coffee bar is nominated for best cafe in Somerset
Burnham-On-Sea coffee bar has been nominated for the title of
Best Café in Somerset in the prestigious Muddy Stilettos
an organic coffee bar in Burnham's High Street, aims to promote
healthy food, wellbeing and feeling good.
are only a few days left of voting for the competition, where
the Burnham business is pitted against coffee heavyweights from
Tiffany Louise Lin said: "My passion has always been organic
food, I want to feed people good quality food and help make them
were nominated last month, which was suprising because we have
only been open for ten months."
are now we are down to the last five, and we really need the support
are up against a few other places from bigger cities like Bristol
and Bath, so it would be great for Burnham-On-Sea if we win this
have travelled from as far away as far and wide to visit the coffee
bar, which features a reading room with library, laptop charging
points and USB docking stations.
shop holds yoga and pilates classes upstairs, which helps promote
a healthy wellbeing, and it also caters for many dietary requirements
such as vegetarians and vegans.
been recognised by the Sustainable Restaurant Association, the
shop aims to be as environmentally friendly as possible by using
reusable cups and LED lights.
added: "It has been quite difficult to establish our place
in Burnham-On-Sea, and I did take a big risk in setting the business
up. I want to make people aware that you can eat well, and feel
good, and its not expensive."
can vote for the coffee shop here.