Catering@Aston opening times

SUMMER TERM 3 2014 from Tuesday 6th May 

Hours apply Monday to Friday. The below times may be subject to slight change.

CafeLibro: 8.30am to 8pm (Extended hours may apply during Aston University Library 24 Hour opening)
DolcHeVita: 8am to 4pm
CafeTierra Food Court: 8am to 7pm (Food served until 6.30pm)
Individual counter times vary, please see below.

SUMMER VACATION 2014 from Monday 16th June    

Hours apply Monday to Friday. The below times may be subject to slight change.

CafeLibro: 10am to 3pm
DolcHeVita: 8am to 5pm
CafeTierra Food Court: Reopens at start of 14/15 Academic Year

Term Time opening hours
The times for each of the Catering@Aston eateries are listed below. These are currently applicable to the Current Term and may be subject to change on a weekly basis. Any changes to these times will be added to the website on a Friday by 3pm.


CaféTierra food court on the ground floor, East Wing on the North side of the building, open from 8am until 7pm daily.

The Traditional counter will open for breakfast with a full English, breakfast baps and pastries from 08.00 until 10.30 for breakfast, 11.30-14.30 for lunch and 16.30 - 18.30 for dinner.

The Deli healthy eating bar opens from 10.00 - 16.00 serving salad shakers, baked potatoes, soup, delibreads with choice of fillings and a choice of 3 smoothies.

The World Food experience is also open from 11.30 - 14.30 with freshly cooked pastas and 3 different taste sensations from across the globe.

The Coffee Bar opens at 08.00 - 18.00 offering fresh Costa coffee, tea, hot chocolate, premium sandwiches, paninis, pastries, flap jacks and other treats.

The Grab and Go hub opens from 09.00 - 18.30 with an extensive choice of thoughtfully priced sandwiches, baguettes, soft drinks, crisps, chocolate and other confectionery.

Café Libro (Library, Ground floor entrance)
8.30am - 8.00pm Monday - Friday (Term time)
10am - 3.00pm (Non term)

DolcHe Vita is the Staff and Postgraduate restaurant facility. Open 8am to 4pm Monday to Friday.

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