Camberley’s New Family Friendly Daytime Restaurant Has Opened Today 17th October 2012. Why not ‘pop in’ for a Poppins

If you have never heard or never tasted a Poppins Restaurant, you have not lived. As a foodie myself, their is nothing like a Poppins to fill the hole, with good wholesome food, and one has opened on the High Street Camberley opposite to the entrance to the shopping mall.

Poppins Restaurants was established in 1979 providing a warm and friendly place to eat for shoppers, office staff, shop workers and families who can enjoy flexi-time eating with something for everyone.

Poppins Restaurants offer friendly waiter/ess service with a anytime extensive menu which includes Breakfasts, Grills, Fish, Steaks, Omelettes, World Favourites, Salads, Filled Jacket Potatoes, Burgers and a wide variety of lighter bite snacks.

Children are particulary welcome with their own low-priced six choice main course menu.

Poppins has proved to be one of the most popular family restaurants in the uk with busy town centre restaurants all over the country.

Poppins is now a nationally recognised name, with all there restaurants being independently owned and benifit from the proprietors own supervision. Their continous aim is to provide high standards of food hygiene, comfort and service within a reasonable price range. Achieving this has undoubtedly made ‘Poppins’ a success everywhere in the country.

So now Poppins is open! why not ‘pop in’ you wont be dissappointed.

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