Costa Coffee is located at 39 Coney St, York YO1 9QL, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Costa Coffee and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Caroline Cooper

2 Google Rating

Coffee good. Same old food. Service needs attention.

2/ 5

Coffee good. Same old food. Service needs attention.

Robert Manners

5 Google Rating

Nice fast service for on the move coffee ☕ lovers

5/ 5

Nice fast service for on the move coffee ☕ lovers

Stuart Williams

5 Google Rating

Staff always really friendly, had outside seating which is nice in warmer weather.

5/ 5

Staff always really friendly, had outside seating which is nice in warmer weather.

Jay Mason

5 Google Rating

Out of the handful of Costas in York, this is my favourite, larger room, better seats and nicer view

5/ 5

Out of the handful of Costas in York, this is my favourite, larger room, better seats and nicer views of the streets

Jiahuan Qian

5 Google Rating

Very humorous and friendly staff who will serve you top-class coffee! Just sit outside and enjoy a c

5/ 5

Very humorous and friendly staff who will serve you top-class coffee! Just sit outside and enjoy a cup of latte in a lovely and sunny Sunday afternoon...

Jac

4 Google Rating

Good coffee and a nice place. Staff are helpful and friendly. The only problem with this Costa is th

4/ 5

Good coffee and a nice place. Staff are helpful and friendly. The only problem with this Costa is that people come in off the street just to use the toilet so you can never get in there. Not sure how staff can police this but it is annoying.

David Goldstein

3 Google Rating

Quiet Costa at the back of WH Smith. Coffee is quite good but why is even a small flat white served

3/ 5

Quiet Costa at the back of WH Smith. Coffee is quite good but why is even a small flat white served in a cup like a bucket?

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