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2200 N 56th St, Seattle, WA 98103
Zoka Mojo 3/ 5
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crazykat
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Wednesday, August 3, 2011
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Best Mocha!
I recently went there with a couple of donuts from another shop, ordered a mocha and OH MY GOD was it great.
Plus it put the "icing on my donuts" so to speak!
Great stuff guys keep it up!
Price Range: $1 - $5
Recommended: Yes
Level 3
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
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I like their coffee, despite the reviews
I like their coffee and their location despite the recent health inspector report.
Price Range: $1 - $5
Recommended: Yes
bbartle

bbartle

Monday, February 2, 2009
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The smallest "large" latte in the history of the world
Friends who live a block from this store told me it was the best coffee in Seattle. Still on East Coast time, I arrived at 6 AM on Saturday and ordered a large latte. I was the only customer at the counter so service was prompt, however I received a cup that was the size of a Starbucks small that felt light. $4.22 for a cup with a small amount of espresso and steamed milk. The taste was good but I felt ripped off. Not a good value.

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Recommended: Yes
gelagela7

gelagela7

Tuesday, December 30, 2008
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Did management change?
The first few times I went to the Zoka Roaster's by UVillage (uw campus), it was lovely, great lattes, best americanos tasted, great for sitting with small study group.... Then, for personal circumstances, I didn't go for a year, and visited again---- twice, perhaps three times. What happened to their coffees? And baristas were pretty rude, different from last time. Did management change? The ice-maker or fridge in the UVillage branch has been broken forever; coffees are dilute, lattes aren't the same; pricey as always... I would recommend going to Bauhaus Books&Cafe or Espresso Vivace instead for better taste, affordable price. I hope the Greenlake branch is better... haven't been there, and sadly unmotivated to.

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Pros: used to be good...
Cons: pricey, limited food selection, mean baristas; seating is horrible!!! there's absolutely nowhere to sit!!
Recommended: Yes
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Saturday, December 6, 2008
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mmmm by Crystal M. at InsiderPages
great coffee and delicious food to choose from. free tall coffee when you purchase beans. can be a little crowded but if you can find a table it's a great place to grab a book and enjoy your coffee.

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