This had great food, great frappacinos, and air conditioning! It was a large Starbucks and good to sit down in.
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The building in which this SB situates, is simply magnificnet and a perfect maintained heritage of the bygone colonial age. It offers the normal SB selection , still the feeling to have a coffee inside (or outside ) this magical place puts it above the...More
Starbucks definitely feel different here as it is more reserved here and has the european feel. However, the drinks are similar as elsewhere.
This is not your typical Starbucks because of the amazing Shamian Island in Guangzhou. Quiet peaceful pedestrian streets with old trees and historical builds. One of these builds house the starbucks, which makes it quite unique. Menu is typical, service is good. Having a seat...More
This is a very busy, loud, crowded Starbucks. All the usual items served amidst a din of talking, background music, coffee machines, and kids. Two toilets for 100 customers. Not pleasant. There are many other cafes nearby offering a better experience.
We stopped by the Starbucks since we had read some excellent reviews on how this is the #1 Starbucks in Gz. To be honest, it was nice but nothing spectacular. Though I must say that we did rest our feet here and used the washroom...More
Seems like this Starbucks branch is the only place worth visiting on the island. But it’s just another Starbucks branch. Visited on a Saturday afternoon and there was a long queue. Waited for 30 mins to place order and another 30 mins to get my...More
While walking around Shamian Island, one can get tired/thirsty... and this coffee shoppe, located in a well restored colonial building has loads of ambience to match their wonderful, refreshing and tasty food and beverage offerings! A stop here will definitely add to your (fond) memories...More
A historic building was converted into Starbucks. The cafe is huge as it occupies the entire building. Just like other Starbucks in the world, you could get some coffees, localized drinks and foods. If you go to Shamian on a weekday, it is easy to...More