Ho Ho Yummy

I’ve always unabashedly loved Chinese fast food. Yeah, I know that it might not be my mom’s cooking, but isn’t that the point? Why would I want to go out to eat food that I can get at home for free? I was having a hankering for some sticky sweet Chinese food recently, and decided to give Ho Ho Yummy a try. They are a small shop on Davie serving up pre-made Chinese fastfood. I decided to go with their 2 Item Combo, with Noodles, Sweet & Sour Pork, and Sesame Chicken.

2 Item Combo ($7.35):

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2-Item Combo (Noodles, Sweet & Sour Pork, Sesame Chicken)


2.5/5
The combo come with your choice of rice or noddles and two toppings. I went with their noodles, Sesame Chicken, and Sweet & Sour Pork. The noodles were surprisingly good and was flavourful, with a slight chewy texture. I quite enjoyed the sauce for the sweet & sour pork, which was thick, sweet and tangy (just the way that I enjoyed it), but I found the meat to be tough with too much batter. The sesame chicken on the other hand was considerably meatier, but I did not like the flavour nearly as much, which was quite salty without much sweetness or heat, and more importantly, not a single sesame seed.

I was a little underwhelmed by the food at Ho Ho Yummy. Yeah, I know that I shouldn’t expect anything gourmet, but I’ve had better food at other similar places. The prices are decent though, and the lady at the front counter was quite friendly. All in all, while the place wasn’t bad, it isn’t really one that I’d recommend either.

Summary:
Food: 2.5/5
Price: 4/5
Service: N/A
Overall: 3/5
Recommendations: N/A
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Papa’s Gourmet Pizza

So I just had probably the most awkward/embarrassing experience in recent memory. The day started out normally enough. I was craving food, as usual, and decided to visit Papa’s Gourmet Pizza, a small casual shop on Main Street serving up pizzas, a big selection of pastas, and various casual Greek fare. I had a slice of their Pesto Chicken pizza and also a large Mac and Cheese.

Pesto Chicken Pizza Slice ($2.25):

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Pesto Chicken Pizza slice

4/5
The pizza was quite heavy and loaded with toppings consisting of chicken, pesto, and feta cheese. It was very flavourful, perhaps a bit salty for those who who don’t like overly salty foods, but I really enjoyed it. I did find the crust to be a bit soft, probably because it had been sitting out under a lamp for a while, but that did not bother me too much.

Mac and Cheese (Large, $10):


3/5
This came with two slices of garlic bread, which were perfectly toasted, buttery with a nice flavour of garlic. I absolutely loved the layer of gooey, rich cheese on top. The noodles themselves were a tad on the soft side, but not too mushy. I was disappointed with the sauce however: I found it to be way too watery and hence, did not really coat the noodles too well, and was also quite bland. The portion was very generous: I ended up taking about half of it home. It actually tasted better reheated the next day, after the sauce had thickened.

I quite enjoyed my visit to Papa’s Gourmet Pizza. The prices are very good, especially for their pastas, where you get a very large portion for currently just $10. Moreover, the staff were also very friendly. All in all, while their food does have room for improvement, I still really enjoyed my visit, and I’d highly recommend checking this place out.

So now, are you wondering about the “embarrassing” incident that I referred to earlier? Probably not, but here it is. I needed to use the washroom, and unfortunately Papa’s Gourmet Pizza was small and did not have one available to the public. Fortunately, there was a JJ Bean right next door. Since I felt pretty embarrassed about being one of those people who just use the washroom without making any purchase, so I got myself an iced Americano.

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$3 for a bathroom trip…

My conscience cleared, I headed to their toilet. Unfortunately, being the idiot that I am, I just could not figure out how to lock the door properly. I thought that I had it closed, but then a man walked right in on me while I WAS LITERALLY SITTING ON THE TOILET WITH MY F***ING PANTS DOWN. Needless to say, I was quite traumatized (although to be fair, I think that it was probably even more traumatic for the man as he’s had to actually witness the disturbing picture that I’ve just described to you). I ended up bolting out of the place and spent the next few hours curled up in a ball in humiliation.

