Scotland’s first café inside a Primark store has opened at intu Braehead shopping centre.
Shoppers can now buy a cappuccino along with their chinos, a latte with their T-shirt or a bite of pitta pizza with their newly-purchased polo shirt.
The Primarket Café is serving all kinds of coffee and cold drinks along with toasties, paninis, pitta pizzas, waffles, cakes and other sweet treats to sit in the café’s comfortable surroundings or to take away.
Photo: Customer at the new Primark café at intu Braehead, Gillian Macdonald, left, with café manager, Rachel Fulton
Primark is also making sure their café is environmentally friendly by using takeaway cups that are 100 per cent compostable and if customers bring their own takeaway cup, they’ll get ten pence off the cost of the drink.
The coffee is sourced directly from smaller coffee bean farmers around the world paying a fair price to cover all production costs and making sure the quality of the coffee is high.
And in a bid to cut back on the amount of plastics being discarded, the Primarket Café allows customers to refill their water bottles for free.
Marketing manager for intu Braehead, David Lyon said: “The new Primarket Café within the Primark store at intu Braehead is the first of its kind in Scotland.
“It’s a great idea to give shoppers a place to have a coffee and a chat with friends inside one of our most popular stores.
“You can’t beat a refreshing cup of tea or coffee after a shopping session!”
Photo: Kayleigh McCormack is a barista at Scotland’s first Primark store café at intu Braehead