Caffeine junkies in Petts Wood will have another place to satisfy their cravings at a new coffee house which has just opened its doors to customers.

The grand opening of the Arabica Coffee House was attended by the mayor of Bromley Kim Botting.

Petts Wood residents were also invited to sample the coffee and treats available in store, including crepes, waffles and bagels.

The coffee house takes its name from the Arabica beans that staff use to make the coffee.

Jaafar Touili, who owns the shop, said: “We’ve been working on the concept to make sure we’re offering people something they can’t find elsewhere.

"We had a successful soft opening and the feedback from customers has been wonderful."

His business partner, Mohammed Alnassar, added: “We think it is very important to integrate into the community and the Petts Wood community have been extremely welcoming.”

The coffee house is the second branch opened by the pair, after they opened a branch in Crawley last year.