Summary (for Papa’s Gourmet Pizza):
Food: 3.5/5
Price: 4.5/5
Service: N/A
Overall: 3.5/5
Recommendations: Pesto Chicken Pizza, Pastas
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3 Quarters Full

I didn’t think that I’d find a place more overpriced than Ganache Patisserie, but then I visisted 3 Quarters Full. The latter is a small bakery/restaurant located near English Bay offering various Asian/Taiwainese style breakfast/lunch items, including a good assortment of buns and cakes. Being the massive sugarholic that I am, I was primarily interested in their desserts and ended up purchasing a Naidong Roll (Original with Strawberry), Mille Crepe Cake (Uji Matcha with Red Bean), Tiramisu, and Dirty Cake. Now they did not have the prices of their pastries being shown, so just imagine my shock when the bill came to almost $40. Yes, $40 for four TINY slices of cakes (think 1/2-1/3 the size of those that I get from Cadeaux or Trafiq for less than $7 a slice). WTF! Of course, I was WAY too embarrassed to cancel my order by then, so I just grinned and beared the pain, and parted with my cash.

Naidong Roll (Original with Strawberry, $7.50):


4/5
This was a swiss roll consisting of a sponge cake that’s filled with cream, a piece of jello, and a strawberry. The sponge cake itself was pretty good: light, fluffly, mildly sweet, and was not overly dry. Although I’m not normally a huge fan of jello, I actually enjoyed it here, which was not overly stiff and had a nice fragrance. The flavours here are mild,

Mille Crepe Cake (Uji Matcha with Red Bean, $13):


4/5
This consisted of layers of matcha-flavoured crepe sandwiching cream and red bean filling. This was the first time that I’ve had this type of dessert before, and I was quite surprised by how much I enjoyed it. The crepe was quite tender, with a slightly chewy texture, and had a wonderful aroma of matcha. The red bean filling was mildly sweet, slightly starchy, and paired very well with the green tea.

Tiramisu ($9.95):


3.5/5
This consisted of layers of coffee flavoured cake sandwiching cream/mousse. The cake was quite soft, light and fluffy, and had a nice bit of bitterness. I did find the coffee flavour to be a little weak however, and I do wish that they could have used a bit more liquor as I like my cake to be more moist in a tiramisu.

The Dirty Cake ($8.95):


3/5
This consisted of their plain, matcha, and chocolate cake, sandwiching layers of cake and topped with chocolate glaze. Each of the cakes were quite soft and fluffy, although I can’t really taste much of their individual flavours. The cream was light, and mildly sweet. This was just fine; nothing memorable/special.

Now, I will give credit where it’s due: I did actually quite like the cakes from 3 Quarters Full. Furthermore, the staff members are quite friendly. When I entered, the lady working behind the counter greeted me and took me through their menu and explained everything to me (although I sure do wish that she could have told me the freaking prices of the cakes!). However, the outrageous pricing have literally left a bad taste in my mouth, and I honestly cannot recommend this place for their desserts, not when there are at least a dozen other great Asian-style bakeries around offering just as tasty cakes at a fraction of the cost.

Summary:
Food: 3.5/5
Price: 0/5
Service: N/A
Overall: 2.5/5
Recommendations: N/A (Mille Crepe Cake, Naidong Roll if you’ve got money to burn)

3 Quarters Full Cafe Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Peaked Pies

I don’t know much about Australian cuisine. I’ve never heard of Lamingtons until one of my co-workers (who’s technically from New Zealand) made some for us during a lab meeting a while back. However, I’ve recently discovered a shop neamed Peaked Pies that apparently specializes in Australian-style pies and desserts, including lamingtons. Wanting to do more research on the Australian culture (yes, this is all for cultural/scientific purposes and NOT because of gluttony), I decided to pay the place a visit. In addition to the aforementioned Lamington, I also got a Ned Kelly pie, Salted Caramel Tart, and Vanilla Slice.

Ned Kelly ($6.75):


3/5
This pie contained ground beef that’s topped with an egg and cheddar cheese. I was not the biggest fan of the pie crust: I found it to be a bit tough and flavourless. The cheese also did not add much to the dish, and was dry without much flavour. However, I did really enjoy the beef filling, which was tender, juicy and very flavourful, and came in a generous amount.

Salted Caramel Tart ($3.95):


4/5
This consisted of a shortbread crust that was filled with caramel and a drizzle of chocolate. The crust was quite tender and cut easily. The caramel was very thick, gooey, and had a wonderful fragrance, while the salt provided a really nice contrast to the sweetness of the filling.

Lamington ($3.95):


4/5
This was a cake that was coated in chocolate and shredded coconuts. The cake itself was quite tender and moist. The chocolate and coconuts provided great flavour and fragrance. This was just a simple, homestyle dessert that’s done well.

Vanilla Slice ($4.25):


2.5/5
This consisted of two layers of pastry sandwiching vanilla custard and topped with pink icing. I did not care too much for the pastry, which had gone soft and doughy due to the filling, and was very difficult to cut through. The custard was quite thick, and a little bland and gummy, but still enjoyable. The icing was a bit overly sweet on its own, but tasted fine when paired with the custard.

