New Dessert Paradise in Stirling – Crunch Munch

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The new dessert restaurant Crunch Munch opened on November 17th on Cowane Street, Stirling.

The franchise offers a multitude of different sweets and even savoury fast food.

The manager Liam Hinks (24) says: “It is a bright and happy environment. Great for students, couples, families and many more. Everyone is welcome.”

Waffles, crepes, 23 flavours of ice cream and milkshakes are only some of the desserts to choose from.

Hinks stresses the ice cream rolls that they offer in the store:

“The Asian hype now arrived in Stirling.”

The addition of Burgers, Hot Dogs and Nachos gives customers the option of diving into lunch and dinner as well as treats.

The store is open from 1 pm until 11 pm.

There are many vegan, gluten-free and sugar-free options.

We have something for everyone.

Liam Hinks

Crunch Munch is easily accessible to order from. They have a custom app next to their service on Just Eat, Deliveroo and Uber Eats.

The new restaurant is the third one in a chain of dessert parlours. The first store in the franchise is located in Crieff and the second is in Perth.

The branding as a “parlour” shows the private environment within the store.

“We are the only company in the area who sells Tango Ice Blast, as well as having the widest variety of sweets and ice cream.”, says the website.

The popular Tango Ice Blast is a colourful slushy, available in the store.

The welcoming atmosphere and the purple branding at the front and within give the store a unique look.

Hinks noted that the first day has been “a full success”.

“There have been a lot of customers online and in-person already.”

The parlour is also available for parties and other events to book.

For celebrations, there is a possibility to order a custom cake as well.

If you want to try out their food after the article you can find them at 49 Cowane Street FK8 1JW, under their website, on social media or on delivery apps now.

Feature image credit: Crunch Munch

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