A brand new cafe has opened its doors in Burnham-On-Sea town centre this week.
Mono’s, named because of its modern black and white interior, has launched in Burnham’s College Street in place of cafe Relish, which shut last month.
Burnham-On-Sea’s Mayor and Mayoress Bill and Frances Hancock were invited along to open the new restaurant, as pictured here.
Owner Holly Jackson said: “We are offering a menu of quality, great-value English food, all home cooked.”
“We are serving up all your favourites, from full English breakfasts to hot pulled pork baps, sandwiches and omelettes to juicy burgers and paninis.”
“You can also ‘build your own milkshake’ by adding your favourite chocolate bar and toppings from just £3.00.”
“We also offer something for our ‘Golden Years’. Roast pork and stuffing with mashed potatoes, two veg and gravy or any of our specials plus a pudding of your choice and any standard drink for just £5.00.”
“The hot carveries are available between 10.30am-2.30pm Monday to Saturday, and our full menu is in place from 8.30am-4pm.”