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When Cafe Sia in Broadford officially opened its doors recently after a month's refurbishment, visitors were able to enjoy a number of exciting changes which include non-slip decking, as well as adjustments to the far right area of the cafe.  What used to be home to a large coffee roaster belonging to the Isle of Skye Roastery is now an extended bench area, pictured above, perfect to ensure a comfortable dining experience.  
Director, Tom Eveling, says: "We weren't able to use the roaster when the cafe was busy, so we have moved it to another location."  The staff areas have also been updated to ensure a better flow.  "We have better equipment, a better work space and it's much more organised behind the scenes," explains Tom.
And, if you crave delicious gluten-free or vegan food, you will be able to find it at Cafe Sia.  "We are working hard to give those with specific food requirements more options," Tom says.  "We already do gluten-free pizza, but we are also doing a gluten-free and dairy-free pizza with vegan cheese.  We are producing a lot more gluten-free options on our menu, like our fish finger bap, our club sandwich and brunch baps.  We want to increase what we have on offer for vegans and those who are gluten-free.  That's our main aim this year!"