If you fancy a snack or few for £1 a go then a new London cafe has opened in Camden which is just right for you.
Caffix café offers all items on the menu for one British pound. The idea is to allow customers to mix and match items or have a snack for £1.
The Evening Standard lists some of the menu options as; mozzarella and pesto baguettes, avocado sandwiches, home-baked banana bread and flourless muffins, pastries, cakes, salad pots and hot beverages.
The café in Newman Street, Fitzrovia, hopes to open more branches. However there is a catch, according to the Standard: the sandwiches and baguettes are half the size of normal.
London Evening Standard reports:
The pots of quinoa, falafel and houmous also come in small pots.
But the café owners said this gives customers the chance to mix-and-match, while they use high quality ingredients despite the low prices.
Coffee drinkers can enjoy Italian roasted beverages from Brazil Santons beans and they make their own tea bags from six types of tea-leafs.
£1 and fresh. Come on down and try us out, proof is in the taste pic.twitter.com/ybsfn6fNQT
— Caffix (@CaffixLondon) June 3, 2015
A description on the Caffix website said: “We have used our extensive experience to develop a menu of freshly prepared food for breakfast and lunch, including our own baked cakes.
“The difference with our menu is every item is sold at a single low price of £1.
“You now have a greater choice in how much you spend on your meal and what that consists of.”
The Caffix founders have plans to launch the concept as a branded chain across London and the UK if it proves to be a success.
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