I shop here nearly every day ,I apologise for not writing a review before ,I felt the need to write a review ,to say I really enjoy the shop , I buy groceries here, food is paid on weight, food is near expiry date,what a great way to save on food waste ,save the planet:) ,the staff are always very helpful, some are volunteers. I would like to thank those for volunteering there time . I really enjoy shopping here .
First time in the coffee shop ,very friendly service,helpful and kind ,would recommend to anyone ,coming from Yorkshire,I sometimes have difficulty spending money ,there prices where very reasonable, will visit again .Anna,heloisa where working while there . Brilliant,would like to say these are great ambassadors for your coop . Ps great coffee
Love the atmosphere. Very welcoming and chill. Managed to get a pretty good deal on some second hand clothes. Definitely recommend!
Lovely space filled with extremely friendly people, great coffee and a wide variety of food. Love the swap shop model of giving and getting back!
This is a very good place to go for people who are having financial difficulties and need help with getting food for free. There's no stigma shown, And the staff are helpful and friendly.
I think the sessions that they run are great. The cafe is very nice (good selection of teas) and very reasonably priced.
Unfortunately the food offering in the cafe is suspended at the moment - though their website/Facebook says they hope to get it going again soon.
The Zero-Waste food selection was varied and they had a good selection of baked goods (cookie packs) as well as vegetables and some fridge stuff.
I took some fabric offcuts in to donate to their haberdashery selection (and I will take more when I have more) and was told about the sewing/repair session on Tuesdays and told I should come along - I plan to.
Stopped in here for a coffee. Really friendly people and a good cuppa. Lots of 2nd hand and vintage bits n pieces too.
Went on a day trip to Edinburgh and of course I had to explore all the circular and zero waste places. With the Zero Waste Hub, it was love at first sight. Friendly staff, cozy space to hang out, permanent clothing swap, large selection of various trinkets, and food saving corner. You can get some flawless breads and slightly bruised produce for a couple of pennies. They even have quite a lot of boxes with free stuff, which I loved. If I lived in Edinburgh, I'd be here all the time! Can only recommend the Zero Waste Hub to both locals and visitors like myself!
Inclusive and welcoming space (and staff) with plenty of clothing options and home furnishings. While I didn't have any food, it looked like a cosy and inviting place to have a coffee or a meal 😊 Love the ethos and organisation, and hope that they continue to be supported by locals and tourists alike!
Great place to have coffee, relax and do some second hand shopping.