Ballymena’s new caffeine hit - Caffe Tosca!

Opened just a matter of days it may be but ‘Caffe Tosca’ is already a big hit with people who enjoy eating fresh fabulous food in bright modern surroundings

Tuesday, 25th November 2014, 10:16 am
Bright and friendly surroundings at Caffee Tosca. INBT48-234AC
Bright and friendly surroundings at Caffee Tosca. INBT48-234AC

Located midway along Ballymoney Street, one of Ballymena’s busiest thoroughfares joining the Tower Centre to Fairhill Centre, at number 62 - formerly Harrison’s shop, this newest Ballymena cafe is attracting customers from a wide area with its fabulously fresh and tasty, homemade fare.

A look at Caffe Tosca’s exciting menu boards will tell you why as it offers an extensive range of delicious and tempting options for breakfast, light lunch and snacks throughout the day and to accompany all of this there is a range of designer coffees and teas.

On the go early? Then why not tuck into a sausage, bacon and egg panini, go American with a bacon and maple syrup topped pancake or treat yourself to a taste of the Continent with a warm butter croissant.

Bright and friendly surroundings at Caffee Tosca. INBT48-234AC

For a light lunch, Caffe Tosca’s ‘savoury menu’ is packed with tempting options including quiche, sausage rolls, vol au vents and pizza baguettes.

Or, if it’s a sandwich you’re after be prepared to be spoiled for choice.

Select from traditional fillings such as tuna & onion and prawn salad with Marie Rose sauce, to roast chicken with grapes and mayo - or come up with your own favourite for filling and let Caffe Tosca make it for you.

Also freshly made to order are toasted sandwiches, open sandwiches, filled bagels, paninis and tortilla wraps! Or why not have a sandwich & soup combo? At Caffe Tosca, there are always two soup of the day choices, everybody’s favourite of vegetable broth and another which they change from day to day.

Eat in or take-away, the option is yours, Monday to Saturday from 9am - 5.30pm and, in the run up to Christmas, from December 11, there will be late night opening on Thursdays and Fridays until 9pm.

With seating for 50 customers and this coffee shop’s prime location between the Tower Centre and Fairhill Centre, the option of ‘sitting in’ is, not surprisingly, proving popular.

Yes, the bright and spacious Caffe Tosca is a great place both to meet up with friends and watch the world go by.

And as you do so, you can enjoy some outstandingly good home baked produce as Caffe Tosca serves a mouth-watering selection of treats made by its Fairhill Shopping Centre based sister restaurant, ‘Sorrento’, including its popular scones, caramel squares and other

Why not call in for a morning or afternoon ‘special’ and sample a tea or filter coffee with a scone or traybake of your choice from just £2.65?

And bring the kids because Caffe Tosca is buggy friendly thanks to its street level entrance, and, high chairs are also available for little ones who require them.

Children also have their very own, reasonably priced menu, allowing them, for example, to tuck into a half soup bowl with bread, a Nutella topped toasted bagel or that kid’s favourite - a plain ham sandwich.

This cafe is also very wheelchair friendly with it’s street level entrance, spaciousness, one level serving/seating and toilet facilities.

At Caffe Tosca, soft drinks, milkshakes, smoothies, tea and hot chocolate are all available and coffee lovers will not be disappointed as coffee has its very own menu board featuring lots of different types
to try.

So, whether you need a caffeine hit, a breakfast bagel, scone for elevenses, or a sit down lunch, Caffe Tosca is ready to take your order. So why not call in today?

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