FREE teacake from Emmalooos with this week’s Gainsborough Standard
The Standard has teamed up with Emmalooos in Market Street, Gainsborough, to offer all our readers a free teacake worth £1.95.
Just cut out the coupon printed in this week’s Standard and take it along to Emmalooos from today (Thursday 5th March) to Wednesday 11th March.
Emmalooos is an award winning coffee house in Market Street, Gainsborough.
They are open seven days a week, Monday to Saturday from 8.30am to 5pm and Sunday from 10am to 3pm.
Emmalooos has plenty to offer including a range of hot and cold drinks, a breakfast menu, sandwiches, salads, a lunchtime menu including jacket potatoes and a childrens menu.
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They also have a daily special and homemade cakes which can include coffee and walnut cake, lemon drizzle cake and toffee cheesecake.
Orders are available to eat in or take away.
They are also fully licensed and offera selection of alcoholic beverages.
As well as being open during the day Emmalooos also host monthly Tapas nights on the first Friday night of each month.
The premises is available for private hire such as birthday parties or Christenings.
For more information about booking Emmalooos for a party or celebration call 01427 677171, 07983 553972 or email [email protected]
Emmalooos has also been awarded the Best Customer Service award at the Gainsborough Business Awards for three years running.
Owner, Matthew Lonsdale, said: “We have good old fashioned values, such as saying hello, thank you and please, remembering customers orders and making them feel welcome.”
“We try to offer a high level of customer care to everyone who comes in. We aim to remember something about them and make them feel welcome. We want to be a home from home for people.”
“Groups have got to know each other from coming in to us for a coffee and then they have struck up friendships.”
“In my opinion Emmalooos is the best coffee shop in Gainsborough.”
The voucher entitles one reader to one free teacake.