There were A LOT of people when I got there; sitting outside the coffee shops, taking their dogs for a walk, cycling on the bikes, taking pictures of the wonderful seaside...As I continued to walk along the seaside, I saw Bojangles Cafe, which I've tried to look for it for a couple of times. Though I was not hungry/thirsty at all, I still decided to go in and take a look.
1097 Marinaside Cres, Vancouver BC
1:Yucks! 2:Improvement needed 3:So-So~ 4:Good 5:Very good 6:Heavenly
- Mon-Fri 8am-6pm Sat 8:30am-6pm Sun 9am-6pm
- Free wi-fi
- Street parking
- The interior design is very homey and cottage-style, but definitely not the "homey-ness" of Arbutus Coffee.
- It is very open-spaced and has a lot of seatings.
- (Sorry for the dark photo.) There's outdoor dining, and if you see clearly, that's your seaview! It is certainly a good place to relax during summer.
- Breakfast/Brunch available
- They offer lots of choices in the menu: sandwiches, salads, muffins, cookies, scones, squares...etc.
- Other than coffees, they have teas and bottled drinks as well.
- Other location in West Vancouver.
- I think this location is owned by a Chinese lady (not sure); most waiters are Japanese though.
I walked close to the counter and took a look at the baked goods they had. Since I was the only customer standing in the counter at that time, and the nice, all-smile Japanese lady already readied to serve me, I decided to order something at last.
- It was regular, not particularly impressive.
- The muffin top was crispy and I could already chew on the bran. Yum :)
- I know muffins are supposed to be greasy; however, this was not as greasy as I expected to be.
- Here comes the bad part. After I finished the top, there was barely any ingredients left. So I turned out to be having a regular Bran muffin at the end :(
Bojangles Cafe is a good place to relax and grab a quick snack (or have a breakfast/brunch if you like); but not the best cafe I've had in Yaletown.