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Students from the Hospitality and Catering Academy at East Berkshire College in Langley put their skills to good use on Thursday (24 March) with a coffee morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. Selling hot drinks and an array of handmade cakes and biscuits to staff and fellow students, the catering students raised over £200 for the charity.

All of the delicious cakes and biscuits, which included Victoria sponges, Easter themed cupcakes, scones and shortbread, were baked and decorated by the college’s talented Level 3 Hospitality and Catering students. Visitors flocked to the coffee morning, which was held at the College’s Zest restaurant, to try the tempting treats and support the cause.

Level 3 Professional Cookery student Jenna Driver was in charge of the event, and ran the coffee morning as part of the Business Enterprise unit of her course, where students are encouraged to plan and put on a hospitality event.

“I chose to support Macmillan because my Grandma passed away in October due to cancer and Macmillan really helped to support my Grandparents through the whole ordeal,” Jenna explains. “I chose to do a coffee morning because it’s a good excuse to bring people together.”

“The event went really well, there were loads of people,” said Jenna. “I didn’t think there would be this many.”

Visitors were able to enjoy their cakes in the stunning surroundings of the Zest restaurant, which provides a real work environment for the college’s hospitality and catering students. The Zest restaurant is open to the public and provides a range of delicious seasonal dishes, at competitive prices. All of the high quality dishes are cooked and served by the talented students, under the supervision of industry-trained staff.

The Zest restaurant is part of East Berkshire College’s Hospitality and Catering Academy in Langley. The academy works in partnership with patrons from some of the most prestigious restaurants, contract caterers and hotels within the region, to provide students with the opportunity to learn from some of the best in the business.

From professional cookery and food hygiene to front of house service, the academy offers an array of full-time and part-time courses, including apprenticeships. The College also delivers a range of short courses including wine tasting, Italian cookery and cake decorating.

For further information on East Berkshire College and its range of Hospitality and Catering courses, please call 01753 793000 or click here.

Zest is open for lunch on Tuesday to Thursday from 12-2pm. Dinner is available on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 5.30-8pm. To book a table, please call 01753 793344 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. For menus, theme nights and more information, please click here.

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Wednesday, 13 April 2016 15:24

Business breakfast backs apprenticeships

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Apprenticeships were the order of the day at a special Business Breakfast for local employers on Thursday (17 March) at East Berkshire College. Celebrating the benefits of employing apprentices, the event was part of a series of activities to mark National Apprenticeship Week (14-18 March 2016).

A wide range of companies from across the region attended the event including Sir Christopher Wren Hotel, UCB, Sir Robert McAlpine, Starbucks, Morgan Sindall and Royal Windsor Racecourse. The ‘Business Breakfast’ event provided local organisations with the chance to find out more about the College’s apprenticeship programmes, funding and the benefits of taking on an apprentice.

The event featured a number of short presentations by key speakers as well as a Q&A session with representatives from Sir Christopher Wren Hotel, UCB and London Borough of Hounslow, all of whom have recruited apprentices through the College. Meanwhile, the College’s catering students prepared a delicious buffet breakfast for guests, which included scrambled eggs, mushrooms, bacon, soda bread, croissants and handmade pastries.

One of the apprentices speaking as part of the Q&A session was Juan Torres, who is currently an apprentice chef at Sir Christopher Wren Hotel in Windsor and recently came second in the East Berkshire College Best Apprentice Chef contest.

Commenting on why an apprenticeship is a good way to start a career, Juan said: "I really enjoy the team spirit in the kitchen. I'm learning from great chefs, gaining experience and studying for my Level 3 qualification. My apprenticeship is an investment in my future."

Terry Lee from the London Borough of Hounslow, which currently employs apprentices through the College, added: “Apprenticeships are a great way to pass on knowledge to the next generation. It is important to give young people opportunities to learn. Our apprentices enjoy coming into the College because the facilities here are first class.”

Guests were also provided with a tour of the College’s excellent facilities including the engineering workshop, which features a state-of-the-art CNC Milling machine, the hair and beauty salons and the new STEM Project & Research Centre.

