And what better way to recharge than with a free Danish pastry and tea or coffee, worth £1.90, courtesy of Sister’s Diner on Gateford Road?
Just cut out the coupon below and take it along to the diner from Friday 19th December to Tuesday 23rd December to receive your delicious free gift.
Polish sisters Maggie Kopanska and Dorota Michalowks opened their town centre bistro in the hope of introducing Worksop residents to their traditional Polish cuisine.
The two women, both in their thirties, originally hail from the seaside town of Swinouyscie in north west Poland and moved to Worksop six years ago- determined to integrate with the local community.
Said Maggie: “We are pasionate about introducing Worksop residents to Polish cuisine, and warmly welcome them to our restaurant.”
“It’s healthy, tasty and wholesome food that we just know everyone in Worksop will enjoy.”
“We offer homemade soups, dumplings, schnitzel, chicken dishes, pork dishes, meat stews, pancake dishes, fresh vegetable dishes and much more, all at great prices.”
Tasty dishes on the menu, which change every week as the sisters use seasonal ingredients, include ‘Placek po zbojnicku’, potato pancakes with stewed pork meat and vegetables and ‘Pierogi Ruski’, Russian dumplings with a potato, vegetable and cheese filling.
For more information on the food available, opening times and offers, call the bistro on telephone number 01909 807510.
Or visit Sister’s Diner facebook page at www.facebook.com/SistersDinersWorksop for more information.