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Caffè Nero Group Ltd
9-15 Neal Street
London WC2H 9QL
Phone: +44 (0)20 7520 5150
Phone: +44 (0)19 1250 4532
About Caffe Nero
Caffe Nero is a popular European coffee joint that was founded by Gerry Ford in 1997. Headquartered at London, UK, Caffe Nero operates in nine countries that include the UK, Ireland, Poland, Cyprus, Turkey, UAE, and the US. Currently, there exist more than 825 Caffe Nero outlets spread across the country. Harris + Hoole is one of the brand’s subsidiary. Click here to locate a Caffe Nero nearest to your address.
The menu includes latte with skimmed milk, latte with soya milk, americano, latte with coconut milk, latte with oat milk, cappuccino, cortado, mocha, espresso, macchiato, caramelatte, frappe latte, iced latte, mocha frappe latte and cold espresso. The food menu concists of croissants, maple pecan pastry, pain au chocolat, fruit salary, honey yoghurt, porridges, and sandwiches.
Introduce your friends and families to the taste of Caffe Nero by purchasing a gift card on the website. The gift cards can be topped up for any amount, and same can be used for purchase online or at stores. Also, Caffe Nero operates an e-store where you can shop for coffee, cups and t-shirts. Interested in a career with Caffe Nero? Filter jobs on the website by post/zip code or location. For more information or queries on store locations, online shopping, menu, careers, or others, reach the Caffe Nero support.
What’s happening at Cafe Nero Kingston? Arrived at 3pm Wednesday 15th, to find the place a complete mess, dirty uncleared tables, unswept floor, much more so than usual..sadly. 2 staff on duty doing their best, at least one was and he appeared to be the manager. He was obviously working hard and holding the place together! His assistant seemed somewhat overwhelmed by the task at hand.. Enough said. Obviously they are short staffed. Aside from the above this store is looking very tired and just a bit run down which is a shame as its in a great location and for many of us regulars a favourite place for coffee over the last several years.
Come on cafe Nero take stock of things, clean up and refurbish your stores and above all take care of your staff. Decent pay and sensible fair working conditions at the very least. Experienced well trained baristas are not going to put up with a company that neglects the basics.
I was in Cafe Nero in House of Fraser in Belfast today and again the place was filthy. Dirty and uncleared tables while 4 staff members stood and talked. I would look over the state of the place if it was busy but it was 2.15 on a Wed afternoon and pretty quiet.
I was in Caffè Nero in Walton on Thames I could see the girl preparing my coffee Wiping her runny nose with her bare hand I was revolted, did say you wiping your hands on my coffee cup, asked for another cup, another girl served me but the same dirty girl finished it, unbelievable NEVER going back there again!!
I was in the Cafe Nero, Leicester – Gallowtree Gate yesterday around 4:30. The servers mood was appalling, gave me a cold stare when it was my turn to order, rolled his eyes when i ordered something for my wife to eat. He was heavy handed putting the plate on the table and then proceed to kick and shoulder barge the doors of the cafe open when he was taking the rubbish out. Really awkward and uncomfortable. I asked him what time they were closing because I thought perhaps we were ordering late, but he was shutting for another hour. It was uncomfortable enough that I’d avoid that cafe in future.
I have been drinking coffee from cafe Nero since I started working as a bus driver, I am a public service person, i drink coffee tea every single day. It’s not really fair that bus drivers don’t get discount. What I love about Mac Donald is that we get low price breakfast every single day. They have a great customer service eye, and that’s what I call customer service, people who make a difference to everyone’s every day lives. I think cafe Nero should do the same.
Caffe Nero in Tunbridge Wells was a huge disappointment. It was dirty, crumbs and dust all over floor. Tables left dirty and uncleared leaving customers having to clear themselves in order to be able to sit down. A visit to the toilet was shocking. Toilet paper on floor even before entering toilet block. The roll of toilet paper on the floor and not on the dispenser, second toilet with no toilet paper at all. Soiled toilet paper all over floor. Disgusting. I will definitely not return.
