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Costa Coffee

4.0 from 1 review
Added by Mike B.
53.3453361394, -6.2649874828

30 East Essex Street,
Temple Bar,
Dublin 2, Ireland

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Bruno & Sergio Costa set up their famous coffee roastery in Lambeth, London in 1971, supplying local caterers and Italian coffee shops with an exciting coffee, slow-roasted the Italian way. People couldn’t get enough of it and by 1978 the first Costa espresso bar opened in London. To this day Costa still use the same method of slow-roasting their coffee beans to serve-up their distinctive blend.

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1 Review

Costa Coffee was first reviewed by Stephen R. on 22 October 2013

Raters say we are...  prices arent great, decent coffee, nice food

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Stephen R. Member since: June 2011 110 Reviews

Lives 2.1 km from Costa Coffee


It's a Costa Coffee. If you've been in one before, then you already know what to expect.

If you haven't been in one before, what you should be expecting is decent coffee, really nice seating, some nice, if a little overpriced sandwiches and snacks, and the odd good-value special offer. the food's pretty nice and the drinks are all quite tasty, although you won't find anything that's going to blow your mind. If you want strange, go down the road to Brick Alley Cafe. If all you want is a coffee and a muffin though, it's definitely a step up from Starbucks.

Reviewed on: 22 Oct 2013


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