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Your recommendations: The best coffee in Diss

PUBLISHED: 17:03 27 April 2018 | UPDATED: 08:58 30 April 2018

Coffee is big business. Picture: Sabrina Johnson

Coffee is big business. Picture: Sabrina Johnson

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The UK consumes more than 95 million cups of coffee per day, and with 80pc of us visiting a highstreet coffee shop at least once a week, coffee is big business.

Coffee and a croissant in Diss Deli and Espresso Bar Diss. Picture: Mike AdamsCoffee and a croissant in Diss Deli and Espresso Bar Diss. Picture: Mike Adams

But whether it’s a Cappuccino or Latte on your way to work or a mid-morning catch up with friends over a Flat White coffee lovers in Diss are spoilt for choice.

We asked members of the Enjoy Diss More Facebook group for their favourite coffee shops and recommendations for a coffee in Diss and they did not disappoint.

Here are your recommendations for where to find the best coffee in Diss:

Mere Moments in Diss. Picture: Sabrina JohnsonMere Moments in Diss. Picture: Sabrina Johnson

Diss Deli & Espresso Bar

Located in the heart of the Heritage Triangle, in St Nicholas Street, Diss Deli and Espresso bar prides itself on its quality coffee and selection locally sourced produce from Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex.

In the recent warm weather they’ve also been offering home made iced coffee to help tired shoppers cool down.

The glass-covered courtyard is filled with natural light and heated by the sun and a traditional wood burning stove. Photo: Harriet OrrellThe glass-covered courtyard is filled with natural light and heated by the sun and a traditional wood burning stove. Photo: Harriet Orrell

Mere Moments

A popular, Mere Street institution, Mere Moments offers not just a range of coffees which can be enjoyed alongside views of the Mere but also Italian hot chocolate, speciality teas and a range of homemade cakes.

Time Out Coffee

Katie's Kitchen cheeky guide to Coffee. Picture: Katie RichKatie's Kitchen cheeky guide to Coffee. Picture: Katie Rich

Greeting visitors to Diss who come to the town from Victoria Road, Time out Coffee provides a range of choices, take away options and free Wifi.

Katie’s Kitchen

Open Wednesday to Saturday, Katie’s kitchen is regularly receives glowing reviews from customers and in 2017 won the title of Perfect Pit Stop in the South Norfolk Independent Retailer Awards.

Fairchild’s Tea Rooms

Don’t be fooled by the name, Fair Child’s vintage Tea boasts an impressive coffee selection as well as more than 50 types of loose leaf tea.

The Angel Cafe

A short walk from Diss Bus Station, The Angel Cafe in Baldry’s Yard is a popular cafe using beans roasted in Halesworth just 22 miles away in all of its drinks.

Amandines

Described as a hidden gem in Diss, Amandines is a vegetarian restaurant in Norfolk House Courtyard offering a great place to escape the hustle and bustle of Diss and recharge with a coffee and slice of cake.

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