East Berkshire College helps employers of all sizes in a wide variety of industries recruit and train apprentices, including Classico Marble Ltd in Langley. Salve Caruso, Director of Classico Marble, explains: “Apprenticeships can be a really good way to recruit staff. The College has found us good keen young people who have wanted to learn and they have achieved a great level of competency with us. We would certainly recommend apprenticeships.”

East Berkshire College offers a wide range of apprenticeships in areas including Science, IT, Engineering, Business & Administration, Construction, Hairdressing and Hospitality & Catering. New higher apprenticeships (Level 4/5) are also available, offering a more affordable and convenient alternative to university and graduate training schemes.

Businesses interested in finding out more about apprenticeships can contact East Berkshire College on 01753 443855, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or click here.

For further information on East Berkshire College and its extensive range of over 800 courses including apprenticeships, click here.

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The heat was on last week (Tuesday 15 March) as the final of Berkshire’s Best Young Chef competition took place at the Hospitality & Catering Academy at Langley College.

Seven of the county’s talented young cooks, who were all aged 12-19, battled it out in a masterchef-style contest, organised by East Berkshire College and the Slough & Windsor Observer.

Now in its third year, the contest saw the finalists create their best dish for a panel of some of the UK’s top chefs including Aaron Mulliss, Head Chef at Tom Kerridge’s two Michelin star Hand & Flowers restaurant, Nick Beardshaw, Head Chef at The Coach in Marlow, and award-winning pastry chef, Will Torrent.

Erika Lazaro Costa (aged 14, from Reading) impressed the judges with her ambitious Chocolate Fondant with an Almond Tuile and Raspberry Coulis to win the top prize in the age 12-15 age category. Meanwhile, Mark Bendall (aged 19), who is an apprentice chef at The Green Parrott in Maidenhead was victorious in the Best Apprentice Chef category with his superb Fish Pie.

The budding young chefs were given just 90 minutes to cook their mouth-watering dishes for the chance to win some amazing prizes. Prizes that included a meal at the two Michelin star Hand & Flowers, a meal and masterclass at The Oakely Court in Windsor, a signed copy of Will Torrent’s new book ‘Afternoon Tea at Home’ and some of the finest single origin chocolate from Cacao Barry, of which Will is an Ambassador, as well as a collection of baking accessories courtesy of Sainsbury’s Uxbridge Road store.

Commenting on the need to support young chefs, judge Will Torrent, who recently delighted shoppers with his range of limited edition patisserie in The Tea Room at Harrods, enthused: “It is great to inspire and develop the next generation. It’s so important to encourage young talent and get people excited about the hospitality industry. Taking part in this competition at such a young age is good for their confidence and our industry. We have some great plans for next year’s competition.”

Commenting on the contest and the College, Aaron Mulliss said: “This is a great competition and the facilities at the College are second to none. It’s an amazing place to come and learn the basics. The Hand & Flowers and The Coach have this year taken on two apprentices from East Berkshire College.”

While the contestants were hard at work on their dishes, East Berkshire College’s talented catering students showcased their skills by creating and serving a delicious selection of canapés to guests, including local dignitaries, businesses, schools and parents.

Opened in October 2013, the stunning Hospitality & Catering Academy is part of the College’s £30m investment in its Langley College. The academy works in partnership with some of the most prestigious restaurants, contract caterers and hotels within the region to provide students with the opportunity to learn from some of the best in the business.

Helping to meet the training needs of local businesses in this thriving sector, the facility accommodates professional training kitchens and a working restaurant. Providing a real work environment for students, the Zest restaurant is open to the public and serves a range of delicious seasonal dishes at competitive prices. All food is cooked and served by talented students under the supervision of industry-trained staff.

From professional cookery to front of house service, the new academy offers an array of full-time and part-time courses, including apprenticeships. For further information on East Berkshire College and its extensive range of over 800 courses, including apprenticeships, click here or call 01753 793000.

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Wednesday, 30 March 2016 13:04

The Mediterranean comes to Langley

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Local residents experienced a taste of the Mediterranean, as part of a theme night at the Zest restaurant at Langley College on Thursday 25 February 2016. The College’s talented catering students took inspiration from the Mediterranean to create a delicious range of dishes including Gazpacho soup, Lamb Tagine and Panna Cotta.

Diners at the restaurant, which is open to the public for bookings, enjoyed a mouth-watering menu at a low cost. The menu which was specially devised by Level 3 catering student Ben Connell, offered guests a three-course meal for just £17.50 per person, plus a complimentary amuse bouche and petit fours.

