Notes opens new central London site

31 July 2014 by
Notes opens new central London site

Notes, the speciality coffee, food and wine company, has opened its third site in central London.

The chain, which is co-owned by Robert Robinson and Edward Halfon, has expanded to the 1,200 sq ft site at the bottom of the City Point office complex.

Edward Halfon, director of Notes, said: "We were looking for a permanent home site in the City Point area as we have been trading successfully there via our mobile coffee station."

Notes, which serves seasonal food throughout the day, offers a relaxed coffee and wine bar atmosphere. Halfon added: "Being able to establish premises in this area of London is fantastic progress for us as a brand."

The coffee shop chain has sites across London, with two located in Covent Garden and Trafalgar Square and another in Kings Cross. It opened its own roastery in August last year.

Leisure property agent Shelley Sandzer secured the site for the growing brand.

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