Esquires becomes town’s eighth chain coffee shop

Esquires becomes town's eighth chain coffee shop

Esquires Coffee has opened to become the eighth chain café in a 500m stretch in Tunbridge Wells.

The Mount Pleasant eatery became the 37th Esquires to trade in the UK when it opened its doors on Tuesday, August 29.

Branding states it will be ‘not just another coffee shop,’ but their business will be tested with Pret a Manger, Caffe Nero, Starbucks, Muffin Break, Patisserie Valerie and two branches of Costa just a short walk away.   

A unique selling point could be Esquires’ commitment to providing a unique menu to all of their outlets and Tunbridge Wells will be no exception.

A spokesman said: “Offering much-loved classics as well as healthy, vegan and vegetarian dishes, all dishes are available to eat in or take away.  

“Delicious, seasonal food offerings range from smashed avocado with chilli, lemon, rocket & tomato, and Nutella French toast to halloumi fries with za-atar, sumac & a lime yoghurt dip.”  

Esquires has also pledged to source all fruit and vegetables locally support the community by using independent and family run suppliers whenever possible.

Waqas Yaqoob, Owner of Esquires Coffee Tunbridge Wells, said: “Whether you want to meet friends for a quick coffee, take your time over a long lunch, pop in for a bite to eat with your dog, or study with friends, our shop is much more than a coffee house, it’s a cool and quirky environment, filled with communal tables and cosy seating. With the added benefit of delicious food and, of course, great coffee, we can’t wait to welcome our local community in.”

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