If you happen to find yourself in my hometown Nijmegen, and in need of a great tasting cup of coffee, I would definitely suggest grabbing a cuppa at Coffyn. First of all, this is in no way a sponsored post. This is just a place I love going to.
The space is amazing (housed in a former museum, in a quiet area in the middle of the city centre) and the coffee is home roasted, fair trade and you can choose between different sorts of beans. When you order a café latte, you get a glass with hot milk and a small jug with coffee, so you can decide how strong you want your hot beverage (I am hearing this in Sheldon Coopers' voice...) to be. And the little bowl of coffee bean shaped chocolates is a very pleasant bonus.
Try snatching up a table next to the large windows, I love the view on the river Waal! Or near the fireplace. There are lots of magazines to borrow, if you fancy a read.
There is an artsy looking tree-thing, with branches adorned with vintage coffee cups, how cool's that?
With my coffee, I ordered a big piece of super yummy apple pie, and mum got this sandwich with mozzarella, dried tomatoes and pesto.
Also, at Coffyn people with or without a disability work together, which makes it a unique concept. When you finished your coffee, you can pay at the cash register, situated in a small store, where I always snag up some yummy treats to take home.
You can find Coffyn in Nijmegen, at Franseplaats 1. More info on their website over here (only in Dutch).