CURIO + TĀ TĀ

Datos del lugar de celebración y mapa

CURIO + TĀ TĀ

Dirección:
258 Kingsland Road
London
E8 4DG

Opiniones de Yelp

7.00 de 5
Basado en 9 críticas

Las 9 mejores opiniones de CURIO + TĀ TĀ

4.0 de 5
09 November 2013
por Daniel C.

Cute coffee shop on Kingsland serving Monmouth coffee.

Popped in here for a few coffees this afternoon. The interior is really cool, with lots of small flower arrangements dotted around which look great and can be bought. The flat whites tasted amazing but could have been a touch hotter. Will definitely be back. Más información

4.0 de 5
19 December 2015
por Phoebe L.

Cute little neighbourhood cafe. Unpretentious space run on the side of a freelance creatives' studio.

In the lead up to Christmas they let a wine distributor takeover the shop and run a wine bar (which is say was 5 star) and different chefs play in the kitchen. Ace idea, fun atmosphere and great booze.

When it's just coffee, they make a mean flat white (which is technically not supposed to... Más información

3.0 de 5
05 August 2015
por Andy G.

Been here a few times now and have waited to review just to make a fair assessment.

Not a fan of the coffee, a bit too bitter for my taste, food is OK and prices are OK. None of it is amazing, why do I keep coming back? It's close to home and at least has coffee and nice outdoor seating and as I had eggs and salmon on this visit, have I say it was very tasty.

So, in summary, coffee - not... Más información

4.0 de 5
20 July 2016
por Sapna A.

We went to this newly opened fusion Chinese, Japanese restaurant last month. The chef is known to my friend and his family is from Mainland originally. The restaurant is probably the first to bring a blend of Chinese, European flavours but not in the way the more high-street without a clue types with lemon grass, turmeric etc all just thrown in to justify Asian flavours. The plates are small... Más información

1.0 de 5
23 April 2018
por Maks A.

Most repulsive sandwich I have ever been sold. Their description on Too Good To Go promised "fresh salads, sandwiches, baguettes and paninis made with fillings such as smoked salmon or avocados".

I was served one of the weirdest and most repulsive sandwiches I have ever seen, made of baguette bread that was not fresh and had started to dry (the kind that gets really hard when it dries)... Más información

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