A MUCH-loved husband and wife are back in full swing to serve Bracknell town the 'best pancakes ever'.

The owners of Al Crepes and Cafe, located in Savernake Park, reopened on Saturday, May 16, after the parks reopened under the government lockdown rules.

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Adrian Arnautu said it would have been 'catastrophic' for his business if they were to be closed for the summer months.

Luckily, the crepe van has reopened in time for the 'busier period' and residents can get their delicious crepes.

He said: "We opened on Saturday and we had a lovely busy weekend. We believe around 100 people but it was fairly staggered and people kept their social distancing." 

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The mobile cafe offers a variety of sweet and savoury crepes, freshly squeezed juices and coffee.

Residents can order a choice of topics and flavours, from Nutella and strawberries and savoury crepes for those who haven't got a sweet tooth.

The unique crepe van run by Adrian Arnautu and his wife Liliana had to close its doors when the lockdown measures were imposed.

Residents in the borough will now be able to order crepes online and pick them up at the van.

Al Crepes and Cafe will have an area where you order and where you pick up to ensure social distancing is in place and people are separated at a two-metre distance.