The fast-expanding coffee shop chain Triple Two has opened its latest venue in Quakers Friars between Broadmead and Cabot Circus in Bristol.
Triple Two started in 2016 with a kiosk in Swindon’s shopping centre and some four years later can boast 18 branches.
As well as offering an extensive menu for coffee lovers, it serves a wide range of food including vegan and gluten-free options. Food includes Italian flatbreads, bacon rolls, wraps, sandwiches and a selection of salads all made fresh every day.
The Triple Two name is inspired by Swindon’s railway heritage, paying tribute to the 2-2-2 steam trains that were used by Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
Triple Two said: “Since the opening of our very first store, a kiosk inside the Brunel Centre, Swindon, the brand has gone from strength to strength. Four months later we opened our flagship 3,000 sqft store.
“You may think after achieving so much over the past year we are sitting back and relaxing, in fact, we haven’t even started yet.”
The brand recently partnered with Cooks Global Foods PLC to grow the franchise with branches overseas.