The new Nottinghamshire cafe where breakfasts are already a hit

A new cafe has opened in Sherwood and is already proving to be a popular breakfast spot. The Staar Cafe in Sherwood at 499 Mansfield Road has replaced a former hairdresser’s.

With a simplistic interior, the cafe’s owner, Ali Jolear, who lives in Carlton, has spoken about how business has been doing since The Staar Cafe opened last month. With sweets, hot food, free Wi-Fi and a space in the garden, Jolear said business has been good.

Ali said: “Things have been good. We have a lot of people who come to have breakfast and a lot of people who come to have a coffee and use the free Wi-Fi”. This is not Ali’s only business.

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Two weeks ago, in Nottingham Road, he opened a second business: Lavia Pizza at 363 Nottingham Road. Ali continued: “First I opened here and then Lavia Pizza. The customers have been great so far, everyone is very friendly.”

Inside Cafe Staar(Image: Nottingham Post)

In the cafeteria you get coffees for £3.30, a big breakfast for £7.50 and roast potatoes for £3.50. The people of Sherwood welcomed the new addition to the main street.

Hayley Morgan, 32, lives in Sherwood. The nurse said: “I had seen that the Staar Café had opened on Facebook.


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