Ordering lunch on-line

Church's Bistro & Bar in the centre of Ipswich is celebrating a double anniversary with the introduction of an email lunch ordering facility, a special Church's loyalty card and secure wireless internet access for customer use.

Church's Bistro & Bar in the centre of Ipswich is celebrating a double anniversary with the introduction of an email lunch ordering facility, a special Church's loyalty card and secure wireless internet access for customer use.

Yesterday marked the third anniversary of father and son David and Jeff Hunt taking over Church's and they believe this year is the 550th anniversary of the construction of the White House in which the bistro is situated on the corner of Tower Churchyard and Hatton Court.

The email facility is primarily aimed at people working in the town who have limited time available for lunch. They can email their order ahead and the meal will be ready when they arrive. To encourage take up of the new facility, David and Jeff are offering a 10% discount on prices for email food orders for the remaining Mondays and Tuesdays in May.

The Church's loyalty card, launched yesterday, entitles the cardholder to a free main course for every five previously purchased, while providing wireless internet access enables customers to enjoy a coffee or a meal while working from their laptops or even to hold meetings in the charm of the oak-beamed building.


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“We are very excited by the new developments which are in addition to our usual services provided,” said David.

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