|Tanzania Drip Coffee|
As I sit in the front room now I am the youngest of the 11 customers and by quite some distance. When the silver set are not hogging the tables, there’s a tendency for prams to block the walkways as expat mothers discuss world problems like the lack of beetroot in Marks and Spencer. Then, when the mums shuffle out the place is taken over by English teachers pontificating on the use of the present perfect simple and like most pontificators, getting it wrong. So maybe this is the perfect place to start your hipster coffee journey, the coffee is good, the staff are helpful and if you ignore the reserved signs there will be place for you to while away an hour or two.
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