Hello Winchester! Following a short closure for refurbishment, the Royal NAAFI has officially opened the doors to a brand-new café in Winchester.
A stone’s throw away from the high street, the welcoming new spot offers a wide range of hot and cold drinks with delicious food including breakfast baps, sandwiches, sweet treats and more. Not forgetting a cup of famous NAAFI tea!
With lots of comfortable seating across two floors there is plenty of space to catch-up with family and friends, with artwork and NAAFI history decorating the walls. Providing a taste of home to UK Forces based around the world since 1920, Winchester is NAAFI’s third café to welcome in the wider public community for the first time.
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