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Q: What is your favorite coffee shop in Beijing?

8 years 6 weeks ago in  Food  - Beijing

 
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Of course there's better smaller coffee shops.  But when going for price and choice of locations, it beats places like starbucks hands down.

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The best coffee shop in Beijing would either have to be Starbucks or Costa Coffee. The only reason why I wouldn't chose one over the other is because in some locations where they have both coffee shops Starbucks is never better in all the locations. Some of the places that I've been to I would say Costa Coffee is better just because the location and atmosphere. 

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CDB area by far Costa as it is not crowded with good service.

Worst I have had so far is UBC coffee.

SPC coffee also has good coffee but more expensive than starbucks.

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