Ben said: “This is the first time I have run a theme night at Zest, so I was quite nervous. I decided to do a Mediterranean theme as I’ve always been interested in the region and would love to travel the world working in different restaurants, in different countries.”

The stunning Zest restaurant provides a real work environment for the college’s hospitality and catering students. The Zest restaurant is open to the public and provides a range of delicious seasonal dishes, at competitive prices. All of the high quality dishes are cooked and served by the talented students, under the supervision of industry-trained staff.

Throughout the year, Zest holds a range of special theme nights to give diners the opportunity to try different dishes from around the world including classic French cooking and Caribbean cuisine. Upcoming theme nights include Thai, Scandinavian and South American cuisine.

A regular at the restaurant, diner Nina Davidson said, “The food is really lovely and the service is good too. I love coming along to the theme nights as it gives you the chance to try lots of different flavours. I’ve already booked a table at next week’s Thai evening.”

Diner Gareth Gill added, “You can’t beat the price for a three-course meal. It is great value and I have to say that was the best lamb tagine I’ve ever eaten.”

The Zest restaurant is part of East Berkshire College’s Hospitality and Catering Academy in Langley. The academy works in partnership with patrons from some of the most prestigious restaurants, contract caterers and hotels within region, to provide students with the opportunity to learn from some of the best in the business.

From professional cookery and food hygiene to front of house service, the academy offers an array of full-time and part-time courses, including apprenticeships. The College also delivers a range of short courses including wine tasting, Italian cookery and cake decorating.

For further information on East Berkshire College and its range of Hospitality and Catering courses, please call 01753 793000 or click here.

Zest is open for lunch on Tuesday to Thursday from 12-2pm. Dinner is available on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 5.30-8pm. To book a table please call 01753 793344 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. For menus, theme nights and more information, please click here.

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Bringing the flavours of France to local residents, the Zest restaurant at Langley College held its first theme night of the year on Thursday (21 January 2016). From Coquille st Jacques (grilled scallops) to Crepes Suzette (pancakes in orange and brandy sauce), the French Night saw the College's talented catering students create a delicious range of dishes inspired by classic French cuisine.

Diners at the restaurant, which is open to the public for bookings, were treated to a mouth-watering menu at a pocket-pleasing price. The fine dining menu, which included a host of classic dishes with a modern twist, offered guests a three-course meal for just £17.50 plus a complimentary amuse bouche and petit fours.

Providing a real work environment for students, the Zest restaurant at Langley College is open to the public and serves a range of delicious seasonal dishes at competitive prices. All food is cooked and served by talented students under the supervision of industry-trained staff.

Zest holds a range of special theme nights throughout the year to showcase foods from around the world, from classic Spanish dishes to mouth-watering Caribbean cuisine.

Diner Tracey Jacques booked a table at the French night to celebrate her mother's birthday. She explained: "I've been to the Zest restaurant a few times now and the food is delicious. It is wonderful value for money and it seems to get better every year."

The stunning Zest restaurant is part of East Berkshire College's Hospitality & Catering Academy in Langley. The academy works in partnership with patrons from some of the most prestigious restaurants, contract caterers and hotels within the region to provide students with the opportunity to learn from some of the best in the business.

From professional cookery and food hygiene to front of house service, the new academy offers an array of full-time and part-time courses, including apprenticeships. The College also delivers a range of short courses including bread making, Spanish cookery and cake decorating.

The Zest restaurant at Langley College is open Tuesday and Thursday evenings as well as Tuesday to Thursday lunchtimes in term time only. For more information on Zest restaurant, forthcoming theme nights or to book a table, please click here or call 01753 793344.

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The New Year can often be a tight time for finances. Trying to pay off your Christmas credit card bill and other expenses, often means that there is very little cash to spend on ourselves.

Getting a haircut or going out for a meal can seem expensive at this time of year, but one of the best kept secrets is that at East Berkshire College in Langley, you can treat yourself to a hair or beauty treatment at The Salon or meal out at the Zest restaurant, for a fraction of the cost, than you would pay on the high street.

