12:39PM, Friday 22 April 2016
Catering students from East Berkshire College served up a lunch fit for a queen to patriotic diners on Wednesday, in honour of the Her Majesty’s 90th birthday.
The Langley college’s Zest training restaurant, served up some of the best of British dishes, including shepherd's pie, coronation chicken and sherry trifle.
There was also a complementary glass of Pimms Royale to toast the Queen in style.
The Zest restaurant is part of East Berkshire College’s Hospitality and Catering Academy.
The restaurant is open to the public and all of its food is cooked and served by students under supervision of industry trained staff.
Diner Phyllis Farnan, 84, from Langley, said: “The lunch was a wonderful way to celebrate the Queen’s birthday and all the food was lovely.”
For more information on Zest restaurant or to book a table, visit eastberks.ac.uk/Zest or call 01753 793344.
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