Gywneth Anderson at the helm of her new business

“Little Nook Café” opens at the Bella Coola airport

New owner Gwyneth Anderson has opened the “Little Nook Café” at the former Wildman location in the Bella Coola Airport.

  • Mar. 26, 2015 12:00 p.m.

New owner Gwyneth Anderson has opened the “Little Nook Café” at the former Wildman location in the Bella Coola Airport.

Gwyneth is well known for her culinary skills and has an extensive background within the culinary arts industry. Gwyneth has completed her culinary certifications at the Northwest Culinary Academy in Vancouver B.C. She has been involved in the food industry since she was 15 years old and has her share of experience both managing café’s and catering to high profile clientele such as the French House during the Olympics.

The Little Nook Café is offering a range of culinary delights and the focus is primarily put on supporting local businesses. Little Nook will offer a variety of local teas by Lesley Harestad and fresh roasted coffee by End Of The Road Coffee Company.

Along with local coffee Gwyneth will be making in house syrups like, vanilla bean, salted caramel, chocolate chili and chai! She also plans on serving grilled sandwiches and wraps such as ginger soy smoked salmon wrap and a veggie peanut sauce wrap, grilled bacon jam and blue cheese or a grilled double cheese, garlic and tomato.

Gwyneth will also be offering a wide range of fresh baking, snacks and homemade ice cream sandwiches. Fresh pressed juice specials will occur weekly and not to mention her homemade lemonade and iced tea.

Gwyneth will also be selling local gifts at the Little Nook Café and her motto for her business is to do things as local as possible and only offer the best quality products. Little Nook Café is open Monday to Saturday, 8am – 2pm.

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