This was the first Starbucks to open in Beijing, but since then plenty of others have sprung up around the city. They have ... More
This was the first Starbucks to open in Beijing, but since then plenty of others have sprung up around the city. They have become popular spots providing everything a caffeine addict marooned in China might be pining for. Typical Starbucks decor includes coffee-related hieroglyphics, reddish wood chairs, couches and a newspaper rack. There is of course the basic coffee, and the price goes up from for other various coffees. Muffins, baked goods and sandwiches offer even better company.
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