A new cafe is getting ready to open soon in Beaconsfield. 

Koko’s cafe is getting ready to feed hungry customers in Beaconsfield Old Town with coffees, pastries, freshly made sandwiches and Burek filled with meat, potatoes or spinach and cheese.

Old Town Koko’s will be the business's second branch after a successful cafe van stationed by the Shardeloes Lake in Old Amersham.

Owner Sanela Bejdic Hajdarevic, from Amersham, said: “Everything is going well and we’re aiming to open on November 1.

Bucks Free Press: The interior is inspired by the Chilterns greeneryThe interior is inspired by the Chilterns greenery (Image: Sanela Bejdic Hajdarevic)

“It’s really exciting and a little bit scary!”

Sanela decided it was time to expand to Beaconsfield now as everything is getting back to normal after the Covid pandemic, when the outdoor cafe van in Shardeloes was buzzing with walkers.

“Not that many people are walking during the weekdays now and those days can be not that busy.

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“This is something new. We still wanted people to feel a similar vibe and that’s why we went with the greenery and the woodland scene. This is what Koko’s is all about – fresh food, Burek, cinnamon buns,” she said.

Burek is a flaky filled filo pastry from the Balkans and the Middle East, which is popular in the UK.

Coffee beans will be supplied by the Oxfordshire-based UE Coffee Roasters, while the pastries and sandwiches are homemade in the cafe kitchen. 

“Although the space itself is not that big we have a large kitchen and we can have tables outside,” she added.

Old Town Koko’s is located at the former Chez Pain coffee shop building at 4 Market Place opposite Browns.