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“Wonderful turkish coffee but sad looking staff”
Review of Kahve Dunyasi

Kahve Dunyasi
Ranked #41 of 400 Dessert in London
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Turkish
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Dining options: Breakfast, Late Night, Reservations, Takeout
Neighborhood: Mayfair
Description: Kahve Dünyası draws its strength from the demand and likes of its customers, and meets the consumers at many different points across Turkey. Kahve Dünyası offers many traditional and modern coffee varieties, especially Turkish coffee, to the enjoyment of its guests.Kahve Dünyası offers more than 50 kinds of coffee from traditional Turkish coffee to espresso-based gourmet coffee varieties, from flavored filter coffee to chilled coffee, and from packaged coffee products to regional coffees.Along with coffee, chocolate production is also another area in which Kahve Dünyası is an expert. Producing all of the chocolate kinds offered for sale in its stores, Kahve Dünyası was the first to serve chocolate alongside coffee.
Reviewed April 20, 2013

This is the second time I've visited this coffee shop because their coffee is wonderful. I had a cappuccino and my partner a Turkish Coffee. It's wonderfully strong and smooth. You get little extras like a chocolate spoon with the cappuccino and little round chocolate covered biscuits in a bowl as you sit down. My only concern is that the staff looked miserable and distracted and were slow but don't let that put you off. The prices are very reasonable for the location too. Around £4.50 for both drinks with tip.

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Reviewed April 8, 2013

Visited the cafe after it being recommended by friends. We're not coffee drinkers but we are cake eaters and the cakes were good. Home made ice cream too, there was so much on offer. We shared a toasty with tuna, cheese and olive tapenade.....delishhh and tried the turkish home made borekitas (*spelling). They were like mini turkish pies with potatoe and aubergine. Followed by a lemon cheesecake. It was all deicious and although tea was limited in choice we had a couple of mugs of black tea, which tasted good. Will definitely visit again when I'm in London with a sweet tooth.

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1  Thank benvalenuk
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Reviewed March 23, 2013

Relatively new and apparently the only other branch is in Istanbul. Lovely surroundings and friendly staff. The drinks selection is very good and the sweet treats are delicious (recommend the homemade chocolate cookie, unlike any other cookie you'll have had, and only £1!) Great alternative to some of the more traditional coffee shops!

1  Thank VeraM54
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Reviewed March 19, 2013

I took my mother for a treat to kahve Dunyasi in Piccadilly, it was a sunday and we got there about 3pm, we also arranged for a couple of relatives to join us. It was busy so we stood around waiting for a suitable table. we were not approached by any staff to assist us, in the end i asked a man who appeared to be the manager he did not seem that interested. But said wait here. By the counter area.

we located people leaving so went over and sat down. We did have a voucher deal, but the contents of the afternoon tea was not explained . The service such as the correct cutlery and other things were missing and we constantly had to ask.

The tables are tiny so by the time the tea trays came there was no room. Coffee was not very good. Tables around seemed messy and not cleared up right a way.

There is only one toilet downstairs, the capacity of how many people this place holds there needs to be more then one. There is an upstairs toilet for disabled customers but, when we asked we were only told there was only one down stairs as if to discourage anyone using the one upstairs. all a bit strange.

There no selection of Turkish desserts, I noticed that the filled up baguettes had been there all day and were looking rather sad.

I dont thing I will go back I found it very disappointing. 6/10

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Thank DuquesaLondon
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Reviewed March 18, 2013

This is a nice place to go for the wide range of coffee, hot chocolate, tea, ice-cream and milkshakes with fresh fruit on the menu. Chocolate fondue and ice-cream served with hot chocolate sauce, hot chocolate drink served with chocolate spoon, a chocolate-lover paradise, at a standard price for the area. The hot chocolate is watery though, not the thick melted-chocolate style.
Spacious seating area.

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Thank 0rangeBlossom
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