Subeez Cafe has a eccentric, eclectic, quirky atmosphere. The space is huge and I can visualize a beer flowing sports bar instead of this teenage rebellion in the trenches to redefine oneself. Secretly I was hoping that the food would be outstanding like The Superior over on the Island – both defined by it’s flavors and unique style. Subeez Cafe however missed the mark by far. It is cafeteria quality at best. The service, on the other hand was friendly.
Chicken and Brie Sandwich 14: A soggy warm baguette was present with an ocean full of greasy oil (like the BP oil spill), melted brie and garlic mayo. Slow roasted tomato were too wet and barely enough arugula to cover the surface. Served with a side of soggy fries, half wilted on the plate.
Mushroom and Spinach Omelette 12: We ordered the Ham and Cheese omelette actually. The wrong order came and the waitress offered to replace the ham and cheese afterwards. The omelette itself was pretty standard with heavy salt and potato hash which weren’t nearly seasoned enough. The freshest thing on the plate was the salad – a mirage in the desert.
I’m hoping that Homer Street Cafe will soon open for lunch on the weekends, so I don’t have to compromise and make the same mistake of going across the street to torture my stomach. Not only were prices northwards of expensive, it wasn’t very good at all. I left with the feeling of extreme thirst and that I needed an immediate juice cleanse asap. Someone cold press some Kale to flush these toxins out please!
891 Homer St Vancouver, BC V6B 2W2
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