Festive hours

Once again, I have been very lazy with this site, I’m only on here to update the hours over Christmas and next term…must do better.

Closing at 4pm on Friday 18th December and opening again 8am Tuesday 5th January. 5th-8th January, open 8am-6pm. closed saturday 9th.

From 11th January

Downstairs: Monday – Friday 8am-5pm

Upstairs:       Monday – Friday 10am – 8pm

Saturday 10am – 5pm

 

feeling lazy

Just came on to the blog to update the summer opening hours, and realised, the last time this site was updated was for the same reason a year ago! must try harder

oh well, here they go

Downstairs: Monday-Friday 0800-1700

Upstairs: Monday-Friday 1000-1800 and Saturday 1000-1700

Easter hours

Over the next 3 weeks as the students take some time out, we intend to do the same…sort of.
We are reducing our hours upstairs a wee bit and closing on Saturdays so it’s almost like a holiday.
Monday 31st-Friday 18th April
Takeaway 8am-5pm
Upstairs 10-6pm
Closed Saturday and Sunday
We are also hoping to get a few bits and bobs done to smarten the place up a bit and get the garden ready for the summer.
To everyone who is getting a break, have a guid een.
And, to those who’ll still be here, come see us, we’re still here too.
kisses
kilau

kilau are hiring again!

Kilau are hiring again! With Sam and Harriet off on their travels, we need to replace these, almost irreplacable guys. We have two posts available, both full time, One in the kitchen upstairs, and one in the takeaway downstairs. If you are interested in the kitchen, we would like you to have some experience and a super-awesome, work hard, clean hard attitude. There will be some evening and Saturday work involved. For the downstairs position (monday-friday), expereince would be helpful, an interest in coffee and the same, aforementioned attitude. If you are interested in either position, email info@kilaucoffee.com with your cv

Fancy a cuppa by the cathedral?

Yorkshire author and kilau approved nice guy, Simon, has put together a book covering some the British Isles’ many cathedrals and coffee shops. It is available as an ebook currently and will be out in hard copy later in the year. We will have a few copies in the shop for sale in the autumn, but until then check it out at http://www.troubador.co.uk/book_info.asp?bookid=2364