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Not the greatest of branches. Queues are long and it seems to be because staff can't prioritise orders and have a poor system. Very slow and I appreciate there was a trainee member of this is why they need to try extra hard. Staff are...More
We decided we need a drink after we had just seen "Strictly Ballroom" before heading home by train.
Its a small place with table & bar stools upstairs & table & chairs downstairs with a toilet, but sadly dirty, but I cleaned it up before...More
We walked into the Caffe Nero after Dinner and wanted to drink a coffee before heading back into the Hotel.
As we wanted to order 2 coffees, the "Barista" behind the Counter answered that he will only be open for another 30minutes.
So if you...More
A small Nero, pleasant staff. Downstairs there are a few tables and soft chairs. It can get quite packed and when busy not always able to be cleaned so well. There is one toilet which is small but when kept tidy useful. It's nice having...More
Arrived to dirty tables, full of dirty cups, saucers, used napkins, when asked a member of staff for a cloth, to clean the table , i was told we are shutting soon , this was 6.20pm. To sum my experience up, poor service, unclean,unfriendly staff...More
Popped in for a break on a busy Saturday. The place was obviously quite crowded given its location and the weekday, but even with that taken into account we were disappointed with the cleanliness. The staff's attitude wasn't as nice as you'd expect either.
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