Greggs - is there anything better? No, probably not.
The smell as you walk in is one of those things that can instantly trigger happiness. There might be shit going on in your life, but once the scent of fresh pastry reaches your nostrils, it's like nothing else matters.
And now there's even more on the menu that can take you away to that special place. In addition to the breakfast offers we already know and love, like a bacon or sausage butty and a hot drink for £1.75 ($2.32), there's now an all-day breakfast wrap.
The delicious looking item costs only £3 ($3.98) and inside is sausage, bacon, a cheese omelette and tomato relish.
As you've probably worked out from the 'all-day' in the title, you won't have to rush to Greggs before 11am to get it, either.
It's part of the Autumn menu, which looks ideal for warming you up as the colder months loom on the horizon, with other treats such as the Katsu chicken wrap, the egg and cheese wrap and a fajita chicken lattice.
The Katsu chicken wrap. Credit: Greggs
Earlier in the year, everyone's favourite bakery announced it was trialing a drive-thru in Greater Manchester, with chief executive Roger Whiteside saying the pilot was a massive success (of course it was) and that drive-thrus will be coming to a bunch of locations across the UK.
Roger told the Newcastle Chronicle: "We opened our first 'drive-thru' shop at Irlam, Greater Manchester, in June, and have been encouraged by its popularity, indicating a demand for further drive-thru locations.
"We are very excited by it - it's got off to a flying start. It's been interesting and exciting to see how well customers have taken to it. Customers are very taken by the idea of not having to leave their cars.
"We wondered if they would be welcoming to do this, and it's been very positive - I don't understand why we haven't done this years ago."
There are no confirmed locations just yet, but Roger went on to tell the paper Greggs is actively looking for more sites to open its drive-thrus. Get a move on, LADs.
He said: "There is an edited selection of the menu at the lane but everything in the whole range is available. People know Greggs and know what they want so just order from memory, and the transaction value is higher because they are doing a run for a group of people or a family.
"The peak times are as you would imagine, at morning rush hour and evening rush hour, and they trade longer, until 9pm."
NINE AT NIGHT. Are you having that?
And the good news doesn't end there, because when asked about the possibility of a home-delivery service, our pal Roger said: "On home delivery, if you'd asked me a few years ago, I couldn't see there being demand. Now I can see there is demand, but now it needs to be proved we can make money from it. I'm one step closer to it."
The future is fucking bright, LADs, and we're all a part of it.
Source: the Sun
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