Opened in summer 2014, The Salon works in partnership with the award-winning hairdressing chain, The Francesco Group, enabling Hair and Beauty students to receive training on the very latest industry techniques in a real state-of-the-art environment.

Beauty treatments start from £2.00, and include waxing, facials, massage, manicures and pedicures and microdermabrasion. Hairdressing treatments start from £3.00, including cutting and styling, Wella conditioning treatments, and colour services.

The Salon offers professional quality services in smart, modern salons and treatment rooms using salon-quality products by Wella, OPI and Dermalogica.

All treatments are carried out by students, who are supervised by qualified staff to ensure that you receive a high standard of service. Your visit to The Salon or the Zest restaurant will also give the students some real, hands-on experience and help them to take their first steps into their chosen career.

At the Zest Restaurant, you can enjoy high quality food at lunchtime or in the evening, at a low cost. For instance, you can enjoy a two or three course lunch for under £10 per person. Zest also serves a discerning array of quality wine, beers and soft drinks.

If you are feeling more adventurous, you can book a table at a special theme night and try different foods from around the world, including France, Spain and the Caribbean. Or on a Thursday evening you can enjoy a fine dining experience and choose a variety of high quality dishes from the à la carte menu, which includes a complimentary Amuse Bouche and Petit Fours.

The stunning Zest restaurant is an ideal location for a family evening out, celebrating a special occasion or a romantic meal, whilst providing a real work environment for the college's Hospitality and Catering students. All of the high quality dishes are cooked and served by the talented students, under supervision by industry-trained staff.

The Heathrow Windsor Marriott Hotel recently held their staff Christmas meal at Zest. "We had a lovely three course Christmas dinner in Zest Restaurant at Langley College. There was a great festive atmosphere and the staff were attentive and eager to please," said Nikki Bagnall, Human Resources Manager at Heathrow Windsor Marriott Hotel.

"The food was delicious. This is a brilliant opportunity for students to experience how a restaurant is run and we would recommend anyone to go along to support this fantastic initiative."

Zest and The Salon each have their own entrances for the public, and are open during term time only.

To book a hair or beauty treatment at The Salon, please call 01753 793246 or click here for a full list of treatments. The Salon is open Monday to Saturday. Evening appointments are also available on request between 5.30-9.30pm.

Zest is open for lunch on Tuesday to Thursday from 12-2pm. Dinner is available on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 5.30-8pm. To book a table please call 01753 793344 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. For menus and more information please click here.

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There was a sea of red and white bunting at Langley College on Thursday as our Zest restaurant held a special St George’s Day theme night to celebrate quintessential English cuisine.

From shepherd’s pie to Eton mess, the St George’s Day event saw the College’s talented catering students create a delicious range of dishes inspired by classic English food. Diners at the restaurant, which is open to the public for bookings, were treated to a mouth-watering menu at a pocket-pleasing price. The menu, which was specially created by Level 2 catering student Myron Bains, offered guests a three-course meal for just £17.95.

Doreen Court was one Langley resident who was dining at the restaurant for the first time and was impressed by the professionalism of the students:

“The restaurant is like a real bistro. The waiters are smartly dressed and polite, plus the food was cooked just right. I thoroughly enjoyed the evening and would recommend it to others.”

Millie Shepherd (17, from Maidenhead) was also dinning with her mother and grandmother on the same night. As well as trying out the restaurant, Millie was also there to see what she can expect when she starts her catering course at the College in September.

“Cooking is my passion”, says Millie. “I’m so looking forward to studying catering and gaining experience in a professional place. The restaurant here looks amazing, just like the real thing. The food was really good and reasonably priced.” 

Earlier in the day, Zest also played host to a special St George’s Day lunch for those students taking community courses at the College and their lecturers. The community courses are designed for those with learning difficulties and disabilities to help them develop their communication and social skills.

Providing a real work environment for students, the Zest restaurant at Langley College is open to the public and serves a range of delicious seasonal dishes at competitive prices. All food is cooked and served by talented students under the supervision of industry-trained staff.

The stunning new Zest restaurant is part of East Berkshire College’s Hospitality & Catering Academy in Langley. The academy works in partnership with patrons from some of the most prestigious restaurants, contract caterers and hotels within the region to provide students with the opportunity to learn from some of the best in the business.

