A Reuters report last month showed that Starbucks had paid no corporation, or income, tax in the UK in the past three years.
The world's biggest coffee chain paid only 8.6 million pounds ($13.74 million) in total UK tax over 13 years during which it recorded sales of 3.1 billion pounds.
Starbucks said it followed the tax rules in every country where it operates and sought to pay its fair share of taxes.
"We are committed to being transparent on this issue and look forward to appearing before this committee," a spokeswoman said
Big brands Amazon, Starbucks and Google were questioned by MPs today on their entirely legal tax avoidance methods.
MPs will today pour scorn at the UK tax affairs of the likes of Amazon and Starbucks, despite setting the rules within which they operate.