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I became a big fan for 200 coffee 2 year ago. recently lots of changed happening and coffee get bad. They need to be carful and professional. I have written this review after many of disappointing visits.
Had an oat milk cappuccino and it was absolutely one of the best ones I've had! I love their coffee (have a bag of it at home) and like to support local and small so was more than happy for spend a few pounds in...here. Great atmosphere and would be a great place to work from.More
I love the 200 Degrees Coffee Shop outlets ,been to quite a few in various city's throughout the United Kingdom, this one along Flying Horse Walk is really good.
Housed in a beautiful 15th century building, the interior is cozy, lovely decor and furnishings and...plenty of seating options spread throughout this cafe both inside and outside looking out onto the busy and bustling Shopping streets just off Old Market Square,this is were we chose to sit on a roasting hot Tuesday afternoon.
A very pleasant member of the team took our order of a cappuccino coffee each, these were served steaming hot, we just kicked back, chilled out and planned out the day ahead while sipping our coffee's.
From the first sip till the last sup you can tell they use quality ingredients in their coffee and take great pride in the coffee they serve, it was just so good being in such a lovely cafe enjoying a quality coffee.
We really enjoyed our coffee's in here before we moved on and although our visit was only fleeting for a first time visit to this particular 200 Degrees we had a great time.
Easy to locate along Flying Horse Walk.
Opening hours are;
Monday to Friday, Open from 7am.
Saturday, Open from 8am.
Sunday, Open from 10am.
Most definitely well worth checking out if you're in the area.More
Great little coffee shop with really helpful friendly staff. I was sat at a table whilst my wife was in the queue, a young less abled girl struck up conversation with her, when it came to paying the girl encountered an issue, cash not accepted...and initially her card wouldn't work, this was no problem to the young lad behind the counter who had great patience and understanding, my wife offered to pay to help the situation, but no need the young lad resolved the situation with great customer service skills. Also great coffee and cake.More
I visit this cafe very often when in Nottingham, or the other 200 Degrees Coffee Shop by the train station. You can sit in, but the building used to be a pub, and is a bit louder than I prefer, so I usually sit in...the square nearby.
The staff used to be kind of scary in this one, but in the last year or two they have changed and now they are actually pleasant.
The Blueberry Spelt Flour Vegan Croissants are the best around - even better than the Raspberry ones that Cafe Nero do. They also do really nice Vegan Brownies and Vegan Flapjacks.
The oat milk Latte and Flat White are my favourites, and I always love getting a bag of BRAZILIAN LOVE AFFAIR coffee beans (the whole beans work great in a coffee machine, unlike some other brands that tend to produce weak or bitter coffee).More
Always go here for my coffee when I am in Nottingham. It is just simply the best, and the espresso chocolate brownies exceptional. Such a nice place as well, the covid measures are/were great, and the staff are always great too.
Popped in here for a birthday brekkie. Barely any food on display on our arrival at 11am, think they were behind on stocking the shelves? No wraps or anything, just one single bacon ciabatta on display and a few dried up sausage rolls.
We had...the one bacon ciabatta that was on display and it barely had any bacon on it, the vegan mozzarella ciabatta was almost half the size of the the bacon one yet more expensive? Work that one out?! The croissants were ok (Tough Mary croissants would have been next level!), the coffees tasted good but were luke warm.
Service ok, nothing to shout about. The lady serving people at the tables had her mask under her nose and not over her nose. No one was checking whether people were “checking in”. No hand gel in the dispenser outside the toilets upstairs. Oh, and the Toilets are shared between male and female so ladies, prepare to have the toilet seat and ring seat left up and sprinkles of wee everywhere!
Plenty of other nice coffee shops to choose from so unlikely to return.More