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The Cream of the Crop Coffee (Kiyosumi Shirakawa Roaster)The Cream of the Crop Coffee(ザ クリーム オブ ザ クロップ コーヒー) 清澄白河ロースター

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The Belgian's gourmet chocolatier Pierre Marcolini runs The Cream of the Crop and Company's the Cream of the Crop Coffee Kiyosumi Shirakawa Roaster where you can buy fresh coffee beans from all over the world. Of course, you can also drink a cup of their freshly ground, carefully brewed coffee.

place

Tokyo Koutou-ku Shirakawa 4-5-4 (Tsukiji / Odaiba / Bay AreaArea)

phone 0358098523
place

10:00-18:00

Review of The Cream of the Crop Coffee

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2017/04/19 Basic
Nice selection of beans prepared with care in a clean Sparked shop - I got a fruit Scone to go with my long black
Reviewed:2017/02/14 Good coffee bean
You can buy coffee bean and freshly dripped coffee. Its character is brown dog which is very pretty. They also have scones!
Reviewed:2016/03/18 Its the Cream of the Crop ... for coffee!
Its not so much a cafe as a place to have good coffee. Its a bit hard to find and its just amongst houses and factories. There are a few places to sit down and the sofa (only one) is soft and...

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Address
Tokyo Koutou-ku Shirakawa 4-5-4 [ map ]
Area
Tsukiji / Odaiba / Bay AreaArea
Phone
0358098523
Hours
10:00-18:00
Closed
Monday
Parking Lot
Available(1spaces)
Credit Card
Not available
Smoking
Not available (Smoking Available on Outside Table)
Wi-Fi
Not available
Vegetarian Menu
Not available
English Menu
Not available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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