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Australian coffee chain Muffin Break opens in Romford’s The Liberty Shopping Centre

PUBLISHED: 16:30 18 December 2017

The Liberty Shopping Centre's new Muffin Break cafe opened on Thursday. Photo: Muffin Break

The Liberty Shopping Centre's new Muffin Break cafe opened on Thursday. Photo: Muffin Break

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With Christmas around the corner, shoppers after that last minute present have a new place to take a break as a popular coffee house chain comes to Romford.

Australian coffee giants Muffin Break opened their newest store at The Liberty Shopping Centre on Thursday.

Michael Johnson, Muffin Break operations manager, said: “We love Christmas at Muffin Break, but it can be exhausting. We hope shoppers at The Liberty find their new Muffin Break the perfect pit stop from the frantic festive fun.”

The new store has created 12 new jobs and can cater for more than 70 customers in its contemporary yet rustic interior with comfortable seating.

Muffin Break Romford franchisee Nasriya Shaffi added: “Our team are looking forward to welcoming visitors to our new Romford store and becoming a part of the community.

“From a premium coffee on the go, to a long lunch with friends, Muffin Break has something for everyone and our special Christmas menu is just the thing for those long shopping trips.”

The Liberty centre manager, Jonathan Poole, added: “It is great to be able to welcome Muffin Break to the centre. You certainly can work up an appetite when shopping, so we are sure our customers will make the most of Muffin Break’s freshly baked muffins and snacks.”

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