26th June 2019
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New café operator at Clickimin Leisure Complex

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The café at the Clickimin Leisure Complex is being taken over by a new operator.

Grant Wood said it was “exciting” to expand into new premises. Photo: Kevin Jones

Caffé Volare, which runs the two cafés at Sumburgh Airport, will be responsible for the Muckle Café in Lerwick from Sunday.

Customers will notice little immediate change, however, with the café set to run in the same way as it has done under Natalie Ho until staff training and other details have been sorted out.

Caffé Volare director Grant Wood, 26 said: “It’s exciting for the Caffé Volare brand to be branching out and we’re looking forward to letting more people use the Volare cafés.”

One comment

  1. Sandy McDonald

    Great news, I hope they can serve healthy food in our main sports centre rather than the expensive junk food that was served before. Also hoping the coffee is as good as at is at the airport!

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