One of the biggest coffee chains in the world has announced plans to open a branch in a local shopping centre.
Starbucks hopes to launch in The Lexicon in neighbouring Bracknell in June.
Its new coffeehouse will be in the main entrance to Princess Square.
It will seat 100 customers inside and there will be an additional 40 seats on an outdoor terrace.
Bosses are promising plenty of space to enjoy hot and iced drinks and a range of food.
The company launched in 1971 as a retailer and roaster of whole bean and ground coffee, tea and spices in Seattle’s Pike Place Market. It now has more than 24,000 stores in 70 countries.
Rob Morris, general manager at The Lexicon, said: “We are delighted to welcome Starbucks to Princess Square as we have received many requests for this renowned brand to come to The Lexicon.”