From professional cookery and food hygiene to front of house service, the new academy offers an array of full-time and part-time courses, including apprenticeships. The College also delivers a range of short courses including wine tasting, Italian cookery, bread making and Chinese cookery. 

For further information on East Berkshire College and its range of Hospitality & Catering courses, call 01753 793000 or click here.

The Zest restaurant at Langley College is open Thursday evenings and Tuesday to Thursday lunchtimes in term time only. For more information on Zest restaurant or to book a table, click here or call 01753 793344.

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Thursday, 23 October 2014 14:42

Best young chef contest finds new talent

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The heat was on last week as the final of Berkshire's Best Young Chef competition took place at the new Hospitality & Catering Academy at Langley College.

Seven of the county's talented young cooks, who were all aged 12-19, battled it out in a masterchef-style contest, organised by East Berkshire College and Berkshire Media Group.

Now in its second year, the contest saw the finalists create their best dish for a panel of some of the UK's top chefs including Michelin star chef and star of BBC2's Best Ever Dishes, Tom Kerridge, Head Chef at the Hand & Flowers in Marlow, Aaron Mulliss, and award-winning pastry chef, Will Torrent.

Chrissy Agius impressed the judges with her classic Floating Islands dish complete with sugar basket to win the top prize in the age 12-15 age category. Meanwhile, Bradley Montague-Fowley was victorious in the 16-19 category with his superb dish of Roast Pork Fillet with Betroot Puree, Grilled Butternut Squash, Wild Mushrooms and Port Sauce.

The budding young chefs were given just 90mins to cook their mouth-watering dishes for the chance to win over £1,000 worth of prizes. Prizes that included a meal at the two Michelin star Hand & Flowers, a meal and masterclass at the prestigious Oakely Court Hotel in Windsor, a signed copy of Will Torrent's new book 'Chocolate at Home' and a 5kg bar of the finest Belgian chocolate from Callebaut as well as a collection of baking accessories courtesy of Sainsbury's Uxbridge Road store and The Pampered Chef.

A thrilled Chrissy Agius (aged 14, from Langley) said: "I really enjoyed taking part in the final and I honestly did not expect to win. It was an unforgettable experience. I'm hoping to go to Oakley Court Hotel for my masterclass in half term and I'm really looking forward to it."

Equally delighted by his win in the age 16-19 category, Bradley Montague-Fowley (aged 19, from Newbury) explains: "The competition was a great experience and it was good to challenge myself. I practiced my dish five times before the final. I think my parents are probably sick of eating pork now!

"I think winning will be a great springboard for my career and will look great on my CV. It was fantastic to meet Tom Kerridge. He's just like how he is on TV. He's definitely the kind of chef I would like to work with in the future."

Commenting on judging the dishes, Tom Kerridge said: "The standard of dishes was very high this year, which made the job of judging harder for us. Some of the dishes were so good they could have been served in any professional restaurant."

Fellow judge Will Torrent agrees: "It's so important to encourage young talent and get people excited about the hospitality industry – and this competition does just that. We have two amazing winners that are going to be bright young stars in the future and I can't wait to judge the contest again next year."

While the contestants were hard at work on their dishes, East Berkshire College's talented catering students showcased their skills by creating and serving a delicious selection of canapés to guests, including local dignitaries, businesses, schools and parents.

Opened in October 2013, the stunning Hospitality & Catering Academy is part of the College's £30m investment in its Langley College. The academy works in partnership with some of the most prestigious restaurants, contract caterers and hotels within the region to provide students with the opportunity to learn from some of the best in the business.

Helping to meet the training needs of local businesses in this thriving sector, the facility accommodates professional training kitchens and a working restaurant. Providing a real work environment for students, the Zest restaurant is open to the public and serves a range of delicious seasonal dishes at competitive prices. All food is cooked and served by talented students under the supervision of industry-trained staff.

From professional cookery to front of house service, the new academy offers an array of full-time and part-time courses, including apprenticeships. For further information on East Berkshire College and its extensive range of over 800 courses, including apprenticeships, click here or call 0845 373 2500.

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Inspiring the next generation, two leading chefs from the two Michelin-starred Hand & Flowers in Marlow recently gave Hospitality & Catering students at East Berkshire College an exclusive masterclass in producing award winning cuisine.

