Niel is awesome (written by Liz!). He is the man behind the dream… topiary from Germany, furniture designed in North Aston and manufactured in Indonesia, a Yurt from Devon…
George Landless is our multi-tasking wiz. George is primarily part of the plant centre team, working closely with Ronnie and Jess to help with any enquires around the products we offer.
Since joining us just under a year ago, as Rosara assistant, Nadia has been providing great customer care with a level of knowledge and efficiency second to none. With a background in retail management at major names such as Karen Millen and Topshop, this bright spark among the Rosara ranks is one to watch, with her own ambitions fuelling Rosara’s already growing fire.
Jessica Latham-Warde is our bright and bubbly Rosara Manager. When Nicholsons was ready to launch its new outdoor furniture brand, Rosara, Jess was recruited to the role.
We change The Yurt menu all the time. In fact, if you come for lunch on Monday, it may well be different by breakfast on Tuesday. We do this to ensure that we always use the freshest local produce, nothing gets old or becomes boring, and you get to try something completely different each time you join us.
We were recently lucky enough to receive a visit from local blogger and friend of The Yurt, Common Toff. Here is what she had to say about her visit… It has been my mission (and one I have been more than willing to take) to munch my way around Birmingham, finding yummy food spots for dinner, lunch, cocktails or for the best meal of the day: brunch. I seem to have collated a ‘Brunch in Birmingham’ collection, with my most recent post reviewing the gorgeous Gas Street Social.
We have a delicious breakfast and lunch menu. Can we tempt you with a home-made potato Rosti served with pan fried mushrooms and freshly prepared avocado with the finest poached egg perched on top? Or would you rather save yourself for one of our lunchtime plates of rare roast beef, baked red onions and potato salad with horseradish dressing? Our chef celebrates local fresh food…everything is prepared in the kitchen using herbs
The Yurt at Nicholsons is a brand new and uniquely designed café hidden away in the quiet sleepy village of North Aston. Here are 5 things you should know to plan a trip to visit us: Location: The Yurt is only a short drive from both Banbury and Oxford. With such a central location, it is a perfect meeting place for any business or social gathering.
Our first blog post comes from friend of Nicholsons, and blogger, Ailsa Renk. Whilst studying at university in Birmingham, Ailsa has authored her own lifestyle blog, Common Toff, and she recently took time out of her busy schedule to pay a visit to our new Yurt Café. Here is what she had to say: