A COFFEE shop chain has opened a branch in Broad Street following an investment of more than £100,000.

The Triple Two Coffee shop has moved into the former Isola fashion boutique.

The premises has been extensively refurbished with seating provided on the ground floor and in the basement.

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The Broad Street branch is being run by Vipul Mendpara and he works with six full and part-time staff.

The chain also has branches in Swindon, Cirencester, Cheltenham and Southampton.


Mr Mendpara said: “We have been open for a few weeks and so far we have been given a very good welcome.

“There’s seating for about 25 people downstairs and there is some seating on the ground floor as well - it’s been a significant investment.”

According to the chain’s website: “We love great coffee, fresh food and a comfortable, clean environment to enjoy them in.


“Simply this is the Triple Two Coffee proposition and our customers love it.

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“The coffee market is huge and still growing, it’s clear that everybody loves the coffee experience and we saw an opportunity to offer customers something different – something fresh, new and better.

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“After extensive research and experiencing what was on offer we launched our concept store in Swindon in 2015 with the simple mantra – real food, awesome coffee.


“We worked with leading sector experts to develop our unique house brand of coffee and exciting fresh food menu.

“The feedback from customers has been exceptionally positive.”


Coffee is blended exclusively for the company by a family roaster who shares its passion for great tasting coffee.