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HOT FOOD AUGMENTS ‘THE LOOKOUT’ MENU

Maria Keil and Manager Chris Blosse offer one of their breakfast specialities, the deep-filled Bacon & Sausage sandwich at ‘The Lookout’ airport café

Maria Keil and Manager Chris Blosse offer one of their breakfast specialities, the deep-filled Bacon & Sausage sandwich at ‘The Lookout’ airport café

“Our tasty Bacon & Sausage sandwiches and baguettes are proving popular at breakfast-time – these are white or brown bread or chunky baguettes filled with steaming hot bacon and sausage.  We also have muesli and yoghurt as an option for our breakfast customers” says Chris.

A hot Soup of the Day is another popular addition to the menu board, the flavour is changed  twice weekly to minimise repetition.   Hot-filled jacket potatoes are now a regular feature, the generous fillings include baked beans, chilli con carne, cheese – and more.

A children’s menu has been introduced offering mini-pizzas, beans on toast and spaghetti bolognaise

For afternoon visitors, toasted teacakes and an ever-changing selection of cakes, gateaux and fruit pies provides a lavish teatime experience.

Chris has teamed up with specialist local suppliers to ensure the very best experience for customers. Owlet fruit juices are now stocked, Solleys ice cream and Kent Crisps.  Sliced cooked meats originate from Stephens Charcuterie, mustards and chutney are sourced from the Wooden Spoon Preserving Company.

At the heart of the café’s extended menu is a range of speciality teas that cater for all tastes, while the Costa Coffee brand extends acrossCappuccino, Latte, Americano, Espresso, Mocha, Macchiato and hot chocolate in sizes Primo, Medio or Massimo.

A newly installed showcase at the café features the Biggin Hill bear and inflatable models of a Spitfire and a Red Arrows Hawk T1. Also available for purchase at the sales counter is a selection of Airfix model aircraft kits and the airport history book “Biggin on the Bump” by well known local author Bob Ogley.

“There is always something new and different at The Lookout.  We are open from 7.30am with our breakfast menu and warmly welcome local families and friends throughout the day until 4.30pm.    We feel confident that they will not be disappointed.  Car parking is free here” says Chris Blosse.