A charming branch of Cafe Nero, located on Lordship Lane one of the most up-and-coming lanes in London. Staff at this Cafe Nero is friendly and eager to help and serve with a smile. This particular branch is good for those who like to autograph hunt, as many actors living in the area have been spotted having a quick coffee in this branch.
This branch of Nero is so so, its in an ideal location but the staff seem to serve at the pace of a dying snail. I do like a good cuppa and when I could have bought the beans, roasted them and frothed the milk myself becuase of the slowness, it does bother me. The decor is ancient and traditional, but the seats are comfy, though, they could do with a few more.
There are better branches around to sit down and linger in, but if you want a quick stop off on the way to work, its perfect!
Caffe nero best known for its italian coffee. I love this caffe nero as its child friendly, has a warm and comfortable atmosphere. The coffee and beverages are great, seats are comfy, space is ok, the paintings and mirrors on the wall gives it a chic atmosphere. Plenty of mums go there with kids and it is a safe environement. Best of all no long queues and you always find a seat!!!:)
Crappy coffee badly made, yawn service. Go a bit further to an independent coffee shop.
This particular branch does a great hot chocolate and is generous with cream/sprinkles. I try to go in the morning just when all the fresh warm croissants are being put out-they are truly delicious! The staff seems to genuinely want to please customers and are on the ball. It is well located with good opening hours.
Often pop into here for a coffee and a read of the papers, nice friendly staff, a place to chill and unwind. One of my fav Cafe Nero's, well its on my doorstep!
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