The Nero cafe in Darlington is way past a redecoration, the floor is dirty and majority of chairs are broken or damaged in some way with holes in the arms and a general air if decay. Not worth sitting in after paying for a coffee. Come on get it sorted, the staff and location is great.
I have just been into Nero’s Carmarthen, whilst in the queue a staff member was using one of the tills, not to serve a customer in the queue but to serve herself. She put items on the till, took her card out of her phone case and paid for whatever she purchased. I noticed that her bank card was unsigned so mentioned that it would be an idea to sign her card or her bank could refuse to honour payments. Having worked for a bank previously I know that all bank cards should be signed if not the retailers should refuse sale. The girl with brown with blond highlighted hair in a ponytail gave me the filthiest look and said “don’t worry yourself about it”. That’s fine but my questions to you Neros are : are your staff allowed to serve themselves ? (Open to theft) and are they not told to check that if someone is using a payment card too quickly for a signature when using contactless? .
It is very unprofessional for a staff member to serve themselves when there is a queue. They can mention to a colleague that they are in the queue and then pay using that different staff member to process their order and payment.
I was in Carmarthen store at 15.15 on the 27th October 2022
I went to cafe Nero in liverpool city centre and this guy on the till was extremely rude and was not happy to see brown faces with some women wearing hijab entering. We had our coffee and left and our kid forgot a toy somewhere and we went to ask them and this guy went so rude that u can’t look in the cafe and we were like it’s a toy very precious to a child, let us please have a look and he started pushing me. He was actually a racist and I noticed his attitude earlier on as well when we went in but this time it just came out as he couldn’t resist it. I told him while on the door that he can’t push me and he was like no u r in my shop, like seriously, m not entering by force, m just leaving and still u have ur hand on my shoulder. Very rude guy. Clearly racist. Even when we were out of the shop, he was shouting that I have the toy and I am not giving u guys. How can h act so immature. U don’t seem to have the basic manners to be behind a till/counter. Extremely dissatisfied
I went with a gift card I was given . The cafe was in Gatwick. The staff said I was unable to use the gift card. There attitude was nasty and rude was very disappointed. Spent alot of money over the years . To be spoken in such a way is not one .what’s wrong with people .we just walked away.
I am a regular customer to Cafe Nero Dunfermline and I have to agree with other comments posted here regarding the cleanliness of the tables and the premises generally, I had to clear the table myself and then wipe it down with a Napkin, there was a paper lying on the floor next to my chair dated the 19th – today is the 23rd!!! Such a shame that this place appears to be going downhill as they serve the best coffee in Town.
I recently went into cafe Nero in Salisbury as a last resort. Starbucks has closed down, Costa Coffee were having a refurbishment.
On ordering our coffee, a black coffee with hot milk, I was told that ” We don’t serve coffee coffee”. I am still working that out.
The service was awful and the coffee was handed to me with most of it in the saucer.
Needless to say, we shan’t be returning.
Went to the Café Nero in Knightsbridge today. Store should have been opened at 6:30am. Arrived at 6:40am to be told they wouldn’t be open for another 20 minutes. When querying the opening times I was just told “we are running late” no apology offered or anything. To open 5 or 10 minutes late is understandable, but 30 mins late with no apology and multiple customers stood outside waiting…. Really??
I am a regular at Cafe Nero in Gerrards Cross and have to compliment your employee Bethan on her wonderful customer service. She has had a lot of Trainees recently and shows so much patience with them and still manages to give amazing customer service. Thank you Cafe Nero for having the best Coffee and wonderful staff to serve us always with a smile x Well done Bethan x
The branch in Wimbledon has a rude manager that gives you her version of what she thinks you should have!! Instead of asking if you want cake warmed or not which is weird and has the nerve to have a bad attitude. The manager should have another job and definitely not work with human beings since she’s not a people person.
Just returned from holiday in Llandudno to which we visited Cafe Nero on 3 days as my wife likes the vegan cakes which are delicious.
