A new café serving fresh juices, coffee and lunches has opened in the city.

Po and Juice, stylised as Πo (using Greek letter pi), has been welcoming customers to its store in Church Road, Hove.

Though it has not been open long, it is already getting positive reviews online.

James Wilson, from Hove, who tried the mixed salad bowl, said: “It is delicious and great value too. I have been looking for somewhere local to eat great healthy food for a while so I am chuffed it has opened.”

Nathan Dodds added: “The potatoes are very tasty and the place is nicely decorated. There are lots of options for vegetarians.”

The café took the place of Nicole Urbanski, a fashion accessories shop which closed earlier this year.

Early risers can pick up a bacon roll and coffee for £7.50. This deal is on offer from 8am and 10.30am.

Baked potatoes and salads are served every day from 11am.

As the restaurant uses seasonal produce, the juice offerings and potato toppings vary each day.

Half a baked potato is priced at £5.50 and a whole potato is £7.50 and toppings are unlimited – so fill your boots (or the box it comes in).

Church Road is a popular street for eateries and one of the city’s favourite fish and chip shops recently reopened there under a different name after a major rebrand.

Bankers Express relaunched as Churchill’s in September and is one of 17 branches across the south east.

The café could also benefit from new neighbours as the empty site of Organic Earth, just one door down, is due to be turned into a Sainsbury’s Local.

Po and Juice is open from 8am to 4pm daily, except Sundays when it is closed.