New cafe opens in Rugby town centre

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A new cafe which includes a takeaway and delivery service is the latest business to open in Rugby town centre.

Guttbusters, which opens on Valentine’s Day in Albert Street, employs five people and is based on an American style diner.

The menu includes burgers, fajitas, fish and chips, steaks, all day breakfast kebabs, toasties, pork batches, the Guttbusters breakfast and desserts.

Customers can also take on the Guttbusters Challenge which includes 2 burgers, bacon, 2 sausage, crispy chicken steak, mushrooms, egg, salad and cheese all wrapped up a bun.

Guttbusters originally opened in September 2013 and operated from a converted home kitchen and offered a delivery service only.

It is now open six days a week Monday to Thursday, between 10am and 11pm, and Friday and Saturday, from 10am to 12.30am.

Susan Sandall, owner of Guttbusters, said: “We are a small company that work hard and put the customer first in everything we do to make sure they enjoy the Guttbusters experience. We always appreciate feedback and love customers letting us know how we are doing so we can improve.

“I live in Rugby and I wanted to bring something different to Rugby and feel I have done that. We look forward to greeting new customers and hope that they will enjoy the Guttbusters food, friendly staff and ambience. Come and give us a try, a warm welcome awaits you.”

Aftab Gaffar, Rugby First managing director, said: “It’s great to see new business grow and do well and I’m delighted that Guttbusters now have a presence in the town centre. Their philosophy of putting the customer at the heart of the business is certainly reaping dividends for them and it is something all successful businesses do.”