A CAFE is hoping to build its reputation as a tasty place to visit after launching along Bradshawgate in the summer.

After refurbishing a premises on Bradshawgate in Leigh town centre, Cafe Luna was opened by a group of friends in July.

The cafe has a varied menu to try and entice customers through its doors, such as traditional English breakfasts and pancakes, sandwiches and burgers, pies and pastas, and even roast dinners.

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Leigh Journal: Inside the Bradshawgate cafeInside the Bradshawgate cafe (Image: Leigh Journal)
Aziz, one of the employees at Cafe Luna, said that the cafe's staff have experience working in restaurants in London and in Cyprus, and thought that the Bradshawgate unit was a perfect place to grow their own business after they moved to the North West last year.

The business had a positive start to life in Leigh, but things have been more steady of late.

Leigh Journal: Cafe Luna, on BradshawgateCafe Luna, on Bradshawgate (Image: Cafe Luna)
Aziz said: "The business was busy when we first opened but things are a little more tough when we have quiet periods.

"We want to provide lots of traditional homemade food and we have always had positive feedback from customers, who really like our food and portion sizes.

"We have a lot of options for people to try so we want to carry on growing here and online."

Open six days a week, hot and cold drinks are also available inside the cafe while takeaway options are also provided to help boost the new business.