Cafes in Richmond


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  • TRUE'STEA Restaurant
    True'stea Restaurant's chefs craft Taiwanese dishes by combining local food with ingredients imported directly from Taiwan. Diners can order house specials such as Taiwan sweet chicken, smoked duck, and spicy hot pots, before finishing meals with caramel pudding dessert. Free Wi-Fi and table games keep patrons entertained, and musicians play live music on the weekends.
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    180- 8400 Alexandra Rd.
    Richmond, BC CA
  • Estea Express
    Though it's small, Estea Express prepares a mighty list of authentic bubble teas and smoothies. Behind the colorful counter, blenders whir combinations of red bean or even oreo ice cream into milky teas and frothy slush-smoothies before stirring in chewy gelatin pearls. Other flavors include taro root and matcha green tea for a caffeinated kick.
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    3130-4151 Hazelbridge Way
    Richmond, BC CA
  • Momento Coffee House
    Momento Coffee House focuses on the subtleties of coffeemaking to offer quality brews to customers. The shop eschews boring coffee-pot technology to use equipment such as a French press and a La Marzocco FB/70 espresso machine, resulting in the sort of freshly brewed precision usually reserved for cyborgian baristas. Sample the grounded goods with a two-ounce cup of espresso ($2.75) or a 12-ounce cup of coffee ($2.50). Other drinkable delights include the Americano ($3), latte ($3.75), hot chocolate ($3), and loose-leaf tea ($3). Momento Coffee House also partners up with JagaSilk to serve maccha green tea ($4.50), available in latte ($6), iced-tea ($5.50), and mocha ($6.25) variations. Gluten-free and French-inspired goodies are available for snacking betwixt sips.
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    2766 West 4th Avenue
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Indigo Food Cafe
    At Indigo Food Cafe, vegan chef, caf? owner, and Ukrainian polyglot Lovena Galyide orients taste buds toward uncooked fruit, nut, and veggie dishes in an effort to jump-start the body's natural healing process. Desserts range from healthy indulgences such as coconut cream pie or lemon goji bars that are also served at breakfast. Lovena also leads classes to help raw foodies bring her caf??s nourishing dishes into their own kitchens. During intro classes or more focused sessions on desserts or beauty, Galyide unveils the health benefits and top-hat-decorating potential of figs, coconuts, nettles, and other vitamin-crammed superfoods as her students make and eat kale chips and almond milk and learn to use vital appliances from food processors to dehydrators.
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    2589 W 16th Ave.
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Kokopelli Cafe
    Conceived and opened by a team of mom entrepreneurs, Kokopelli Café whips up its daily house-made goodies and coffee creations in a stylish and family-friendly environment. The batter-covered confectioners at Kokopelli start baking at 5 a.m. each day to ensure customers' teeth meet little resistance against the moist, fresh-baked cakes. Your Groupon allows you to mix up to two flavours to create a well-balanced half dozen. The café offers six different takes on the cakes; you can choose from among the classic vanilla, chocolate, and coconut cakes or opt for a more adventurous twist on the delicacy. A frosty lemon cupcake makes cake from life's lemons, while the chocolate mint and Oreo-themed cupcakes do not.
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    4593 Dunbar Street
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Vancouver Art Gallery
    The Vancouver Art Gallery boasts a permanent collection of more than 10,000 works and features the creations of well-known international and Canadian artists such as Emily Carr and Jeff Wall, alongside a rotating selection of travelling exhibitions. Currently, the gallery hosts the first and only drawing exhibit ever to travel from Paris's illustrious Musée d'Orsay, and the nearly 100-piece collection displays some of the finest 19th-century French art to creep over the borders of Gaul. Titled The Modern Woman, the exhibit features the work of Degas, Manet, Gauguin, and Renoir, among others, and addresses the artistic tides of the late 19th century as they began to migrate away from formal portraits and turned instead to snapshots of everyday life. On display through September 6, these ground-breaking artistic renderings reflect women's rapidly changing role in society at the time, with depictions of women wandering the streets in contemporary dress, casually dining in cafés, jogging on treadmills, and preening in the boudoir.
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    750 Hornby Street
    Vancouver, BC CA
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