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.
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.
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.
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.
Ca Phe Vietnamese Coffee House
Address: 188 East Pender Street, Vancouver