Unfortunately on all visits this particular branch was a mess with uncleared and sticky tables on each visit and staff appeared oblivious to this – customers ended up clearing their own tables.
I’m afraid it’s down to poor branch management and it’s a shame.
Over the years me and my family have spent many hours drinking coffee and chatting in Cafe Nero Walton on Thames.
Over the past few weeks the service has deteriorated dramatically. The staff, previously fine, have been quite rude at times, when approaching closing time (up to an hour before) the door is propped open letting in the cold – if you ask the staff about this you will most likely get an aggressive reply!!! They close promptly and often earlier than advertised- telling customers to leave, not asking!
I can put up with the dirty toilets and sometimes stale cakes but when staff are rude it is upsetting and embarrassing.
Never been so insulted by a member of the serving staff as I was yesterday in nero torquay. I was handing an empty cup to a young female only to be shouted at and sworn at. She may not be of British decent but that is no excuse to use insulting language. Never setting foot in that branch again.
Cafe Nero in Hollywood is a disgrace can’t even sit outside now as they take tables chairs in early and tables are stinking. Member of staff today was wearing filthy mask hanging off his face. Sanitation non existent.
Having enjoyed many a coffee at neros king street Huddersfield over the years I am dismayed at the standard of drinks on my last two visits I have left the coffees and walked out very lethargic staff
Unbelievably poor service I’m afraid. All hot drinks served in takeaway cups. (Short staffed)
So I thought ok it happens. The tiramisu brownie I was served was stale I could say cream was off. The chicken lattice pastry we had was served cold after being heated. This bill with all the rest of the food and drinks was around £29 when I asked for a refund for the cake the staff didn’t know how and couldn’t reach a manager. The toilets tap wasn’t working. Thank god the other toilets tap was. The staff needed a manager for this much money for coffee and cakes you have to do better
Another high volume coffee shop that contributes to our growing problem of obesity. Pair this with poor customer service. No fruit salad no small (overpriced ) breakfasts in Darlington just a growing mass array of high calorie beige food.
Ive tried to get in touch but to no avail!!!!!
After been a very regular customer of Nero’s in Melton mowbray for over 10 years I was very upset by the customer service today, my wife and I entered around 4pm it was busy with most of the table’s in use however most of the tabled in the middle of the shop had their chairs on top of the table I walked down towards the back of the shop only to be shouted at “you can’t go down there” no sorry or explanation I enquired where can we could sit the brusque replay “sit out side”. I was left upset and disappointed we go into the cafe 2 to 3 times a week and to be treated so badly was so different from the usual service.
As a regular customer, I went to Nero Birmingham to have coffee with 3 of my friends. After coffee, i ordered 3 cups of hot water. I was told by staff that there was no charge for one cup of hot water but was charged £2.85 for 3 cups of hot water. I paid but felt its was unfair. Is this the company’s policy to charge water.
I love Cafe Nero, so much so that I ensure I know where one is in every place I go.
I often visit the Cheltenham branches and today I visited the small branch on the lower high st in Cheltenham for a quick cold drink and sit down.
No sanitizer as you entered- it was empty. Glass for my Diet Coke was dirty and had finger marks then to top this off my table had not only been cleaned but when I cleaned it myself the tissue was black with dirt. BLACK!!!
We are still in a pandemic but the cleanliness of this branch is an utter disgrace. I.drank my Diet Coke from the bottle as I didn’t want to risk drinking from a dirty glass.
What’s gone wrong? I’ve never known this branch to be so dirty.
I have used cafe Nero Eldon Square Newcastle for several years with my 88 year old mum and sister. The staff are lovely. We were looking forward to being able to go again after lockdown had ended my mum especially as she has really missed it. She wanted to buy the coffees as a treat to us. However was unable to pay for it as Nero is now cashless! Why? This is discriminatory against people who don’t use card payment especially the elderly and homeless and those with other issues. I think this is disgusting. We have decided to go elsewhere for our coffee to a place which accepts cash as payment.
