Café Rouge celebrates 30 years of business by encouraging its customers to “breakfast like it’s 1989”.
Customers at Café Rouge can banish that Monday feeling by starting the day with a delicious and warming breakfast for just £2. The deal, promoted by the French-themed coffee franchise, entitles customers to a hot drink and a pastry before 11:30am every Monday in January. The offer will even be extended to other days of the week from 21st to 25th January in order to accommodate the approach of payday when many people try to limit their spending.
Founded in 1989 by Karen Jones and Roger Myers, Café Rouge began its journey in Richmond, London and is now celebrating 30 years of serving tasty French cuisine.
"Oh La La! Café Rouge is marking the start of its 30th birthday celebrations by offering customers a croissant and coffee at 1989 prices this January," said a spokesperson. "The bistro is brightening up Monday mornings by offering customers a classic French breakfast treat for the retro price of £2 – a saving of up to 50 percent on current prices.”
Those who wish to take advantage of the deal have plenty of options to choose from. Included in the deal are all coffees, teas and hot chocolates, excluding drinks with liqueurs and syrups, and all pastries, including croissants, almond croissants, pain au chocolats and pain aux raisins.
Thrifty diners must enter their email address on the Café Rouge offer webpage and download a code. When ordering breakfast, customers simply show the code to the server when they ask for the bill. Each code can be redeemed once and is valid for groups of up to six diners.
Café Rouge is also working to reduce its impact on the environment and help those in need. The chain has replaced plastic straws with biodegradable PLA straws and is an official partner of the NSPCC, donating 5p to the charity from every coffee sold.
Alice Tuffery, Point Franchise ©