Budget coffee chain EasyCoffee is set to open its first café in Edinburgh this weekend.

The cafe chain, founded by EasyJet, already has £1 coffee shops in cities across England, with the Capital site set to be its first in Scotland. The shop will open opposite the Haymarket train station at 14–15 Clifton Terrace, Edinburgh, EH12 5DR.

A cup of coffee or tea sells from £1 in EasyCoffee shops, with food like a ham and cheese toastie costing around £3.20.

The chain has already announced plans for 200 new stores in major high street locations as it seeks to take on market leaders like Costa Coffee, Pret A Manger and Starbucks, although the locations are being kept a closely guarded secret.

They offer drinks and food at terrific value prices when you’re on the go.

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