I ordered one croissant but was charged for two. When I pointed out the mistake they tried to force me to take another croissant rather than give me my money back. I am glad I persisted as the croissant was dry and tasteless. Coffee was...More
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A bit expensive (but not surprising given that it's the airport after all) but the Starbucks is the best place to grab a latte or a cappuccino before that long flight. The cakes are great too!
I love Starbucks in the US and so I was happy to find one just before my trip back. But this one neither meets Starbucks US standards nor German general standards: The tables were nasty with dirty cups and trash piling up. The floor was...More
Coffee is great as usual, but that should (and is) a given for any Starbucks. Unfortunately, service in Germany's Starbucks is not comparable to the friendly staff in other countries. Last, despite Starbucks' reward card payment method accepted in any other Starbucks, this one for...More
it was good place to check in asaiana airlines. but one guy clerk was very unkind to all people. I just want to take a coffee, he said to me take out my luggage. and he just did talk to another clerk together while he...More
Friendly and English speaking staff. Ordered Cappuccino and Espresso along with my friend, it was hot and got relieved after my long flight travel. It was bit expensive and I add to add extra amount of mild for Espresso as it was bit strong.
After a red-eye flight from the USA, finding a Starbucks to provide a caffeine jolt was like heaven. Staff was friendly and certainly had no problem speaking English. Luckily this location is with several other places to grab some local cuisine if you want as...More
Espresso at Starbucks is a hit and miss exercise. Frankfurt Airport is a miss. Espresso is acidic and not well balanced.