We had the carrot cake and a chunky monkey (bread pudding with banana and chocolate and both were good. The coffee is excellent as is the Trafiq chai. Offers almond and soy milk. Worth stopping at.
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My husband and I ate breakfast here two days in a row on a recent trip to Vancouver. Coffee was great. The first day I ordered the frittata which I found a little too salty. The second day I had the avocado toast which I...More
I love coming here for their quiches, sandwiches and baked goods. All fresh daily. Some items sell out early especially around lunch. I was disappointed when their daily soup were gone when I arrived in the early afternoon. Friendly service. In the midst of Main...More
Nice coffee/cake shop. Friendly servers and the cakes are ALL DELICIOUS! If I have to pick one, my favourite is the Earl Grey cake. They also serve a variety of sandwiches, coffee, teas, muffins, breads, cookies and scones. If you want a coffee/tea with a...More
My friend took me there for my birthday lunch. The coconut chicken curry soup was superb, the Pulled turkey on a chiabata bun was nice too. But the best part was the great variety of patrons. Singles, moms and babes in arms and strollers, folks...More
I love Trafiq for solo visits or lunch with a friend. Nice selection of items, including a daily soup and sandwiches made with their own bread. Then there is the sublime layer cake selection and other sweets..This bakery is ALWAYS crowded, with a SMALL number...More
You can make your own sandwich. Choose their butter croissant with veggie option or BBQ turkey or chicken. Desserts are incredible specially their carrot cake & chunky monkey which is bread pudding with banana & chocolate chips. It's always busy, so it's hard to get...More
How often does Snowcopalypse happen in Vancouver, hardly ever! Yet our local French cafe & bakery is open,!serving delicious gourmet coffee to snow warriors and the incredible chunky monkey, my favourite treat which is like a chocolatey bread pudding loaf, yum!
in town for the whitecaps game and decided to explore a different part of vancouver rather than our usual strolls through downtown. VERy fun area along main st., many spots to pop in and browse and stop for a bite to eat. we had a...More
Walking through the area in from the U.S. Found this little bakery and (although my sister couldn't eat ANYTHING in the entire store due to her nut allergy and the bakeries inability to separate out their nut/non-nut items) the rest of our group found the...More