Xpresso Café's R10 everything special

What’s the deal?

In need of decent cup of coffee at a reasonable price? Look no further as Xpresso Café, South Africa’s best priced coffee shop franchise, is selling everything on its menu for only R10 each.

Is this too good to be true? According to a recent post on their Facebook page and information on their website, the trendy and upmarket coffee shop offers a wide selection of goods such as pastries, sandwiches, freshly squeezed juices and more.

You can get your hands on these wonderfully priced treats at their recently opened franchise in Durbanville as well as their Brackenfell and CBD branch which will be up and running from the 1 November.

What’s on the Menu?

See below to view the full menu.

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