THE start of the new cricket season also sees the start of a new venture for popular Kent wicket-keeper Geraint Jones.
Having become a father for the first time earlier this week, Jonesy’s Kitchen, based on the first floor of the Ames Levett Indoor School, opens for business on Tuesday next week – the first day of the LVCounty Championship against Northamptonshire – and will be providing wholesome home prepared and cooked food using local ingredients and suppliers.
One such supplier is Mrs Tredwell – mother of Kent spinner James – who will be supplying Jonesy’s Kitchen with freshly baked cakes.
Supporters hoping to sample the fare offered by Jonesy’s are advised to book their table and meal in advance to avoid disappointment.
On match day, the following will be available:
9:30am to 11:30am – Freshly brewed coffee and tea served with a bacon roll or home made cake
11:45am to 2:00pm – Lunch serving of home cooking including home made soups, main meals and desserts
3:15pm to 4:30pm – Traditional cream tea or pot of tea, freshly brewed coffee with a variety of home made cakes
Freshly made sandwiches and paninis will be available to take away throughout the day.
Picture courtesy of Anthony Roberts of ARPICS