A shop selling award-winning chocolate brownies is set to open its first branch in Kent. Love Brownies café is due to launch in Whitefriars, Canterbury, early in the New Year.
The store, which is taking over the Rose Lane premises formerly occupied by Kent Reliance, will be the chain’s ninth franchise in the UK.
Love Brownies Canterbury’s owner, Dildar Bhangu, said: “We can’t wait to open our doors and welcome the people of Canterbury to our café.
“Not only will we have the most amazing brownies and a range of delicious treats, but we pride ourselves on our service – so if you’re looking for an experience that’s just that little bit different then we’d love to see you.”
The Canterbury store will sell a range of fudgy chocolate brownies, with flavours such as salted caramel, double chocolate, morello cherry, orange and raspberry.
All its brownies are gluten-free, and a range of vegan options are available.
It will also offer coffee, along with a breakfast and lunch menu.
Love Brownies was founded 10 years ago by Chantal Teal, who ran the business online before opening a shop in Ilkley, West Yorkshire, in 2016.
Now operating as a franchise model, it has several stores across the country.
Ms Teal said: “We’re delighted to be opening a Love Brownies in Kent, taking the number of cafés and stores across the UK to nine.
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“The brand is continuing to go to from strength to strength – not only are we expanding with beautiful new cafés but our refusal to compromise on quality is seeing us continue to win awards with another star in the Great Taste Awards for our salted caramel brownie and a Great British Food Award for our vegan coconut brownie”
The café opens at 7am on January 9, and will be open seven days a week.
By Lydia Chantler-Hicks
Source: Kent Online