Nothing special but OK to get a corner to sit down and discuss things. Coffee OK as you would expect.
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Haven't been to a Starbucks for some time for a coffee as I can never taste the coffee in a latte. Unfortunately things haven't got any better, more like drinking hot milk. Staff really not interested and coffee takes ages to come. Won't be back.
At over £9 for two coffees and cakes this certainly wasn't cheap. I would have to say it is the worst coffee and muffin I have ever had anywhere. The coffee was so bitter that it was undrinkable and the skinny blueberry muffin had absolutely...More
Asked for a decaf extra hot wet soy cappuccino with no chocolate to go and the barista made me a decaf extra hot DRY soy cappuccino without chocolate. Call yourself a coffee shop!!
If I want to eat I will go to a restaurant, cafe, bakery etc... but never to Starbucks. I go to Starbucks for coffee only and by and large am never surprised as they are all pretty much the same. This store is pretty much...More
Gordon ramsay would be sick if he at the sausage bap i just ate,they should rename it the "chernobyl roll" although the flies buzzing about along with the heavily tattooed and pierced baristas give it a mad max vibe i was going for, my table...More
I always look for a Starbucks when I get homesick I always feel at home because of the familiarity of the drinks, food, and decor. The baristas were very welcoming, charming, and friendly, unlike some of the American workers I've encountered on my travels.
Upstairs is a good place to meet a friend and chat as its a little protected from the front of house frantic activity. Cannot imagine the staff face many friendly faces as everyone is in a rush. However everyone responds to being acknowledged. I would...More