Newest Review: ... days they have a complimentary range of tea and coffee instruments. So far, so usual. However with Aroma the twist is that they are really craft designs in lovely bright colours and inspired dots. These are a cut above the usual Starbucks tat and look brilliant. I've never used one so I'm not sure how practical they are but they keep the bright and fun air of the place going and look ... more
Customer Aroma Reviews (2)
by nedrichards - written on 19/02/01, updated on 21/02/01
This McDonalds owned chain of coffee bars are spreading rapidly across the country. If you like coffee bars (as I do) you might think that's a good thing, but be warned; they are not what they seem! On first impressions an Aroma coffee bar looks very nice, bright blocks of primary colours are cheery and inviting (especially on those wet and gloomy winter evenings). The prices seem reasonable (about £1.50 for a cup), the music isn't too loud and the staff are cheery and eager to help. In short it seems like a perfect shop. They sell all the usual coffee options (espresso, cappuccino etc.) as well as a good range of sandwiches (the Smoked Salmon ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/01/01, updated on 31/01/01 (Useful, 57 readings)
Sometimes i wonder how branches of certain food and drink establishments stay open for so long. Perhaps its because, irrespective of how bad they are they are in the right location enough to attract an unassuming crowd of people. Have have been into Aroma nine times in my life so far, dragged in by other members of my family much against my wishes, but with no better choice for a place to go and drink/eat, forced in kicking and screaming. Aroma is not a place i would overall recommend to people who drink and eat a lot at coffee bars such as Starbucks, Coffee Republic, Caffe Nero, Costa Coffee... etc, the list is endless. I don't want to ... Read the complete review
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