July 9, 2017 04:22 PM NPT
KATHMANDU, July 10: Coffee break an outlet has been opened for coffee lovers while coffee trend is growing in Nepal. Located at Salesberry Department Store, Sitapaila, this outlets provides freshly brewed coffee selections, coffee alternatives like iced tea, smoothies, lassi and milk shakes along with fresh bakeries. With an aim to provide personal service with better quality products that offers birthday cakes, latte arts to make someone’s day, the founder believed that customers are the returning buyers and will ensure that it greets when they come back.
Likewise, food Fest, an outlet similar to food stalls, has been upgraded with better seating facility, central billing, and open food preparing place and self-service with clean environment and friendly service. Posan Rijal, founder of Coffee break and Food Fest referred these two outlets as “gathering for food” or “food party” and it offers range of quick food menus from sandwich, rolls, samosa, chat, panipuri to very own popular momo and chowmein.
Coffee break was opened for the women empowerment to step further from household work to be a role model as entrepreneur's family. With just three years of his journey in Nepal, If found good locations coffee break and food fest is aiming to extend its branches.