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I have been to these guys Marylebone cafe before but didn't realize they had a branch in Bayswater. I had a Cortado that was three quarters of a cup and my wife had an iced cappuccino. Both coffees were very good. I am not aware...More
This coffee shop has the best panettone in London! It is not cheap in price but it is worth every single penny... The espresso is perfect and the latte is unique. Last, the pistachio croissant is perfect in taste.
Maybe its because I am not a Londoner and I'm a cambridge girl and maybe, its because I've recently given up coffee but this coffee shop was honestly nothing to shout about. Two croissants and two drinks. £11 mark! Extremely expensive but again I guess...More
As an Italian I tend to be particularly meticulous on choosing places wheee to go eating and as soon as I found Arro Coffe I’ve became a loyal costumer. The croissant are delicious and the cappuccino is on another level (even better than some cappuccino...More
I've been remiss in not writing a review of this place given I've probably had over 100 coffees here since moving to the area. What an adorable little gem. Consistently delicious coffee and fresh baked pastries, great breakfasts, smoothies and savory treats as well. The...More
Passing by, this looked like it would be a nice place to stop for a great coffee.
The French Press was weak, the batista didn't let it sit for long enough.
The latte also lacked sufficient coffee taste, it was lukewarm and generally disappointing.
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it's not a big place. I wld recommend you ask the question to the coffee shop by sending an email. I see some people using laptops, but when I go, I sit and drink coffee and out in 15 -20min max, so I am not able to observe... More
it's not a big place. I wld recommend you ask the question to the coffee shop by sending an email. I see some people using laptops, but when I go, I sit and drink coffee and out in 15 -20min max, so I am not able to observe if anybody stays for a couple of hours.