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Q: "85 coffee" chain suddenly sprouting in Beijing?

Anyone know what this chain is, where it comes from? Months ago it was not here, now they're suddenly everywhere in the city.

 

 

8 years 42 weeks ago in  Food  - Beijing

 
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Im in Hangzhou, and there are a bunch of them around. Ive never gone in, but I ate some bite sized cheesecake things from there  that were pretty damn good

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http://www.85cafe.us/html-us/about.htm

 

Answer to the question : read above link...

 

what i would say is that its the best one i have seen in china.... chinese say their way of making bread.. is same as good 5star hotels

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we've had them in shanghai for ages, they're everywhere.   they're actually ok, I thought Beijing would have them already.  I like their mini chocolate scones that come in a drinks container.   their cakes are not bad too

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and cheaper than others

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