Having made it through all of the challenges that many businesses have faced in recent years, such as covid-19 and cost of living crisis, Fresco café are celebrating 10 years of service at Humber Seafood Institute.
For the past 10 years, Fresco has been providing breakfast and lunch for the people who work in and around the Europarc, changing up their menu daily to cater to everyone’s fancy. They even have loyal customers who have been going there ever since it’s opened!
Fresco first opened when owner, Carol Fanini, had a vision for the space. Having already owned another café in the area, Carol saw the opportunity to open a larger one at Humber Seafood Institute, where there is plenty of office and on-site workers who would enjoy a lovely reasonably priced lunch.
A few of their delicious menu options include jacket potatoes, paninis, sandwiches and wraps with a variety of fillings, fish and chips on Wednesdays and Fridays, all day breakfast and breakfast buns, the list goes on.
One of their best-selling items is the full English breakfast wrap, which is filled to the brim with all of the elements that make up a traditional great British fry up, what’s not to like?
Fresco supervisor, Clare Hand, said, “I am proud to be able to say that we have made it through all this time and managed to become an established business. It’s an achievement in itself to have made it through the lockdown period and with the prices of food at the moment it’s great that we’re still able to provide good food and a convenient service to the area.
“We do our best to keep our prices low as we are aware that a lot of people are struggling at the moment, this is what we are most proud of and I hope it continues this way for years to come.”
A big congratulations to Carol, Claire and all of the staff at Fresco, on their 10-year anniversary with Fresco, we hope to see the café progress for many more years!