Coffee and muffin stop-off in town

TOWER Ramparts centre in Ipswich is to offer a whole new experience for shoppers today – a new coffee and muffin eaterie.The BB's coffee and Muffins project unveiled by centre owners REIT Asset Management last year is nearly complete with the covers being rolled back today.

TOWER Ramparts centre in Ipswich is to offer a whole new experience for shoppers today – a new coffee and muffin eaterie.

The BB's coffee and Muffins project unveiled by centre owners REIT Asset Management last year is nearly complete with the covers being rolled back today.

The staff of 11 or so were busy being put through their paces in readiness for the grand opening.

A spokesperson for operator BB's said. "We are excited about this our 70th opening and we are sure that Ipswich people will love all that we have on offer".

The new café is situated on the lower level of the centre, directly outside Littlewoods store in the area previously used for exhibitions and other promotional activity.

The café will be able to accommodate over 70 seats and will undoubtedly create a new vibrant atmosphere to the rear of the centre.

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Mike Sorhaindo centre manager said. " The new concept of BB's is already well established in other towns and cities throughout the country and international branches in Australia, New Zealand. Germany and Ireland. We are excited about this new development at the Centre. It is a brand that is not represented currently in Ipswich and follows research and demand for new eating and dwelling places from our customers. We have a great range of retail stores and places to eat at the Centre including Tower Café, Littlewoods Restaurant etc, this new brand will compliment the existing offer and make Tower Ramparts the first stop whilst shopping in Ipswich.

Lucky shoppers wishing to taste the new muffin range will be pleased to know that BB's will be having an opening offer of 'One free muffin with each cup of coffee purchased'.

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