Bristol-based café business, Boston Tea Party, has seen a 11.5% increase in like-for-like (LFL) sales for the year ending 22 October 2014.
Sales success at the café has continued into the new year, with the two-week Christmas period delivering a 28% LFL sales growth.
The business has opened four new shops recently, taking the total number of sites to 15 across the UK. It also plans to open a further three sites in 2015, in Plymouth, Birmingham and one other location which is yet to be confirmed.
Sam Roberts, managing director of the company, said: “Our customers are treating us more and more as a destination enjoying the ambience created by the unique design and fit-out of each of our cafés as a breath of fresh air compared to the many identical chains to be found on the high street.
“Our high-quality ethical values - such as serving only free range meat and organic milk - are something that customers are caring more and more about and set us apart from others.”
The café offers breakfast, lunches, coffees and baked goods.