Head Chef Aaron Mulliss and Sous Chef Jamie May took time out from one of the country's most prestigious restaurants, which is owned by renowned chef Tom Kerridge, to spend the morning teaching students how to make one of the signature dishes on their menu.

Eleven catering students at Langley College took part in the special workshop, which saw them recreate one of the restaurant's most popular starters, smoked haddock omelette. A firm favourite with diners, the dish tested the students' skills in filleting a fish and making the perfect hollandaise sauce.

Aaron, who has worked alongside Tom Kerridge at the Hand and Flowers for over six years, explains: "It is great to be able to come to East Berkshire College and pass on some of my skills and knowledge to the students. The facilities here are fantastic, I had nothing like this when I was at college."

He continues: "The Hand & Flowers is proud to be a patron of the academy here. I believe it is important to give something back and inspire the next generation. To be a good chef, you need to have a passion for food and a drive to succeed. It is a tough industry, but if you love cooking, it is the best job in the world because you get to feed people and make them happy."

The first pub to receive two Michelin stars, the Hand and Flowers is a patron of the College's new Hospitality & Catering Academy. Officially opened in October 2013, the academy works in partnership with some of the most prestigious restaurants, contract caterers and hotels within the region to provide students with the opportunity to learn from some of the best in the business.

Jenna Driver, who is studying a level two professional cookery course at Langley College, enthused: "It was a real privilege to be able to learn from such top chefs and great to pick up some tips from them. I'd filleted a fish before but I had never made a hollandaise sauce, so this dish was quite a challenge. I really wanted to get it right for Aaron and Jamie."

Yvette Marshall, Manger of the College's Hospitality & Catering Academy, added: "This was an amazing opportunity for our students to work with some of the finest chefs in the country and see what Michelin standard cooking is all about. The students did brilliantly. They have progressed so much since they first started, you almost forget this is a training restaurant."

From professional cookery and food hygiene to front of house service, the new academy offers an array of full-time and part-time courses, including apprenticeships. The College also delivers a range of short courses including wine tasting, Italian cookery and cake decorating.

For further information on East Berkshire College and its range of Hospitality & Catering courses, call 0845 373 2500 or click here.

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Flying the flag for British cuisine as the World Cup starts, the newly opened Zest restaurant at Langley College held a sell-out British theme night on Thursday (12 June 2014). From a traditional beef and ale pie to a sumptuous Eton Mess, the Best of British Night saw the College’s talented catering students create a delicious range of dishes inspired by classic British cooking.

Diners at the restaurant, which is now open to the public for bookings, were treated to a mouth-watering menu at a pocket-pleasing price along with a classic Pimms cocktail. The menu, which was specially created by Level 2 catering students Jenna Driver, Chantel Haigh and Lucy Robbins, offered guests a three-course meal for just £15.

Catering student Chantel Haigh explains: “It was a really good night. Some of the customers really got into the spirit of things by dressing-up in British themed fancy dress costumes. The Eton mess sundae and the cocktails were particularly popular.” 

Providing a real work environment for students, the Zest restaurant at Langley College is open to the public and serves a range of delicious seasonal dishes at competitive prices. All food is cooked and served by talented students under the supervision of industry-trained staff.

First-time diners Paul and Andrea Williams travelled over from Windsor to check out the restaurant. Andrea explains: “I saw the article in the paper about the previous theme night and we thought we’d try it for ourselves. We were really impressed with the menu and the restaurant itself is beautiful. It was a lovely evening. We will definitely be coming back.”

The stunning new Zest restaurant is part of East Berkshire College’s new Hospitality & Catering Academy in Langley. The academy works in partnership with patrons from some of the most prestigious restaurants, contract caterers and hotels within the region to provide students with the opportunity to learn from some of the best in the business.

From professional cookery and food hygiene to front of house service, the new academy offers an array of full-time and part-time courses, including apprenticeships. The College also delivers a range of short courses including wine tasting, Italian cookery and cake decorating. 

For further information on East Berkshire College and its range of Hospitality & Catering courses, call 0845 373 2500 or click here.

The Zest restaurant at Langley College is open Thursday evenings and Tuesday to Thursday lunchtimes in term time only. For more information on Zest restaurant or to book a table, please click here  or call 01753 793344.
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