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The Muddy Baker Pastries And Coffee Shop Opens In Valelevu

The Muddy Baker owner Shomal Kant said her new business was inspired by her love for good food and genuine coffee.
15 Dec 2019 18:07
The Muddy Baker Pastries And Coffee Shop Opens In Valelevu
The Muddy Baker owner Shomal Kant (second from left) with staff members celebrate the opening of their new shop on December 14, 2019. Photo: Inoke Rabonu

Residents of Valelevu and the wider Nasinu vicinity now have a one-stop shop for all their pastries and coffee needs.

This was after the opening of ‘The Muddy Baker’ along Yasiyasi Road in Valelevu on Saturday.

The Muddy Baker owner Shomal Kant said her new business was inspired by her love for good food and genuine coffee.

Ms Kant, who is also the owner of Sairav Law firm in Valelevu, said having to look for a coffee shop for meetings and leisure in the Valelevu vicinity was hard as there were none available.

“I have noted the growing need for a coffee shop in this area as there were many business houses and industrial firms being set up here,” Ms Kant said.

“Now that we have opened our doors and that we are centrally located in the midst of business houses and the busy Valelevu vicinity, I invite everyone to come and take advantage of the best coffee and pastries in town,” she said.

She added that the shop offers a wide range of home style recipes infused with a mix of traditional and innovative secret ingredients that offers a very unique taste.

“One thing different about us is that our customers can choose on the different levels of sweetness for the frostings in the cakes they order with us.

“We have a variety of pastries that range from our signature fruit cakes, butter scotch cakes, mocha cakes, raspberry and orange cakes.

“We also have standardised 12 inch pizzas in our pastries range.

“For beverages, we have a wide range of coffee drinks to choose from. Our coffee beans are locally produced and they are the best in town.”

The newly established business has already secured orders for Christmas fruit cakes which are also available at a premium supermarket.

“Our future business plans are to offer to the people of Nasinu a broader range of cakes and pizzas to choose from and create exclusive atmosphere for meeting or just relaxing over hot drinks.”

The shop opens from 7am to 9pm on weekdays and 9am to 9pm on weekends.

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