Vancouver's Ca Phe Vietnamese Coffee House is back

Mar 16 2020, 9:46 pm

Right now it’s all about delivery, and to make ordering out even sweeter than it already is, we’re stoked to announce Ca Phe Vietnamese Coffee House is back and offering this service.

You read that right: Vancouver’s first-ever Vietnamese coffee bar has returned.

Ca Phe first opened late last winter in a pop-up format at Vancouver’s Chinatown House, and now it’s back, but this time at The Network Hub in Gastown.

Of course, you don’t need to head down to the historic neighbourhood to get the goods. Starting today, Ca Phe is offering delivery via UberEats.

That means patrons can get this beloved brand’s Vietnamese coffee straight to their door, and lord knows we all need something delicious to perk us up right now.

Choose from several options from the delivery menu including Really Strong Vietnamese Coffee (Vietnamese-style Americano with condensed milk, iced or hot), Coconut Coffee (Vietnamese coffee with coconut cream, iced or hot), Avocado Coffee (iced Vietnamese coffee with avocado), Mung Bean Coconut Drink (non-caffeinated).

Delivered in recyclable and compostable cups and bottles, it’s also worth noting that purchasing these coffees does more than just support a local purveyor.

Ca Phe is a social enterprise that hires newcomers and donates proceeds to fund scholarships to provide employment in tech education. Starting March 19, 2020, partial proceeds will go towards benefiting the BC Hospitality Foundation.

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