Costa Coffee located at 137 Sefton St, Liverpool L8 5SN, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0151 708 8658

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D L

5 Google Rating

Good off the road place to chill after sessions at nearby City Rehab physiotherapists. Very efficie

5/ 5

Good off the road place to chill after sessions at nearby City Rehab physiotherapists. Very efficient friendly staff. Good selection of drinks hot and cold. All well presented. A cosy port in a storm

Steve Clarke

5 Google Rating

Nice environment and clean toilets which are available by a code on your receipt. Quick and polite s

5/ 5

Nice environment and clean toilets which are available by a code on your receipt. Quick and polite service and good air con.

Fred Holtham

4 Google Rating

No problems. Glad I went in when I did as the que behind me grew up to the door.

4/ 5

No problems. Glad I went in when I did as the que behind me grew up to the door.

David Woollard

5 Google Rating

Welcoming and lovely take out coffee

5/ 5

Welcoming and lovely take out coffee

Terry Stone

5 Google Rating

The staff are so polite and helpful nothing is to much trouble for them.

5/ 5

The staff are so polite and helpful nothing is to much trouble for them.

Kieran Crockett

1 Google Rating

It’s insane trying to order online from this place, it’s really ridiculous that they list a numb

1/ 5

It’s insane trying to order online from this place, it’s really ridiculous that they list a number you simply cannot call after you’ve spent cash and waited far too long, it’s going to be lunch time fairly soon and I’m missing my breakfast. It’s really so unprofessional.

Steve Woodward

1 Google Rating

The Costa is fantastic in person, despite a brief conversation where there were no muffins, despite

1/ 5

The Costa is fantastic in person, despite a brief conversation where there were no muffins, despite them being visible through the glass counter? Strange. But we sorted that. It's a Costa, deliciously caffienated, over priced, nice smelling brown and water. Better than the other big chains. However, when you send an order through online, 3 out of 3 times they have been completely incorrect. Missing items, wrong milks (allergens), or chucking coffee in drinks for the kids we asked for no coffee in. It always seem to be the items the kids order. Its as if they have a vendetta. We've had a 4 year old in agony and vomitting over dairy, an 8 and 11 year old in tears as their food was missing or just plain wrong. We're sorry fof whatever the kids have done. We're not sure how the orders come through - but please, mercy! Read the orders? We know youre busy and underpaid. But we're £150 down and you don't have to deal with the kids. I'm sure its more difficult than we expect to read Soy Milk, Check the number of items or tell the difference between sausages, bacon and the colour of sauce if its coming up on some small delivery receipt. But if anything can be done? Please do it

AllyLibby Moore

5 Google Rating

Always a friendly welcome by the staff in this Costa...nice to come here for a coffee after a walk a

5/ 5

Always a friendly welcome by the staff in this Costa...nice to come here for a coffee after a walk along the waterfront.

dafydd richards

5 Google Rating

Great coffee here and really friendly staff

5/ 5

Great coffee here and really friendly staff

Angela Roddan

5 Google Rating

Excellent hard working friendly staff, safe secure surroundings

5/ 5

Excellent hard working friendly staff, safe secure surroundings

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  • Monday07:00 - 18:00
  • Tuesday07:00 - 18:00
  • Wednesday07:00 - 18:00
  • Thursday07:00 - 18:00
  • Friday07:00 - 18:00
  • Saturday08:30 - 18:00

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