WEST Fife coffee lovers can now drive away with their favourite brew as Starbucks has reopened its Fife Leisure Park branch.

They are serving customers once again and are operating with a "to-go only" model.

Only drive-thru, takeaways or deliveries are available.

The coffee shop is open from 7.30am to 7.30pm between Monday and Wednesday, and from 7.30am to 8pm from Thursday to Sunday.

All branches are following social distancing requirements, have been fitted out with glass screens, and will only accept contactless payments by card, phone or the Starbucks Rewards app.

Customer can use drive-thru lanes to order drinks and food, or through the Starbucks app.

Those who are waiting to order or collect their drink will be asked to wait in a designated area where a two-metre distance from other people can be maintained.

The coffee chain giant says that all drinks will be served in a to-go paper cup, although they will continue to honour their "personal cup" discount.

Social distancing will be in place inside its Dunfermline branch with extra cleaning protocols and precautions, including more frequent cleaning and sanitizing of high-contact surface areas and increased handwashing by partners.

NHS workers will be offered a free Tall beverage of their choice in store.

The Dunfermline branch will be serving a "near-complete beverage menu" and food will also be on offer but with a "slightly more restricted menu", focused on their more popular items.