I quite enjoyed my visit to Peaked Pies. Their food is fairly good, their prices are reasonable, and the staff are very cheerful and friendly. If you want to try out some Australian-style treats, or just like pies/desserts in general, do check this place out.

Summary:
Food: 3.5/5
Price: 4/5
Service: N/A
Overall: 3.5/5
Recommendations: Lamington, Salted Caramel Tart
Peaked Pies Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Honey Salt

A picture’s worth a thousand words and a big, gorgeous slice of cake is worth a long bus ride to a restaurant. Thus, after seeing photographs of the magnificient Society Chocolate & Banana Cake from Honey Salt, I knew that I just HAD to head down to that restaurant to get myself a slice.

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Can you hear the angel choir singing?

The latter is a fancy restaurant that’s located on the first floor of the Parq hotel beside BC place. In addition to the aforementioned cake, I also got the Grandma Rosie’s Meatballs and a side of Mac N’Cheese.

Grandma Rosie’s Meatballs ($13):


2/5
This came in a plate of 5 small meatballs with tomato sauce, caramelized onions, and a good dollop of ricotta cheese. Unfortunately, I found this dish to be somewhat of a disappointment. The meatballs were quite bland and were somewhat dry, while the tomato sauce was thin and one-note in flavour. I did enjoy the cheese however, which provided a nice richness, and the caramelized onions, which were sweet and fragrant.

Mac N’Cheese ($7):


3.5/5
The noodles in the dish were perfectly cooked, being a bit chewy while still tender. The sauce was quite rich and creamy, and the bread crumbs lent a nice bit of texture. I did find the dish to be just a little too bland however.

Society Chocolate & Banana Cake ($12):


4.5/5
This consisted of alternating layers of chocolate and banana cake, sandwiching chocolate mousse and covered in chocolate glaze, and was served with a small scoop of banana ice cream. Surprisingly, my favourite component of the dish was probably the ice cream, which had a wonderful fragrance of banana and was topped with crunchy pieces of cereal and chocolate sauce. The cake itself was very moist, with wonderful flavours of chocolate and banana, and the mousse was luscious and light. Even though it is quite a generous serving, it was light and not overly sweet, and I ended up polishing about 2/3 of it without too much trouble.

I went to Honey Salt specifically to try their cake, and I have to say, I was not disappointed. Service was very good: the staff were quite friendly, professional and attentive. All in all, while I was a tad disappointed with some of the savoury dishes, I would still recommend checking this place out for their desserts alone.

Summary:
Food: 3.5/5
Price: 3.5/5
Service: 4/5
Overall: 3.5/5
Recommendations: Society Chocolate & Banana Cake
Honey Salt Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Pacific Bread Company

Is there anything more tragic than a beautiful piece of cake getting ruined? Not to a weak, pathetic, overweight loser like me. Seriously, I almost had a mini meltdown following my visit to Pacific Bread Company. The latter is a bakery located on East Hastings, near Commercial Drive serving up a good variety of pastries, cakes, and cookies, including a great assortment of macaron cookies. During my visit, I picked up a Caneles De Bordeaux and four cakes (Ebony Dark White Chocolate Truffle, Passion Fruit Mousse, Raspberry Mousse Chocolate, and Chocolate Truffle), and also an Almond Croissant for my mom. Now, the four slices of cakes all got put together into a relatively small box and extracting them proved to be more than a little difficult. I ended up knocking one of my cakes over, causing some of its gorgeous icing to fall off. *sob*.

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NOOOOOOOO!

Caneles De Bordeaux ($3.25):


1.5/5
This is a small cake that has been soaked in rum and caramelized. This is the first time that I had a canele, so I’ve got no idea of what they are supposed to taste like. All I can say is that I did not really care for this cake much. The exterior had a tough, gummy texture and had a slight bitterness from being burnt. The interior was considerably better, and had a moist, custardy texture, although I did find it to be a tad bland.

Ebony Dark White Chocolate Truffle Cake ($5.50):


4/5
This consisted of a layer of chocolate cake topped with white and milk chocolate mousse and glazed with ganache. Unfortunately, I had trouble extracting the cake from the box and knocked it over in the process – as a result some of the chocolate ganache came off *sob*. Fortunately, the cake was still very tasty. The mousses were creamy, luscious and flavourful. The cake was a tad dry, though not overly so, and appears to have a nice fragrance of liquor.

