Starbucks located at Monks Cross Shopping Centre, Unit A, York, Huntington, York YO32 9GX, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01904 628265

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Jake Wilson

5 Google Rating

If you buy a reusable cup you get 25p off every drink after that. Plus you're also saving the world

5/ 5

If you buy a reusable cup you get 25p off every drink after that. Plus you're also saving the world whilst saving pennies. Win win.... Think of the trees, and the money. But yeah tasted great with a fast and easy service. Surrounded by alot of retail stores. Convenient

Debbie Keane

2 Google Rating

Unfortunately not very clean, crumbs on table pots and dirty plates when walked in. 3 at Coffee mach

2/ 5

Unfortunately not very clean, crumbs on table pots and dirty plates when walked in. 3 at Coffee machine but still a queue. On a positive note served quick and lemon cake was nice

Nick Johnson

5 Google Rating

Friendly staff, nice and spacious cafeteria area with plenty of outdoor seating. Way better than Co

5/ 5

Friendly staff, nice and spacious cafeteria area with plenty of outdoor seating. Way better than Costa next door! 5*

Stephen Perry

1 Google Rating

Coffee was good.... the wait was not!! Shop was busy and had waited for 20 minutes then noticed peop

1/ 5

Coffee was good.... the wait was not!! Shop was busy and had waited for 20 minutes then noticed people served after me were getting their drinks! Went to enquire and my name ticket was on the floor!!! So well done Karl and Brad, won't be coming here again soon!!

Joy Senior

5 Google Rating

We went in on that particular day needed assistance from the manager Karl... he was amazing , the se

5/ 5

We went in on that particular day needed assistance from the manager Karl... he was amazing , the service was second to none dealing with our issues . ( not relating to the store) . The staff were courteous & helpful , good environment. Thank you for your support Karl. ( Kathy & joy . October 18)

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