Caffe Atina has long been one of Chester’s top performing cafe’s as well as providing some of the tastiest, authentic Italian dishes by night. Now, the team at Atina are excited to announce that they have a student deal to match any other eatery in the city. Add to that, their exciting 2 Course menu, which also includes half a litre of wine for under £20 and  it all heralds good times for all involved!

The Caffe Atina student deal means that you can pop in any time and enjoy 20% off your food bill all day, every day as long as you have a valid NUS card with you. What’s more, on a Thursday you can get a whopping 40% off your food on a Thursday between 2pm and 6pm; again all you need is your NUS card to be eligible for this fantastic student offer.

Freshly Produced Fayre for Chester Students…

If you are a student in Chester but still haven’t been to Atina Kitchen, it is a family run cafe and Italian restaurant situated in the heart of the city. All of their meals are freshly produced using only the finest, locally sourced produce and their staff are considered to be second to none when it comes to customer service. This is really emphasised by their fantastic reviews on Trip Advisor, which puts them in the top 10% of places to eat in Chester!

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Caffe Atina is also the home of the ever popular Manwich, which can be purchased as part of their student deal and really is an ultimate eating experience. You can read all about it by visiting the Caffe Atina website and this little number is a tantalising mixture of amazing ingredients put into a steamed ciabatta and served with homemade chips. So, if you are a student with a healthy appetite or simply want a super tasty challenge, the Manwich is for you.

Students can book ahead for breakfast or lunch at Caffe Atina or simply pop in any time. Dinner is available on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights and you can find Caffe Atina just opposite Argos in the heart of Chester.  To see examples of our dishes or learn more about Chester’s favorite cafe and Italian restaurant, why not take a look at their Facebook, Twitter or Instagram pages?
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