The coffee beans were each from a different continent. My experience with cafe breakfasts is minimal not only because I can never wake up on time, but also because I tend to go for the lunch menu items than the breakfast ones! As for our little sweet treat, we got a pumpkin cake to share which was very good. Already loved the coffee knowledge being imparted to me. A handful of peeled-and-cut baby prawns are scattered amongst the gnocchi, whilst the main event tiger prawn sits domineeringly on the plate, waiting to be de-shelled and devoured. My friends had a very nicely presented Pressed Coffee. In contrast, the soft-textured consistency of the vegetables added the perfect level of earthiness to this winter-warming dish. The other day it was a public holiday and we wanted to catch up with friends for Lunch so we went to Glen Waverley and we had some spare time so we decided to get coffee from Black Flat Coffee Brewers.
Their sandwiches are sick and creative also always changing with the seasons, recent partnetship with cartems was a move in their collection of other locally sourced baked goods : Its almost always busy baha but worth a trip 110% I'm not a coffee drinker but this place makes me want to be an addict so bad. I almost always drink my coffee black and this one was nice and smooth, yet bold. So hipster and so awesome. I lived in Portland for a decade so stumptown beans isn't anything new to me but they did it right here. While most of the eateries surrounding it are your expected yum cha and Asian style takeaway joints, this place while looking after the brunchers and morning takeaway coffee commuters is also open late on weekends, creating a great spot on Friday and Saturday evenings to enjoy an end-of week drink.
The coffee I had was decent. Smooth, consistent, and good ratio of ingredients for my lavender mocha -liked it so much I got it twice. In addition to the latte, they serve a quite large selection of drinks including a nitro cold brew system, tap kobucha and various types of teas. I didn't try the sandwich but he said it was very good. The station entrance has moved from the railway bridge to directly opposite this café, which will mean booming business for these guys.
It sorta reminded me of Harry Potter lol My bf and I both had their specialty brewed coffee which had hints of blackberry and dark chocolate because it was the least acidic but full of flavor. . C'mon guys, I get that you're really hip, but that's basic customer service. Everyone was really friendly, offering me advice about the food and coffee, cracking jokes and even making an effort to show me how to pour latte art note — I failed miserably when trying to re-create at home. If you're sitting in for brunch you'll find the menu a little bit diiferent from the typical cafe fare in that it includes dishes such as butter poached lobster tail with corn velouté on a matcha brioche bun, as well as breakfast ramen with pork belly, mushrooms, bamboo, kimchi, onsen egg, zucchini flower, miso broth and ramen noodles. Venue This has to go down as one of the most interesting looking coffee shops in Vancouver. How they managed to make this place look like a 19th Century train station is seriously amazing.
As others have stated, the ambiance is really cozy, modern, and aesthetic. I opted for that and a salted chocolate chip cookie, as well as a double chocolate one. The black walls are symmetrically lined with paintings from a local artist, who is known for outlining the drawings and staining the artwork with real coffee and real tea. Quite the fruity and floral cup of brewed coffee. The wine and beer list is also tilted more towards Australian and, where possible, locally sourced brands, too. With their constantly rotating beans from around the world and 2 dope locations I think you could go a month never having the samd beverage twice. Overall, staff were super friendly and informative especially since we didn't know what coffee to get so he gave us some tips on the coffee choices that they had.
Creating a unique and beautiful space at Platform 7 was important to Marke and co-owner Livio. It sorta reminded me of Harry Potter lol My bf and I both had their specialty brewed coffee which had hints of blackberry and dark chocolate because it was the least acidic but full of flavor. The complexity of the flavour that came from the espresso was incredible; a rich toasted caramel flavour, balanced perfectly with the sweetness of the expertly steamed milk. Coffee lovers will appreciate the house blend here Lion Tamer, courtesy of Reverance Coffee and they also offer a rotating range of single origin blends, cold drip and your usual espresso styles. With our first location opened in East Vancouver in 2013 and a second in Kitsilano in 2015, we're here to provide visitors a place to unwind and savour some relaxation time with friends and family. Seriously, I want to shake the hand of the person who designed this place.
The ceiling is taken directly from a London train station. The location is decorated to look like a train station. I came here to study and get some work done, and in terms of comfort, it was spacious and gets the job done. Of coz, they didn't disappoint me. I totally fell in love with Guatemala, it have full flavour of plum, dark chocolate, orange and etc.
Nothing beats a good toastie! You could taste the cinnamon and pumpkin in it, and the walnuts gave it texture and helped cut the sweetness of the cake because it was quite sweet. Cafe was quite busy but we managed to find a table. My partner had a hot chocolate from here and said it was no good but hey, it was a hot chocolate. Bonus is some amazing tacos next door when you get hungry! Very convenient and nothing else in the area like it! Best place in down to get a cortado almond milk + homemade lavender saus for a secret surpise to your regular cappuccino , seriously tho if u a coffee freak try a different drink every day of the week. I also didn't see any outlets, so it's something to keep in mind. Inspired by their location directly opposite a train station, the name of the venue is as memorable as their infamous Hash Hot Chocolate which is making a temporary feature on the menu at Platform 7 Cafe. As at their sister venue, the artwork displayed at Platform 7 Cafe will be ever-changing, with different local artists showcased on rotation.