Sweet! Kaspa’s Desserts submit plans for first Lincolnshire cafe

Everyone loves something sweet after a meal, and people in Lincoln could be in for a treat as plans have been submitted for a new dessert cafe in the city.

Serving a host of perfect puds, including waffles, ice cream and milkshakes, the county’s first Kaspa’s could open on Clasketgate, on the ground floor of Danesgate House if plans are approved.

Plans for the Lincoln franchise, submitted by UK Desserts Limited, would see the pudding chain make it’s way into the city, creating 10 full time and 20 part time jobs.

Plans for the site

According to the planning application submitted to the City of Lincoln Council, the cafe would open from 11am to 11pm every day.

Kaspa’s, which has a number of cafes across the country including in Leeds, Nottingham and Sheffield, sells a selection of ice creams, gelatos, waffles, crepes, milkshakes, smoothies and sundaes.

Members of the planning committee at the City of Lincoln Council will discuss the proposals at a later date.