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3 reviews in English
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Review from Alexa F.
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This branch of Cafe Nero is thankfully a little quieter now a larger one has opened around the corner on Duke Street. The tables outside are lovely to sit in when it's sunny. And if the weather is more inclement then there's plenty of seating inside.
I usually head upstairs so that I'm away from the noise of the machinery, but sadly then I'm further away from the delicious aromas.
There's quite a good selection of paninis and melts in the chiller cabinet, I particularly liked the ham and egg mayonnaise with dijon mustard.
If you've never been to a Cafe Nero then they offer all that you would expect of a coffee house, free wi-fi, ambient music, fairtrade coffee and well trained staff. They also have a reward scheme where you collect stamps for every purchase, once the card is filled you are entitled to a free coffee.
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Tonypandy, Rhondda Cynon Taff
This is a great place to stop for a coffe and watch the world go buy. It does get busy but quite as expensive a starsbucks but equally as good. It has nice comfortable seats and the capaccinos are really good with the choclate on the top. It is a really relaxing break after a mornings shopping.