Inside Vancouver's first-ever Vietnamese coffee bar 'Ca Phe'

Mar 6 2019, 7:14 pm

Vancouver’s first-ever Vietnamese coffee bar, Ca Phe Vietnamese Coffee House, officially opened its doors today.

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Daily Hive got the chance to head in and see what the new 16-seat concept located inside Chinatown House had to offer.

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Ca Phe

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Anyone who heads to this charming new coffee bar can expect four different coffee options.

Choose from varieties like strong Vietnamese coffee, strong iced coffee, egg coffee, and avocado coffee.

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While the menu will rotate, at the moment the cafe will offer a spiced 55% dark chocolate hoisin swirl brownie with Vietnamese coffee salted caramel, brown butter matcha and cream cheese swirl blondie with black sesame caramel, and black sesame chocolate chip cookies.

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Ca Phe

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The 188 East Pender Street pop-up is brought to us by childhood friends Minna Van and Andrew Han and will be open from Tuesday to Sunday from 11 am until supplies run out.

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Ca Phe Vietnamese Coffee House

Address: 188 East Pender Street, Vancouver