A new coffee shop is set to open in Princes Quay before Christmas

By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 1 Dec 2017

A new café is set to open at Princes Quay shopping centre before Christmas.

Muffin Break will open its doors in the Hull city centre mall on December 14 which will create 14 jobs.

With more than 60 stores in the UK, Muffin Break serves freshly baked muffins, cakes and sandwiches along with fresh coffee and other drinks.

The café will be located on the West Arcade on Level One, next door to Primark, and will feature a modern styled interior, with room for around 85 diners.

Ray Cliff, head of centre management - new business at Princes Quay, said: “This is another welcoming news story on the run up to Christmas and Muffin Break will be a great addition to the centre, offering our shoppers somewhere else to grab a freshly baked bite to eat and a coffee as they enjoy all that Princes Quay has to offer.

“As the 20th store to open in the last few months, we’re experiencing a real boost at the centre, which is having a positive impact on the local economy, creating jobs and bringing more visitors to the Quay.

“As we move into 2018 we’re in a really strong position to maximise that growth and look forward to a positive future.”

Muffin Break has a growing portfolio of artisan bakery cafes, which serve more than 200 muffin flavours.

External shot Princes Quay Shopping Centre in Hull

Michael Johnson, from Muffin Break, said: “Our new Princes Quay store is soon to open in the UK and we’re delighted to bring Muffin Break to Hull for the first time during its year as City of Culture.

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“Our delicious muffins and cakes are prepared every day on site and are served with pride. We are here to help make customer’s breakfasts and lunchtimes delicious and we’re looking forward to serving visitors to Princes Quay.”

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