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Coffee Street

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Xidi Villa, Yundang Road, Siming District Just across from Marco Polo Hotel - 500 Meters of shops and coffee and food, Xiamen China
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Benjamin H wrote a review Nov 2019
Montclair, New Jersey22 contributions2 helpful votes
There are lots of coffee bars in a span of two or three blocks on this street. They tend to attract young customers. Some offer very good quality coffee and other nice accompanying fares.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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terry011168 wrote a review Nov 2019
Brisbane, Australia65 contributions16 helpful votes
Went there with my wife and young son (which wasn't smart). Enjoyed great coffee and atmosphere. Anyone visiting Xiamen should definitely visit.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Patrick S wrote a review May 2019
Caerleon, United Kingdom37 contributions7 helpful votes
This is one of the nicest streets in the city. It faces the lake so it's nice to sit and watch the world go by. All the cafe's, bars and restaurants have a terrace, some street level and some roof top. You can enjoy a coffee, beer, wine or cocktails with or without food.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Chris P wrote a review Apr 2019
Shanghai, China4,701 contributions167 helpful votes
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Had a pleasant visit to Coffee Street and some recognition of Western Food. there are a number of Coffee shops, all next to each other. I was fascinated with the street tiles down the street, that all had a different message on them, mentioning coffee, of course. We eventually had drinks and a meal at House 2. Nice to sit on the balcony and enjoy the open air
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Bayouexec wrote a review Apr 2019
Lafayette, Louisiana148 contributions40 helpful votes
If you visit Xiamen this is a must place to hang and watch the fancy high Lambo's, Ferrari, Jags, Beemers and pretty girls walking by. 500-meters of indoor/outdoor restaurants, dress shops, and coffee houses. Next to lake with panoramic views from 4th floor outdoor balconies. Wow...what a sight a night! Music is found at many places. In the second block down from the Marco Polo Hotel is Marc's Restaurant...with outdoor music and some of the best food in Xiamen. The Chef has created many dishes that are a mix of Asian and other country cuisine. Very relaxing and prices are not budget busters.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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