Cynon Linc in Aberdare gears up for reopening with a tasty announcement

Cynon Linc in Aberdare have announced exciting plans for a new kitchen and coffee shop which will be opening its doors to the public on 4th October.

The Hyb will sit at the heart of Cynon Linc, a bright and welcoming space which includes a fantastic outside courtyard for sunny days. The kitchen will provide a wide range of meals, snacks, healthy options, and speciality teas and coffees aimed at the whole community.

Working his magic in the kitchen will be established chef Andrew Mason, he joins the Hyb after previous working as Head Chef at the BBC Wales restaurant in Cardiff. Andrew has exciting plans for the kitchen and is already building his team and preparing the opening menus.

“I am looking forward to catering for the whole community, from good old fashioned homemade classics through to modern day fusion. Also, there will be tempting light bites, mouth-watering main meals, stunning cakes and an ever-changing specials board. “

The team at Hyb want to make it a place for the whole community to enjoy, so in addition to providing a great selection of food, they will be providing discounted lunches for the over 60s.  These two course lunches will be available every weekday between 12pm and 2pm for £6.

Overseeing the project has been Adele Harries-Nicholas, from Age Connects Morgannwg.

“The Hyb kitchen and coffee shop will provide a great space to meet old friends and make new ones, with dedicated space for those who need a space to work and a break from working from home.

Food will be served from 9 am to 5pm with everything homemade and cooked fresh on site, and having seen and tasted the chefs cooking I am excited about the plans he has to make the Hyb the place to eat and drink in Aberdare.”

The kitchen and coffee shop is just one element of Cynon Linc, a destination for the whole community. It will be a home to community groups, organisations and companies that will benefit the local and wider community.

Support for this development has come from a range of organisations, these include; Rhondda Cynon Taff County Borough Council, Cwm Taff Morgannwg University Health Board and funders such as The National Lottery Community Fund, Dunhill Medical Trust, Pen Y Cymoedd, Welsh Church Acts and The Welsh Government Integrated Care Fund.

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