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Introducing ‘The Cake Box’
The more eagle eyed amongst you will have noticed Speakeasy cafe has being undergoing somewhat of a face-lift recently. ESE’s in-house cafeteria has been rebranded and we are delighted to announce that is now operating as part of the The Cake Box brand.
Serving both breakfast and lunch as well as delicious cakes and snacks throughout the day, The Cake Box is open to all our students to enjoy.
Open from 7:00 am to 7:00pm Monday to Friday and also on Sundays, with late night opening until 11pm on Saturdays. The Cake Box offers an amazing array of mouth-watering cakes, muffins, biscuits, and pastries as well as sandwiches and healthy savoury items under the ‘Fresh Eats’ brand. It also offers a wide selection of hot and cold beverages to wash all those cakes down with!
Students staying in ESE residence will be able to enjoy their breakfast at The Cake box from 7.30am until 9.00am Monday to Friday and 7.30am until 10.30am at the weekends and on Public Holidays. Breakfast vouchers can be collected from the main reception.
The Cake Box boasts a modern and sophisticated decor, with a choice of both indoor and outdoor seating. Relax with a coffee and a muffin on the terrace and catch a few sunrays in-between classes.
Why not pop in today and check it out for yourself. As for me, I off right now to start working my way through that cake menu!
Author: Samantha Dixon
About the Author: Samantha is British and has taught English as a foreign language in several different countries including Thailand and Finland. She has been with ESE since March 2016 and has recently joined the Marketing team as a Marketing Executive. She enjoys being creative, painting and writing when time allows. She also enjoys spending time with her 3 year old son, soaking up the Maltese sun.
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