located in the Lower Blue Mall, customers can purchase a range of traditional cheeses, including hampers and other food gifts. 

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However, their brand-new cafe will serve fresh food, including options such as toasties, graze boxes and meal deals - making it the ideal place to grab lunch.

The Chuckling Cafe will also serve a variety of hot and cold drinks, as well as baked goods including cake and pastries.

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To kick off the launch of The Chuckling Cafe which will open on Saturday, November 18, The Chuckling Cheese Company are offering customers 50% off all toasties and graze boxes, as well as a free hot drink with any food purchase on the day of opening. 

While the incredible offer is only available for one day, The Chuckling Cafe will be reasonably priced, with a hot drink and a sausage roll available for only £3.10, or a toastie, snack and drink meal deal for only £4.50.

The Chuckling Cafe have also announced a special Christmas menu, which will include Christmas-themed toasties and sandwiches, with more limited edition items to arrive.

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