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Welcome to CafeLibro

Café Libro on the ground floor of the Library offers a range of light snacks and drinks
Café Libro on the ground floor of the Library offers a range of light snacks and drinks
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CaféLibro is open from 8.30am to 8pm, Monday to Friday.

Welcome to CaféLibro on the ground floor of Aston University Library. Following the expansion and refurbishment of the library, CaféLibro has been completely transformed to offer a larger coffee shop serving Costa coffee.

As a central hub when you're researching, revising or catching up on courswork, we know how important it is to have great food on hand and drinks to keep you hydrated and energised.

Here you'll find:

  • A selection of sandwiches available at six different prices to suit your budget

  • Delicious hot paninis - The cheese, beans and sausage is a firm favourite!

  • A great choice of crisps, delicious cakes, flapjacks, caramel shortbread, yoghurts and fresh fruit

  • Your favourite COSTA coffees are also available saving up to 14% off high street prices with lattes to americanos and everything in between

  • Wafers and biscotti biscuits, perfect with a latte!

  • A selection of Twinings teas are available

  • The famous "Eco Mug" is available in CafeLibro, saving you 15p off a coffee when you use it on campus

  • You can also grab chilled soft drinks including Coca Cola, smoothies and Drench waters.

News and upcoming offers

Great Meal Deals at a Great Price!
Choose an A, B or C sandwich, packet of Walkers crisps and a bottled soft drink, for just £2.99 - That's cheaper than our nearest high street retailer! - Even better value when you pay with Touch Pay. There's a range of sandwich fillings on offer including meat, fish and vegetarian.

Breakfast on the go!
Have you tried one of the new porridge pots available from CafeLibro? They're a great way to start the day, enjoy the healthy pots on their own or the golden syrup version is also available.

CafeLibro meal deal
CafeLibro meal deal

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