A coffee shop in Ashford town centre is set to become a Thai takeaway by night when new owners take over this summer.
Darren and Nong Sterling-Weller are preparing to run Stag Coffee in the high street and want to combine the coffee shop with their Sandgate business Tiluck's Thai II.
The husband-and-wife team, who took on the Paper Duck in North Street earlier this year, hope to have the keys for the new business this month and plan to only make minor changes to the coffee shop during the day.
"We are not changing it a lot, we are just changing the coffee we'll use and the name," Mr Sterling-Weller said.
"It will be called Wonder Coffee and Tiluck's.
"Two of my managers have got a coffee factory and a plantation in Bangladesh called Wonder Coffee so we are going to be importing it and selling it in there.
"Then we will turn it into a Thai restaurant and takeaway in the evening and serve Tiluck's food.
"There will be two or three Thai chefs in the evening so it will be traditional just like it is in Sandgate."
Wonder Coffee will be open from 8am until 5pm, then Tiluck's will begin serving from 5pm until 10pm.
There will be room for about 50 covers and it will also be available to order for takeaway on Deliveroo and Just Eat.
Mr and Mrs Sterling-Weller took over Tiluck's in Sandgate high street three years ago.
They then bought the Paper Duck world buffet in February and have changed the menu to include Thai dishes.
Stag Coffee was opened in Ashford in 2016 by founder Freddie Hewett, who added a Tex-Mex takeaway service last year.
He also opened a branch in Canterbury which will remain unchanged under his ownership.
Stag Coffee and the El Ciervo takeaway will remain open as usual until the sale has gone through, although a date for the changes has not yet been confirmed.