A new family-run coffee shop has opened in York.
Strensall Coffee House is at 22 Barley Rise, Strensall. It opened last week, on Wednesday 27 September. The building was previously home to a D&Y Taylor Butchers.
The family-run coffee shop is owned by Hazal Hazar, who was inspired to open her own coffee shop from other family members who run their own hospitality businesses.
As well as coffees and teas, it also serves a wide food menu with hot and cold options, lunch and breakfast offerings.
Hazal runs the front of house, while her brother Ozgur runs the kitchen.
Homemade treats on offer include rocky road, flapjack, caramel brownie, cookies, toasted tea cake and a cake of the day – all priced at £3.95. There is also homemade scones, with fruit scones and cheese scones available.
The menu also has breakfast options like a full English breakfast (£9.45) and waffles with bacon and syrup (£7.45), and lunch and lighter meal options such as burgers (from £6), jacket potatoes (£7.50), paninis (£7.95), sandwiches (£6.95), and more.
“The community have always wanted a cafe in Strensall,” said family friend, Kelly Mountain-Baron. “So when it was announced people were very pleased.
“People’s reactions have been really positive – the support has exceeded all expectations.”
Strensall Coffee House is open Wednesday to Monday, from 8am – 4pm. It is closed on Tuesdays.