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New cafe cuts the ‘Mustard’!

On Tuesday the doors opened for the first time to Missy Mustard, a new cafe on Commerce Street. Serving a combination of rustic Italian cuisine such as pasta and risotto and a mouth-watering selection of home-baking, with everything made from scratch. Missy Mustards  is on the premises of the former Catardis Italian Cafe and is the first restaurant venture for proprietor Pauline Mustard. Pauline, who is from Montrose, studied for three years at Angus College and has a diploma in Culinary Arts. She said: Im excited to be up and running in my new venture and Im looking forward to meeting all the people in Arbroath and becoming a fixture in the town. The cafe is open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., and is bring your own bottle at the moment. Pauline Mustard (left) is pictured here with staff member Alison Thomson at the end of their first day.

On Tuesday the doors opened for the first time to Missy Mustard, a new cafe on Commerce Street. Serving a combination of rustic Italian cuisine such as pasta and risotto and a mouth-watering selection of home-baking, with everything made from scratch. Missy Mustards is on the premises of the former Catardis Italian Cafe and is the first restaurant venture for proprietor Pauline Mustard. Pauline, who is from Montrose, studied for three years at Angus College and has a diploma in Culinary Arts. She said: Im excited to be up and running in my new venture and Im looking forward to meeting all the people in Arbroath and becoming a fixture in the town. The cafe is open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., and is bring your own bottle at the moment. Pauline Mustard (left) is pictured here with staff member Alison Thomson at the end of their first day.

The doors opened for the first time recently on ‘Missy Mustard’, a brand new cafe on Commerce Street.

Serving a combination of rustic Italian cuisine such as pasta and risotto and a mouth-watering selection of home-baking, everything is made from scratch.

Missy Mustard’s is on the premises of the former Catardi’s Italian Cafe at 21 Commerce Street and is the first restaurant venture for proprietor Pauline Mustard.

Pauline, who is from Montrose, studied for three years at Angus College and has a diploma in Culinary Arts, and on her first day - just over a fortnight ago - she was very encouraged by the level of interest shown by Arbroath folk.

She said: “I’m excited to be up and running in my new venture and I’m looking forward to meeting all the people in Arbroath and becoming a fixture in the town.”

The cafe is open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., and is bring your own bottle at the moment.

 

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