I Cafe Vancouver is a Hong Kong style cafe located on Heather x Broadway on the second floor. Back in the day, it used to reside where Whole Foods and Lululemon Lab is on Cambie x Broadway. I think I just dated myself. Nonetheless, I Cafe Vancouver provides a satisfaction for those craving HK cafe food and aren’t at liberty to travel far. The ‘new’ location is modern and clean. Have to say that the mirrored pillars are more of an obstruction than decorative.
Prices are on the more expensive side and portions are rather small. We came here for late afternoon tea one day and the place was pretty empty.
Portuguese Baked Seafood on Rice: A small shallow stone pot of rice and a few pieces of mussels, code and shrimp. The rice was on the mushy side and flavors flat.
Pork Cutlet with noodles: A tender piece of fried pork (we asked them to serve on the side so it doesn’t become all soggy). The bowl of noodles literally done with a few bites. And the soup? nothing more than Knorr chicken stock.
HK Milk Tea: Too sweet and not enough tea leaves.
HK Lemon Tea: Watered down tea with lemon.
For the prices and location we expected much more.
2525 Heather St Vancouver, BC V5Z 3J2
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