The Curator reopens indoor seating areas
The Curator has now reopened inside with seating across both floors as well as in their outside seating area. They have some new planters outside with herbs, flowers and plants, which creates a beautiful garden space.
Open everyday, The Curator will be serving coffee and a full selection of cakes and pastries, from Lamaro Bakery – who’s freshly baked bread will now be available to buy daily from The Curator (apart from on Sundays, when the bakery is closed).
Their recently launched brunch and lunch menu is available Tuesday to Saturday, 9am-2:30pm, alongside sandwich picnic boxes to takeaway. Walk-ins only so tables are currently available on a first come first served basis. The sandwich picnic boxes are also available on Sundays and Mondays too.
The Curator are now roasting their own coffee at their industrial estate unit, where they are roasting all of the coffee over sustainably sourced oak wood. The coffee will be served in their cafe, wholesaled to a few other cafes and there will also be beans and ground coffee available to buy in-store, or online for postal delivery. They always have a seasonal blend coffee, a Swiss water decaf and two single origin options.
The Curator Restaurant
For the time being, The Curator will not be reopening the restaurant part of the business for dinners. Instead they will take this time, coming out of lockdown, to focus on roasting coffee and being the best coffee shop that they can be. They do hope to bring back some special summer events and supper clubs once they are back into the swing of being properly open again – keep a lookout for more information on their social media.