TWO popular stalls at Hereford's Butter Market will be making the leap to their own premises next month.

Specialising in Turkish and Middle Eastern cuisine, The Meze café has been a hit with shoppers and visitors to Hereford's historic Butter Market.

Earlier this year, owners Esat and Amber Kurt announced they would be leaving the Butter Market, with plans to reopen in their very own premises.

They promise the move to their own fully licensed bar and restaurant will allow them to offer a bigger and better range of their signature cuisine.

Esat and Amber have now revealed that they are set to begin their brand new venture next month, aiming to open the doors at their new property at 17-18 West Street on September 10.

And they will be joined by fellow stallholder Lou Lou's Bubble Tea, who will remain trading at their current pitch in the Butter Market until the week before the move.

The joint venture will allow the businesses to offer a greater variety of baklava, more varieties of unique coffees and a speciality salad bar alongside a range of bubble teas, waffles and desserts.

They hope to also offer live music and entertainment, and plan to open from 7.30am through to evening meals.