Doughnut Time is continuing its expansion across the capital with two new stores.

A branch on Upper Street in Islington is set to open on Saturday 4 May, while a site in Finsbury Avenue Square opened on Friday (26 April). The latter takes the form of a 1950s airstream trailer, named Beverly, which was brought over from the US and restored.

Originating in Australia, Doughnut Time first hit the UK in September 2017 and, since then, has gone on to open several stores across the capital, as well as a Doughnut Academy.

“Our London-wide store roll-out continues at pace. We’re delighted to bring our food truck Beverly to city workers in Finsbury Avenue Square and can’t wait to bring all the hype and hysteria around Doughnut Time to the people of Islington too,” said Doughnut time owner Tom Anderson.

“We now have a dozen stores, and agreements in place to open many more in the coming months. We’re continually looking for additional permanent sites, as well as pop-up locations across the capital.”

The doughnut specialist recently teamed up with Cadbury to create a Creme Egg Café pop-up for Easter and also worked with Blondies Kitchen to celebrate International Women’s Day.