Notes Music Coffee (Covent Garden) Review


So round two of notable coffee shops around London, will soon be able to do a Limassol installment. Notes Music Coffee is a charming idea pulled together very well by the ambiance of the cafe. The jazzy music really calms you down from the rush of the street just outside and I can imagine this to be the perfect place to stop over on a rainy day. Yet whatever it is although all the elements of a great place are there and they are executed well something just seems a little off. At the back although almost empty when I first sat down I couldn’t help but feel there was a real lack of space.

I ordered and apple juice which I have to say was probably some of the best apple juice I had ever had and a chicken¬†sandwich which was tasty yet while eating it the bread made it a little difficult to look elegant while eating. They had a Studio Ghibli film on in the background which added some charm to the¬†atmosphere. The store they had chosen had plenty of old fashioned London character. Although if walking by again I would probably stop along I wouldn’t necessarily plan my day around stopping by here.

Pros

  • Great Music, some amazing jazz
  • Good food/drink
  • Nice film posters and soothing to see a film played in the background
  • Beautiful Chalk menus near entrance
  • Great building
  • Rustic and Warm Interior
  • Plenty of Seats available

Cons

  • Staff seemed slightly rushed
  • Seems a little tight near the back
  • A little Dark
  • Something seems to be missing
As you can see I’m only nit picking, I would still advise you dropping down for a visit and form your own opinion, I might just have to find out the playlist they have on during the day for some home listening.
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