Wont be back after extremely rude staff refused cash stating “Nero policy”. I was buying coffee and sandwiches for myself and my wife on a busy shopping trip into Glasgow. I understood during the nationwide lockdowns for the need for caution but we are back to normal and I dont expect some child looking down their nose at me simply because I wanted to pay cash !! Was extremely embarrassing and the people in the que behind me started huffing and puffing adding to my experience. Just for the record my wife had my bank card..
I visited cafe Nero in Nuneaton town centre at 3:30pm on Saturday the 28th of December with my mum and I’d just like to say that the two ladies that served me were very pleasant and helpful, I’m very grateful for the good service and would definitely call again.
Cafe Nero is our favourite coffee shop. We always look for Cafe Nero what ever city we visit. Today we are in Edinburgh and visited the Cafe Nero in The Royal Mile, a very busy place, as usual the coffee was excellent but sadly my experience was ruined by the totally disgusting toilets, I had to clean the toilet seat with my own wipes, the floor was filthy, hand rails, wood work, sink and even the hand dryer was filthy, this was long standing dirt, obviously it hasn’t been clean properly for some time. I was so glad that I carry antibacterial wipes with me as I had to use on leaving the toilet. I complained to the staff but it seem to fall on deaf ears. I think that given this was in the capital city of Scotland , a major tourist attraction and The Royal Mile, we expected so much better. We may now have to rethink where we drink coffee from now on.
I and two members of my family had coffee in Cafe Nero in Brighton 02/09/2019 about 11.30 am.
Coffee was like dishwater and the young girl serving had no idea. We tried to complain but soon realised we might as well speak to a wall so we just walked out. I do understand the girl was a new member of staff and not had any training. Not fair to paying customers or the girl.
Hardly any customers, what used to be very busy cafe. Not surprised.
Went into your Stourbridge branch today as a first time customer. It seemed a pleasant atmosphere inside. The staff though do not seem to be bothered about there working environment. One served me while the other was standing at the end of the counter knee deep in his mobile phone. The tables were dirty and the floor unclean. I wish people realised how lucky they are to have a job and to appreciate there were place. I myself have my own business and thought you would appreciate the input
On 14th January I visited your Caffe Nero Wigan. I sat on a chair but when I tried to move it close to the table one leg fell off and I ended up falling to the floor damaging my knee. I told Kat Price, manager, who commented that they had known the chair was faulty but were hoping it would last another week. She filled in an accident report form which I signed. I visited my GP later that day and have forwarded his report to Kat Price on 21st January. to be put together with the accident form and forwarded to your head quarters. I am currently receiving physiotherapy for the injury. I have not even had an acknowledement of this incident and I am very concerned that the staff were aware that the chair was faulty yet still left it out to be used. The thought of a elderly or frail person having done what I did does not bear thinking about. I would appreciate you looking into this matter and following it up. Thank you.
Dear customer service,
I often use the Southport store when I go into town.
I was mid way through a shopping trip when my 5 year old daughter who has an overactive bladder got caught short. I came into the shop and asked very politely if they would mind if my daughter used the toilet. I was told this was against company policy and I’d have to speak to a manager, which I did only for her to reiterate that it was not company policy to let non customers use the toilet. My daughter was nearly crying and about to leave a puddle on the floor.
When I informed her that I found it unbelievable that she would not allow a 5 year old child who was clearly visibly upset to use their facilities, she asked would I like to buy a cake!
I have been a regular customer of cafe nerro but I will no longer be using this chain if that is the attitude I am faced with.
Dear customer service
I ordered some drinks today and was attempting to pay using my nectar vouchers which were used successfully in the past. Unfortunately each time we pressed on a voucher it said used today without being scanned by the machine. We tried to do this 7 times and all my vouchers statevused today but no drink!
We had to pay by other means and wondered if you could help. I am not sure why it happened.
It was an extremely embrassing situation with the queue slowly building.