So… What are we all about?

We’re glad you’re here.  We would like to think that we suit a multitude of different needs great coffee, hot savouries, delicious pastries and lots more besides.  Either relax on your own or with friends, meet over coffee for business or simply just come in grab and go. All in a comfortable environment.

Coffee is a language in itself…

Whats with the name?

When you first hear it you might think it’s a bit strange.  There are many interpretations and we’ve heard them all!  In reality it’s simple, it’s a combination of the two core elements of what we do.

Grind: It’s all about quality and flavour, we can’t give a good cup of coffee without good quality coffee beans.  Our coffee beans are only ground as we make each cup of your coffee, so it’s always fresh as a daisy.

Bake: Our hot savouries are baked though out the day so they’re always hot and fresh.

Oh and yes we know there should also be a ‘ on the left side of the “n” but hey nobody’s perfect!!

As long as there is coffee in the world, how bad can things be?

Our Coffee

No off the shelf brands here! Our coffee is roasted by a speciality coffee roaster in London. Using only the finest sourced green coffee beans from around the world that only change slightly with the seasons. Each month we change our filter coffee to showcase  different coffee producing countries and farms, so there’s always a something new to try.

OPENING HOURS

Monday – Saturday   8:00am to 5:00pm

Sunday   9:00am to 4:00pm

Bank Holidays   9:00am to 5:00pm

GETTING TO US

Walking: We’re in the centre of Folkestone in the middle of the  pedestrian area of Sandgate road. In between Clarks shoe shop and Waterstones.

By Public Transport: 5 minutes walk from Folkestone Bus Station, 10 Minutes walk from Folkestone Central train station.

Community

Local people are really important to us, they’re central to what we do. We advertise local events. We support young people in work, by ensuring we always have space for under 18’s that are doing studies, and have yet to join the full time work market.  We give our end of night unsold food to a local charity which is then distributed to the local homeless.