Birds Bakery reopens its shop in Nottinghamshire after its makeover, but the cafe has disappeared


A Birds Bakery store has reopened after undergoing a full refurbishment – but the old seating area is gone.

Beeston’s shop has a whole new look, with a specially designed hot food counter and coffee from the Nottingham 200 Degrees roastery.

The new counter has been designed to serve a wider range of hot meals to take-out customers.

The store was closed for ten days for renovations.

Bacon and sausage cobs and sandwiches are still served to customers, but instead of tea and coffee in the dishes, drinks are now served in takeaway cups.

A new seating area has been created near the windows overlooking Beeston Square.

There are new seats near the entrance to Birds Bakery, Beeston

Mike Holling, Director of Sales and Marketing at Birds Bakery, said: “We are very pleased to once again reopen our Beeston store to our customers.

“The revamped store now has more space to accommodate our customers.

“We are committed to investing in our stores and delivering a new feel for everyone to enjoy. We are proud to continue to provide high quality products and customer service, and look forward to welcoming our customers for a takeaway coffee and a slice of cake.”

For those unable to make it in person, Birds Bakery is operating its home delivery service as usual for local residents, with its new online store also serving customers nationwide.

The online store sells items including sausage on the cob packets, pork pies, Valentine’s Day chocolates, macaroons and gingerbread men.

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