Cafes in Abbotsford


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  • Tamaringo's
    Tamaringo’s Cafe sates the yelps of abdominal elves with a bevy of toothsome baked goods, lunch fare, and drinks, along with gluten-free eats. Spelunk through the lasagna and garlic bread ($5.99) to unearth rich cheese treasures, or employ a fearless fork to deliver mouthfuls of quiche ($5.75) to expectant mouths. Dessert squares ($2.49) sized perfectly for storage in recently installed cheek-pockets make tongue buds lapse into sugar-laced swoons, and the gelato ($3.50–$4.50) treats teeth to a decadent sweet and creamy taste duet. Meanwhile, the seasonal cakes ($4.95) keep chatty mandibles occupied and unable to gossip about how the uvula does nothing but “hang there like a second-rate stalactite.”
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    34261 Marshall Rd
    Abbotsford, BC CA
  • Intercity Cafe
    Located at the corner of Clearbrook Rd. and South Fraser Way is Intercity Cafe in Clearbrook Plaza is offering Organic Coffee and Tea. Our Chai Lattes are delicious and famous in Abbotsford and we have five different flaours of chai.
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    2655 Clearbrook Rd
    Abbotsford, BC CA
  • The Wired Monk Coffee Bistro
    Catering to thirsty lips and empty stomachs, Wired Monk boasts a menu full of caffeinated beverages and delectable light meal options. Beat morning moodiness back into hibernation with hearty breakfast sandwiches and bagels, such as the bountiful breakfast bagel bedecked with egg, cheddar, ham, and tomato ($5.35), or rise like obedient dough to freshly made scones and muffins baked daily in-store. For lunchtime noshes with brawn, choose the chicken-cheddar-chutney panini ($8.95) or the fully stacked mediterranean-veggie sandwich ($7.95).
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    20202 66th Ave.
    Langley, BC CA
  • Lelem' Arts and Cultural Cafe
    Lelem' Arts and Cultural Cafe was named for the Kwantlen word for house?or a place to gather. Indeed, the cafe exudes a vibe of creativity and collaboration. A large round table sits in one room, smaller round tables in another. There, people chat over craft beer, local wine, or cups of coffee from Vancouver-based JJ Bean. Should they need some inspiration, all visitors need to do is look to the walls. There, they might find paintings or masks, some of which may be for sale and all of which come to life when no one is looking. Beyond artwork and cultural programs, the team at Lelem' showcase local organic foods for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The menu emphasizes homemade breads, soups, and local meats from the Fraser Valley.
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    23285 Billy Brown Road
    Langley, BC CA
  • Aromatica Fine Teas and Soaps
    Already home to more than 150 loose-leaf tea blends, Aromatica Fine Teas and Soaps’ shelves are also stocked with colourful teapots, hand-crafted soaps, and all-natural skincare products. At the blending bar, staffers help craft custom blends from black, green, white, and herbal teas, and also educate sippers about tea folklore, health benefits, and history during Exploring Tea classes. Handcrafted by owners Kim and Karen, biodegradable castile soaps gently scrub skin with natural ingredients, including essential oils of grapefruit, lavender, basil, and lemongrass as well as restorative green-tea extract.
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    10015 Young Road
    Chilliwack, BC CA
  • Decades Coffee Club
    Rooted in the belief that a coffee shop should be for more than just refuelling, Decades Coffee Club beckons their customers to stay awhile, enjoy a cup of joe and a freshly baked muffin, and kick back to enjoy the social experience of a coffeehouse. Slabs of homemade cheesecake slide onto plates and can be enjoyed downstairs in the sunny cafe or in the lofted lounge, where chairs and couches surround a cozy fireplace. Decades also offers grilled sandwiches lined with ingredients such as dates, bacon, and feta, and daily specials of homemade vegetarian chili and towering nachos to share.
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    45846 Wellington Ave
    Chilliwack, BC CA
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