Love Brownies celebrates opening its 20th UK store
Love Brownies, the award-winning brownie business has opened its 20th shop in Richmond, London, UK, focused on a wide range of artisan ranges, writes Neill Barston.
The Richmond branch, launched by husband-and-wife team Joanna and Ken Shum, will offer customers a range of tasty handmade confectionery treats, milkshakes, and coffee.
Since its launch in 2009, the Love Brownies business has taken the UK by storm, establishing a string of branches across the country, and scooping the Great British Food Award 2019.
Visitors to the new Love Brownies cafe, which is based next to Richmond station at 26 The Quadrant, Richmond TW9 1DL, will be able to enjoy a wide-ranging menu, which includes gluten-free and vegan options.
Joanna Shum, founder of Love Brownies Richmond said: “As immigrants from Hong Kong, my husband and I have been absolutely fascinated by UK culture and the diversity of the country’s hospitality industry. After a lengthy search we fell in love with the Love Brownies brand and felt it was a fantastic opportunity share our passion for food with the local community.
“We want this business to be much more than a café, it will serve as a community hub for friends, families to meet, make friends and enjoy a freshly made food.”
The café will use 100 per cent sustainable packaging, including biodegradable cups and paper straws. Its coffee selection includes beans sourced from Columbia, Costa Rica, El Salvador and Nicaragua.