Yama Cafe is my all time favourites for mochi muffins and matcha lattes with unique latte art. It is a cozy Japanese cafe, which serves breakfast and lunch sets, sweet treats, and a wide selection of beverages. Feel free to read my previous blog post about Yama Cafe. Yama Cafe also offers a lunch set special, Sashimi Teishoku occasionally. On December 28 and 29, you can enjoy this year’s last sashimi teishoku. Keep reading to see what’s included in this Japanese set meal.(more…)
From now until October 14, you can get your hands on the October-flavored Cinnamon Buns from Grounds for Coffee, a cafe with the best cinnamon buns in Vancouver. Talking about October, the flavor must be Pumpkin Spice. You can get them in both Alma or Commercial location, and they each have a different vibe. Alma is cozy and perfect for a relaxing afternoon, while Commercial is more modern-looking and such a great space for work.(more…)
On July 20, 2019, it was a special day for me because I purposely woke up for a pop up hosting at Yama Café. Though I am a food blogger, I rarely wake up early for food and lineups. I have made an exception to eF & Be Bakehouse, a online bakery that features Japanese pans and pastries. And of course, it has been awhile since I last visited Yama Café so it was the perfect opportunity for me to pay a visit.(more…)
If you are ever looking for cafes to satisfy your matcha crave, Yama Cafe would be the go-to place. Formerly known as Basho Cafe, Yama Cafe is a cozy Japanese cafe, which retained almost the same menu and atmosphere as before. It serves breakfast and lunch sets, afternoon sweets, and a large selection of beverages. And more importantly, they are ALL gluten-free and made in-house.
I love studying and grabbing a snack or two from here. Though the cafe can get pretty busy, it is never too loud to a point that I would get distracted. I was back again for a media event to discover more about the menu and this cozy cafe itself.