Great view of the beach & ocean
friendly staff, good food
Great for families or just adults. Only complaint was they had run out of hot dogs by 12:30, as well as their good ice cream treats.
Was disappointed to find the cafe had very limited hours earlier this year and so groupon expired before we could use it. Should be offered in the better weather, not during wet months of winter/spring. The menu has a great variety! However, the food we had was just "OK". Chicken on the burger was stringy and tough (left a bunch on the plate) and the pulled pork sandwich was on a hamburger bun, not on the brioche bun and did not have all the fixings that were advertised. Of course the setting is beautiful and it is handy to have a place to each at the beach. Just disappointed for our first visit and felt a bit ripped not being able to use the groupon before expiry
Location is beautiful but service lackluster. Basically a concession stand. Food is "concession" food - nothing spectacular. Even if you are a local, this restaurant could be a serious destination if the food was more noteworthy. I believe that people would come out specifically to eat the food and have the bonus of being in beautiful surroundings.
Crappy food, out of items on the menu, the only thing going for it is the view
Nice views of Mt. Baker on a clear day
We had the pulled pork burger, chicken strips and calamari. It was all delicious however the calamari could have been a little crispier.
From Our Editors
From its outpost on Boundary Bay, Centennial Beach Cafe dazzles multiple senses with a menu of flavourful beach cuisine and panoramic views of the Boundary Bay Regional Park. The kitchen serves up seasonal catch for platters of fish and chips. For breakfast, they layer green-eggs-and-ham sandwiches with pea greens and black-forest ham and toss hash browns with a variety of ingredients, from pesto and shrimp to grilled chicken and roasted corn. Guests enjoy the café's savoury bites for early-morning sustenance while scanning the skies for eagles and other wildlife along the Pacific Coastal Flyway. In warm weather, they can sit under green umbrellas on the patio or visit the adjacent playground, and in inclement conditions, they can play games of tic-tac-toe by breathing on the restaurant's wraparound windows.
Centennial Beach Cafe