Muster Custom Coffee – Good Independent Coffee in Liverpool City Centre Without the Queues
Argyle Street, Liverpool. A former engineering workshop now hosts a little independent coffee shop. Not only is it as close to the city centre as you can be, it also possesses an extremely chilled atmosphere, allowing you to get away from the hustle and bustle for lunch.
A huge old circular saw turned clock sets the scene as a truly individual coffee experience in Liverpool. There are also other engineering trinkets that reflect the buildings past, including a rather lovely looking motorbike.
Food & Drink at Muster Custom Coffee Liverpool
The cafe has served up quality snacks, food and coffee since it was refurbished by the owners, Stephen and Joanne in late 2015.
Home to some quirky bakes like: Jaffa Cake Brownies, Hersey’s Smores and even Oreo Doughnut Waffles you can find uniqueness as well as serenity in this part of town just a stones throw away from Liverpool One.
The coffee is well rated too with a style for everyone’s tastes. Cappucinos and flat whites are where we live here at Lifetime Backpacker and both were up there with the best in Liverpool. But it’s not only coffee that you can order. A variety of smoothies and shakes pop up on the menu to try like Oreo milkshakes with a Kinder Hippo topping! Unhealthy, but absolutely amazing.
It’s not just open for a coffee and snack however, there’s breakfast and lunch menus available with some great eats including a wonderful granola and fluffy, tasty American pancakes.
Popular for hard working students, business lunch outings and coffee weekenders this place has to go high on the list of independent coffee shops in Liverpool to visit.
Bonus tip for any guests of the Nadler Hotel just around the corner on Seel Street! Simply show proof of your stay at the coffee shop and you can enjoy a fantastic 20% off everything. Not bad for a hungover Sunday breakfast after a Liverpool weekend, or a recharge coffee before diving back into the shops.
How to get to Muster Custom Coffee
If you are already in the city centre it’s just a short walk from Liverpool one. If you pass John Lewis and head up the hill of Duke St you can make a right at Campbell St and cut through the back streets to find it on your right hand side just after Furnivals Well cocktail bar.
Alternatively if you are coming from Lime St or central station head all the way to the bottom of Hannover St (the bottom of the hill), where you will find Duke St and follow instructions above.
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