Costa Coffee located at Unit 3, Clarendon Centre, Cornmarket St, Oxford OX1 3JD, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01865 251618

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Lolita James

4 Google Rating

Quick service and handy location. There aren't walls on every side though so it can get a bit noisy

4/ 5

Quick service and handy location. There aren't walls on every side though so it can get a bit noisy if you are trying to talk to someone

Dr No

5 Google Rating

Had a really nice buttie here. No coffee tho.

5/ 5

Had a really nice buttie here. No coffee tho.

ava wright

4 Google Rating

The coffee here is the best roast out of all the main chains - the hazelnut latte is the bees knees.

4/ 5

The coffee here is the best roast out of all the main chains - the hazelnut latte is the bees knees. Only wish there were more lighter food options but the goasts cheese foccacia is delicious.

Sandra Heppenstall

4 Google Rating

Great coffee break after sightseeing in Oxford

4/ 5

Great coffee break after sightseeing in Oxford

Luciano Quintino

3 Google Rating

Ok so I actually went in to use the toilet, my intention was to buy a Mocha afterwards, I was greete

3/ 5

Ok so I actually went in to use the toilet, my intention was to buy a Mocha afterwards, I was greeted with a keypad to which I needed a code for, so I asked the member of staff if I could use the toilet, first thing I was told was that it would say on the receipt, when I explained my situation I was given a for digit number out verbally, but I a not so friendly manner, I must admit this particular member of staff was not friendly at all, but the barrister herself helped me out

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  • Friday07:30 AM - 06:00 PM
  • Saturday07:30 AM - 06:00 PM

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