Artisan coffee company Paddy & Scott’s has launched two high street cafes in Suffolk following the success of its 55 branded cafes within business and industry head offices such as Barclays, Heinz, HP (Norwich) and Fat Face, and its in-store 60-seat cafe within B&Q’s new store in Poole.
The two cafes are based in Suffolk: one in Paddy & Scott’s hometown of Framlingham and the second in Bury St Edmunds.
Director and co-founder Paddy Bishopp said: “Our ambition is to have 20-30 of our coffee shops throughout the region over the next three years. Our next sites have already been identified in Hadleigh and Norwich, and potentially Kings Lynn and Lowestoft for 2015 openings.”
The cafes will offer coffee, plus a high-quality food range such as sandwiches, salads, soups, cakes and the company’s ‘famous sausage roll’. All sandwiches and salads include a local food hero from East Anglia and they’re named on the product, for example Blythburgh Free Range Ham, bacon and sausages, Stokes Sauces from Rendlesham or smoked salmon from Artisan Smoke House near Felixstowe.
© FoodBev Media Ltd 2022
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