Tuesday 3rd January 2017
The new Deli at The Oxford Science Park has been officially opened.
The new purpose built Deli, which is located in The Sadler Building in the centre of the Park, answers the people on the Park’s desire to eat fresh and healthily thanks to its freshly made soups, salads, smoothies, paninis, mezzalunas and delicious fillings. Much of the food is freshly prepared in the Park’s kitchens by its expert catering team led by Julien Such, catering manager and Miles Burton, head chef.
The Deli adds to its other catering provision in The Sadler Building: The Sadler Brasserie, for restaurant breakfasts and lunches, and The Sadler Bar, for drinks and bar snacks. In The Magdalen Centre, its innovation building, The Magdalen Café caters for the many people providing hot and cold breakfasts, lunches and cakes and pastries.
Piers Scrimshaw-Wright, managing director, The Oxford Science Park said: “The Sadler Deli is an extension of the need to provide our occupiers with amenties which contribute to their employees’ health and wellness. The new Deli is the vision of Julien our catering manager who responded to the findings from our recent catering survey. We are able to provide quick and healthy food to the busy working community. Thank you to the whole catering team who have been working hard to open what is already proving a successful addition to the Park. We continue to invest in our infrastructure and amenity offerings for the benefit of all.”
Julien Such, catering manager, The Oxford Science Park added: “It has always been my vision to provide deli-style food to people on the Park. Now we can with our new Deli. Feedback from our customers has been very positive and already we have seen a 25% increase in footfall with carrot and ginger energiser juice, smoked ham and cheese panini, and mozzarella, sundrid tomato and pesto panini being our best sellers.”
To find out more about The Sadler Building or for The Sadler Deli’s opening hours, please visit: http://www.oxfordsp.com/parklife/sadler-building/