AMT Coffee is located at Park End St, Oxford OX1 1HS, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with AMT Coffee and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Nairn McCrudden

1 Google Rating

Very poor coffee which is simultaneously watery, acidic and under roasted. I wasn't expecting much b

1/ 5

Very poor coffee which is simultaneously watery, acidic and under roasted. I wasn't expecting much based on previous experiences and yet somehow I'm disappointed. Avoid if you actually like coffee.

Stephen Harness

5 Google Rating

Always pleasant staff. Happy for you to use your own travel cup. But if you haven’t got one they

5/ 5

Always pleasant staff. Happy for you to use your own travel cup. But if you haven’t got one they’ve moved to compostable cups and covers to add to their Fairtrade products. Better quality than the other stores in the Station.

Drew Mikey

1 Google Rating

Good luck trying to get a coffee and your train. It seems that coffee will still take 10 minutes no

1/ 5

Good luck trying to get a coffee and your train. It seems that coffee will still take 10 minutes no matter how few people are queueing.

Eva Greenford

5 Google Rating

I love AMT! Great coffee, great choice of milk (I like coconut), friendly staff but best of all, bio

5/ 5

I love AMT! Great coffee, great choice of milk (I like coconut), friendly staff but best of all, biodegradable cups and lids!! Well done AMT. I wish more coffee chain would follow suit.

Ray Stimpson

2 Google Rating

Don't trust it's hygiene score!

2/ 5

Don't trust it's hygiene score!

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