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15-17 Gibson St Glasgow, Scotland G12 8NU UK
15-17 Gibson StreetGBScotlandGlasgowG12 8NU
Cafe, Espresso BarToday 8AM–8PM
Tuesday 8AM–8PMWednesday 8AM–8PMThursday 8AM–8PMFriday 9AM–6:30PMSaturday 9AM–6:30PMSunday 9AM–6:30PMMonday 8AM–8PM
Cafe and coffee roastery with passionate and geeky staff and free coffee addiction counselling with every flat white.
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Cool and quirky coffee house/roastery run by aficionados serving organic, locally-sourced food.- Google
"Nice cafe with a relaxing atmosphere, lovely flat white coffee and tasty paninis."
"Good atmosphere, small, independent coffee house and well worth a visit."
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Christopher Enright
3 months ago
Coffee is the best in the local area, staff are helpful but the quirky interior decor feels like it could be a bit cleaner. However if you like V60 or Aeropress then this is the place for you. A fantastic selection of beans and the staff know what they are doing when making a cup.
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Dustin Hosseini
2 weeks ago
This is one of my favorite artisan-style type coffee shops in Glasgow's West End. You get a full range of reasonably priced coffee drinks as well as scones, muffins, sandwiches and other nibbles made on the premises to a high standard that matches the price. Great little place for catch ups!
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David McCourt
11 months ago
Not quite as good as everyone makes out. Good for a Glasgow coffee shop I guess but I've tasted better and gotten better service in the West End. Upon asking one of the baristas what he would recommend for an Aeropress coffee, I was told "look behind you at the blends we do and pick one of them". Great sales pitch mate. I think this is a good first foray into speciality coffee for a new taster, but this left a bitter (and unwelcome) taste on my tongue. I won't be back.
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dale downie
a year ago
just enjoyed a double shot cappachino and rose had a rose petal and black pepper hot chocolate with an amazing chocolate n walnut tart nom nom nom. really quirky inside warm and welcoming service and smells
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Chris Hopkins
a month ago
Nice cafe with a relaxing atmosphere, lovely flat white coffee and tasty paninis
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Geoff Scotland
a month ago
One of the best cups of coffee I've had in a long while. Great atmosphere
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Max West
10 months ago
I ordered a double espresso and was served not even a ristretto but a laughably small volume of coffee in the bottom of an espresso shot glass. What little coffee there was, was so under extracted as to be undrinkable. I was trying all afternoon - with limited success - to get rid of the foul taste left by the first (and only) sip! I know there are many variables involved in the espresso extraction process but this was unreasonable. The cakes looked ok and the milk in my friend's cappuccino looked very well steamed - no large bubbles at all. But cappuccinos are easy - the sugars in the milk mask most of the flavour of the espresso shot. If you know and appreciate what good coffee is, don't come here.
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James McInally
a year ago
What promises to be a great experience is actually all style and very little substance. The coffee - artisan or not - isn't very good. I'm all for a European experience but (and I know it's a different continent) the Americano was far too small a serving and, if artisan means anything, it must means fruit-flavoured. Coffee should taste like coffee not have an indistinguishable fruity tang to it. The carrot cake was highly disappointing, the scones are flavourless, the cafe has no wifi, I couldn't get a mobile signal, and the seats are actually incredibly uncomfortable. And, lastly, but frustratingly, the table was wobbly. These aren't things I would normally moan about but just added to the let down, and everything that's wrong with it became noticeable. As coffee shop experiences go, it looks good and has a very west end crowd, but in reality, it is poor. It promises a lot and with a few adjustments, could be great.
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