Delicious cakes, waffles and milkshakes on offer at brand new North Staffordshire cafe

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It’s a family affair in a new cafe that serves a range of popular snacks and desserts. Charlene Jones, 21, opened Sugar Coated in Liverpool Road, Kidsgrove.

And she is supported by her mother, Clare Myatt, and her 18-year-old sister Kalee. The cafe sells beverages including tea, coffee, cappuccino, latte, espresso, hot chocolate, Americano, and milkshakes.

And it serves a range of sandwiches, paninis and toast as well as cookie dough, cakes and waffles and ice cream.
Charlene, from Endon, who also works in a pharmacy in Burslem, said: “Kidsgrove is missing in the market for something like that. There is another cafe but we go more for desserts and milkshakes, cakes, cookie dough and waffles and ice cream.”

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The cafe is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday. Charlene added: “Everyone we spoke to enjoyed their food. We got the keys a month ago and spent a lot of time and money to make it the way we wanted. It was just a front shell.”



Charlene Jones, left, with her sister Kalee and mother Clare Myatt at their cafe, Sugar Coated, in Kidsgrove

Mum Clare said: “I’m helping Charlene. It took a while to get everything up and running but everyone seems happy so far.

“At the moment we buy the cakes but we will make our own. We sell homemade brownies.”
Sugar Coated opened on Saturday and customers were very impressed.

Liz Jackson, from Audley, said: “The food was delicious. It’s a very friendly atmosphere and I can’t wait to come back.”

Ewan Boughey, 16, from Audley, said: “The food was amazing. The service was very good. I had a piece of cake, a milkshake, a waffle and cookie dough. Everything was delicious. “



Clare Myatt, left, with Kalee and Charlene Jones outside Sugar Coated at Kidsgrove
Clare Myatt, left, with her daughters Kalee and Charlene Jones outside the Sugar Coated cafe in Kidsgrove

Carl Jones, 44, from Audley, said: “It was everything you’d want in a waffle and ice cream shop. I’ll definitely be back. It’s a lovely little place.”

Christian Stewart, 47, from Meir, visited his children, Aimee, 16, and Cameron, 13. He said: “The milkshakes were very good. We’ll be back. It’s nice to have a new business open. Hope it goes well for them. It suits Kidsgrove. It has a nice, cozy feel.

Dan Owen, 33, from Kidsgrove, added: “It’s lovely, really nice. We were really pleased with it.”

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