Delight for Bath Place cafe which came second in Cafe Of the Year vote
Bungaroosh Cafe Bistro were delighted to be voted into the top three.
The Bath Place cafe came second after Coffee Me, in Montague Street.
She said: “I moved back to Worthing after several decades away as my parents needed looking after.
“I bought the premises as a project as it was more or less derelict and restored it ourselves.”
Bungaroosh Cafe Bistro serves artisan, single origin Brazilian coffee made by trained baristas.
The menu is influenced by the owners Mediterranean origins and is all home-made on the premises.
Sally said: “Saw the need in Worthing for quality food and coffee but at competitive and affordable prices.”
The cafe bistro was closed during the second lockdown and reopened on Friday, December 4.
On coming second Sally said: “We wish to thank all our dear customers for voting for us.
“We are delighted to be in the top three.”
For more information, visit bungaroosh.net
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