Waterfall SuperSPAR opens new café concept

Visit the Bean Tree Cafe at Waterfall Superspar.
Visit the Bean Tree Cafe at Waterfall Superspar.

WATERFALL SuperSPAR is now home to the largest BeanTree Café in KZN announced proud owner Shaun Quin. The café is not only the largest store in the region, foodies can also look forward to enjoying a full deli with Italian offerings and a host of scrumptious meals prepared by their talented team. And for the horde of coffee lovers…you’re going to love this café for the perfect cuppa.

“What patrons can look forward to in terms of atmosphere is that we have incorporated a full Italian deli with everything imported from Italy - from cheeses to cured meats, olive oils to pasta. There will also be a new menu with all the old favourites as well as an upmarket restaurant with family café values,” said Quin.

The BeanTree Café provides the perfect setting for a meeting with colleagues or a place to catch up with friends and gives you the chance to pick up some goodies from Superspar on your way out.

Quin said: “A new concept from Spar, BeanTree Café, in association with Lavazza, has started rolling them out across the country. We are proud to be part of the brand and to be the first full concept café in KZN. The café is at the front of the store for ease of access for Spar and centre customers. Bean Tree Café menu offers the best eggs benedict in town, amazing Welsh rarebit and the bacon jam is to die for, all served on Artisan bread from the Italian Artisan Baker, which is managed by head chef Chris Roberts.

So whether you’re looking for a breakfast treat, a quick bite or treating you and your posse to a sumptuous full meal, then the BeanTree Café has something for you.

“Thanks to Spar, and especially Willem Viljoen from Spar head office for the creative design and support, it took a little longer than we would have liked, but all good things come to those who wait,” added Quin. BeanTree Café is open for business and ready to meet your palate’s desires.

BeanTree Café trades from 7am to 7pm, Mondays and Fridays and from 7am to 5pm on Saturday and Sunday.

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