My Experience To Costa Coffee

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Costa Coffee is a British multinational coffeehouse company and is the second largest coffeehouse chain in the world behind Starbucks and is the biggest in United Kingdom. Being a big fan of coffee has prompted me to select Costa Coffee as an interesting place to observe. I visited one of their branches in Oxford Road, Manchester twice, once on Thursday morning around ten to eleven o’clock, and once on Saturday afternoon around three to four o’clock. I picked these time to visit the shop as it is when most people are most likely to be having their breakfast and tea, so that I can observe the different types of customers and able to get a more representative analysis. As I stepped into the shop, the aroma of roasted coffee wafted heavily through the shop. I walked to the till and get myself a cup of hot cappuccino. At the counter, I was attended by a polite young lady with a sweet smile plastered on her face. There were three other ladies and two men working at the shop. All of them were dressed up neatly in brown uniforms, with their hair neatly pulled back into a bun or ponytail for hygienic purposes. They had their job distributed equally. Three of them were in charge of making the drinks, while one was in charge of the cashier and the other lady cleaned the tables after customers left. They…show more content…
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