Don’t know where your info came from, but The Coffee Stop outside the Brunswick hasn’t belonged to the ‘same guy’ since about 2006.
Seamer Road, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO12 4DT
Garden, plants, ponds, fish, paving, cafe
4 reviews of Roasters in English
Roasters is a warm, cozy coffee shop down one of the side streets from the High Street. They do tasty baked goods, but their coffees are the main attraction. Their peppermint mocha in particular is my favourite, although their regular coffees and mochas are also really delicious. There is parking fairly close by (we tend to usually park in the Brunswick shopping centre but I think there are other, closer options), and if you are popping into the centre of town, it’s a nice place to relax and chill out for a time, especially if the weather has turned. The table in the front window is great for staying warm and dry on a rainy day whilst people-watching!
Award winning coffee!!
All that needs to be said about Roasters.
They have 2 cafes and the Coffee Stop outside the Brunswick is owned by the same guy.
He is spreading amazing coffee around Scarborough.
The food is worth a look too.
A little on the pricey side, but you get what you pay for.
Has beans from all over the world.
The Brazilian bean is my favourite
Comment 1 comment on this review
jonnyboy500, 8 September 2012:
I enjoyed the friendliness of the staff, the owner Barry was suave and sophisticated, so he told me. Brian was cute and funny, the girls were great. The only problem was the chips or rather no chips but french fries can't bear them, I wish I had had the baked spud now.
Loved the smoothie. We will probably go again but I wish they did paninis.
The prices was reasonable but I would have paid more for real chips. It's quite near some car parks but I tend to go on a bus as it's free for me, even tho I am only 49 2/3rds. No one stood on ceremony, so you could wear what you liked as long as you had clothes on.
There was one lady sitting outside with a glass of milk eating a sandwich from Tesco's, I thought that was a bit cheeky, but the staff didn't kick her out. The front door was stiff, no good for weak people.
The barista here is an amiable chap with multiple awards for his knowledge and skill. Unfortunately he now spends most of his time at their sister coffee shop, also Roasters, on Newborough, Scarborough.
The espresso is usually good however sometimes it is a little bitter and is best taken as Machiato.
The soup is good and the sandwiches etc are fine but a little pricey for what they are. In my opinion they have lowered themselves by offering bacon butties to the masses.
The staff are friendly enough and the overall atmosphere is convivial. Can be a bit of a wait when busy and I have walked out a few times
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