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Posted by New to the Neighborhood on 11/05/2007
It's enjoyable to see teenagers learn how to work, operate a business and grow in their deveolpment. Unfortunately, the teenagers at the Langhorne Coffee House learn at the customer's expense. No one is there to guide the 5 or 6 teenagers who were running the business this past Sunday. It was impossible to get a cup of coffee because no one filled the self-serve coffee dispensers. Cooked food sat on the ledge at the kitchen until customers asked whether the food was their's and, in most cases, that was 5-10 minutes after it was cooked. I waited over 45 minutes for an omlette and bowl of oatmeal that, by the way, never arrived, or was even cooked when I left. Several customers said to me as they left that they only stopped there because everywhere else they went was filled and then acknowledged that it was a mistake and they would never return. Each also acknowledged that it took more than 45 minutes to get a plate of eggs. When I asked why there was such an extreme delay, one teenager told me that the delay wasn't her fault but she couldn't explain whose fault it was. I don't blame the teenagers who were left alone to deal with a full Sunday seating. Management should be conscious of what training is needed for the eager teenagers and guide them accordinlgy. I recently moved to the neighborhood and I very much enjoy supporting local business but I can't deal wlth the mass confusion at the Langhorne Coffee House.
Posted by New to PA on 06/07/2007
Nice atmosphere, cute place, looks great and inviting. The menu is very misleading and so is the name of the place. You would think you were going to get a cup of coffee at a place that makes coffee. When you go in, no smell of coffee no whirring machines making coffee. Service is fair at best. Not smiling, not friendly. Also was probably the owners daughter who was made to work there or something. We stayed anyway and ordered breakfast and a specialty coffee. The person told us she thought she could make that. (a vanilla latte' double expresso) The breakfast was cold, unflavorful, greasy and very unappetizing. Not at all served or made like the menu said. (we ordered monkey bread and a reuben sandwich and an omelette) The coffee was room temperature and served in a sytrofoam cup. We paid a lot of money and the value was just not there. I will not return. I only visited the place because of an article in the newspaper highlighting the shop and it looked very nice. So, all in all, it looked like it would be good but it really wasn't.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/17/2007
The langhorne coffee house has a great atmosphere and friendly service but they are constantly running out of something. On any given weekend they run out of bagels, english muffins, bread, fruit or potatoes. They often run out of coffee and you have to wait for a pot to be brewed. This is a cute little place but the service needs improvement.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/26/2006
Recently discovered this best kept secret of Langhorne. Fast and friendly service, inviting atmosphere with great food. Will definately be back and recommend to friends.