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Recommended Reviews for Cafe Moka
6 reviews in English
Review from Yee Gan O.
Although the spelling does grate on my sensibilities, I have to say that Moka (arrghh - hurts more typing it!) is a nice cafe on the ground floor of Centre Court Shopping Centre
It's an excellent spot for a restorative sit down and refreshments during a shopping trip. They offer a wide selection of drinks and cakes and pastries.
If you were after something more substantial, they also offer light meals which would do for lunch
Review from Mark S.
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Review from Qype User (haggis…)
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Went there for some lunch after getting caught in the snow/sleet and doing some shopping. Its very clean and setup nicely in the middle of the shopping centre. Its Italian and has some great light eats. The breakfasts looked very good and they do brunch. The sandwiched come in all forms, baguettes, wraps, panini's, toasties. We had a seat in front of the counter where they were making the sandwiches and the portions looked very generous and the ingredients very fresh. My wife had a wrap which was excellent and came with some crisps and salad. I went for pasta and had pollo picante which had a great spice to it, very tasty. Drinks were a glass of white wine and a coffee, both were good.
Would definitely recommend this place to anyone.
Review from Qype User (Reya…)
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I went there on last Saturday morning with a friend. Coffee was
pretty bad, I ordered an omelette, this was really bad I don't think it was
cooked properly. Hot chocolate my friend ordered was ok and the pastry stuff
was ok. The salad given looked like it was leftover as in it was not fresh. I
complained about the salad I did not even a bit of apology! Oh I end up having
tummy pain which I strongly suspect it was because of the omelette. would not
go back there!
Review from Qype User (anna24…)
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Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
Conveniently situated on the ground floor of the Centre Court shopping centre, this swish, contemporary cafe serves up creamy cappucinos and gorgeous slabs of crumbly, cake as well as hearty continental-style sandwiches, salads and a wide selection of menu choices. Grab a snack at the bar or eat at the table. This child-friendly environment has quickly become a popular fuel pit-stop for hungry shoppers, so expect to wait a while for a free table.
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