Newest independent on the block is Kids’ Hub Coffee, situated on Paris Street. This colourful, bright, child friendly café has it all from a buggy park that fits 10 buggies and a giant map for little ones and adults to enjoy, to great coffee, locally sourced produce and famously delicious brownies.
For this week’s #FinditinExeter we caught up with Tuba, the owner, to discover why her café is such a hit with young families.
The Kids Hub opened only a couple months ago and already owner Tuba is finding that there is a real need for this type of café in the centre of Exeter. The idea behind the new café is to provide a safe and fun environment for children and their parents or guardians to enjoy and not be worried about others around them.
Following a successful launch Tuba already has ideas to expand, with plans to run child friendly workshops above the café, this place will fast become a firm favourite in the parenting world.
Not only does Tuba run Kids’ Hub Coffee but just a stone’s throw away is Kapbula Organics which is owned and managed by Tuba and her husband. Kapbula Organics is a specialist organic and sustainable clothing, toy and accessories shop for babies and children up to five-years-old.
The shop stocks an array of organic and/or recycled plastic garments, accessories made from fabric offcuts, wooden toys, recycled plastic swimsuits, BPA free and medical grade silicone teethers, nursery decorations, bags and even organic toothpaste.
So, if you are looking for a place to play with your little one, catch up with friends while your children explore or simply enjoy a scrumptious brownie, Kids’ Hub Coffee on Paris Street is the place to visit.