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Bury St Edmunds café, The Bay Tree Café, launches new menu including English classic kedgeree





A popular town cafe has launched a new menu.

The Bay Tree Café in St John’s Street, Bury St Edmunds, announced the menu this weekend.

It features English classic kedgeree, a new hash addition, more pasta, and the café’s own unique version of a hot dog.

Alex Rotherham has taken over the Bay Tree Cafe on St John’s StreetPICTURED: Kira Dus, Alex and Leigh RogersPicture: Mecha Morton
Alex Rotherham has taken over the Bay Tree Cafe on St John’s StreetPICTURED: Kira Dus, Alex and Leigh RogersPicture: Mecha Morton

Bay Tree is still offering its Canadian dishes poutine, maple pecan butter tarts and nanaimo bars

Independently owned and operated, dog friendly and open 7 days a week on St John’s Street

Alex Rotherham took over the café in February last year having worked in the hospitality industry in the town since 2011.

Cumberland sausage hash
Cumberland sausage hash

Alex, originally from Vancouver in Canada, had his own restaurant in his home city and worked as head chef at No. 4 Restaurant in Abbeygate Cinema for 11 years, helping to set up the eatery and designing the menu.

Maple pecan butter tart
Maple pecan butter tart
Ernie with his pupachino
Ernie with his pupachino

After leaving the cinema last year he felt it was time to start his own venture.