Passion Fruit Mousse Cake ($5.75):


4/5
This came on the recommendation of the staff/owner: I actually initaly wanted their blueberry velvet cake, but he said that this one was better. It consisted of a layer of sponge cake that’s topped with mousse and passionfruit jelly, and was decorated with a half macaron cookie. The cake was very tender and moist, while the mousse and jelly was quite tart with a nice fragrance of passionfruit. The flavours of this are very strong and assertive, without being artificial. I didn’t really care for the texture of the jelly since I’m not a very bit jelly fan, but that’s more of a personal preference than a fault on their part. I also enjoyed the macaron, which while a bit soggy, still had a nice favour and crispness.

Raspberry Mousse Chocolate Cake ($5.75):


4.5/5
This was a chocolate cake topped with raspberry mousse and covered with chocolate ganache. The cake itself was extremely tender and moist, and appears to have been soaked in some liquor as it had a nice fragrance. The mousse was smooth, creamy, and sweet with a slight bit of tang and fragrance from the raspberry. This is seriously a fantastic cake.

Chocolate Truffle Cake ($5.50):


4.5/5
This was a layer of chocolate cake topped with chocolate mousse and covered in chocolate ganache. The cake was quite fudgy and dense, but still relatively moist and tender. The mousse was light and luscious, with a nice bittersweet flavour. A great dessert for chocolate lovers.

Almond Croissant ($5.25):

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Almond Croissant

In spite of being somewhat traumatized from seeing my gorgeous cake getting ruined, I’m quite impressed by the food at PBC (with the exception of the canele). Price-wise, I found their pastries to be a bit on the expensive side, but their cakes are fairly reasonable. All in all, I think that this place is definitely worth a visit.

Summary:
Food: 4/5
Price: 3.5/5
Service: N/A
Overall: 4/5
Recommendations: Cakes
Pacific Bread Company Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Red Umbrella Cafe

It has been many years since I’ve been to English Bay. The last time that I’ve gone there was at last five, six years ago when I want with several friends (who are definintely NOT imaginary) to watch the firework display that would show every summer. Of course we’d arrive there at noon since it is 100% impossible to get a seat on the beach by the time the show actually begins. We’d spend the next several hours playing card games and wander around the place, getting ice creams and frappuccinos. One place that I remember passing by is Red Umbrella Cafe. I decided to pay the joint a visit a few days ago. The place is small and appears to be quite popular, and there was a lineup outside the door during breakfast hours. Since I just wanted to get some baked goods for takeout, I didn’t have to wait in line to receive a seat. I had their Lemon Cheese Cake, Carrot Cake, and Chocolate Cake.

Lemon Cheese Cake ($6):


4/5
The cheesecake itself was quite soft and creamy (not the New York variety), with a great tang and a nice lemon scent. It appears to be topped with a layer of creamy, tangy cream cheese frosting. I was a bit disappointed with the crust however, which had become quite soggy and fell apart when I tried to move the cake from the box.

Carrot Cake ($5):


3.5/5
The cake was dense, but relatively moist, and was filled with shredded carrots. It had a slight bit of spice to it, I would have preferred the spice to be a bit more assertive. The cream cheese icing was smooth and creamy but a bit bland – I didn’t get too much sweetness or tang.

Chocolate Cake ($4.50):


3/5
The cake was relatively tender, albeit a bit dry and had a good flavour of cocoa. The icing had a really nice fragrance of coffee to it. Overall, I did find the cake to be a bit on the bland side. It was tasty, but nothing special; the kind of dessert that you’d be able to get from a regular bake sale.

While I haven’t tried any of their breakfast/lunch items, the desserts at the Red Umbrella Cafe were not mind-blowing, but still tasty and quite affordable. Be warned if you plan on eating in: the place does get quite crowded and it can be a bit difficult to move around; while waiting for my pastries to be packed, I had to squeeze myself against the counter just to allow staff and customers to get past me, so if you’re claustrophobic, you might want to reconsider visiting.

Summary:
Food: 3.5/5
Price: 4/5
Service: N/A
Overall: 3.5/5
Recommendations: Lemon Cheese Cake, Carrot Cake
Red Umbrella Cafe Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Peckinpah

Okay, I have to admit it. I’ve been in denial for months. But it’s time to come clean. *sigh*. I have a small mouth. Yes, I know. It’s hard to believe seeing that considering the obscene amount of food that I eat but it’s the truth. I couldn’t eat the burgers at Cannibal Cafe and Red Robins, not without taking out some of the filling first. And more recently, I could not eat the sandwich at Peckinpah either. The latter is a casual barbecue joint located in Gastown, near Waterfront. I had their Baked Mac and Cheese, which I added pulled pork to for an extra $6 and their Fried Chicken Sandwich.

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*drool*

Baked Mac and Cheese ($13 + $6 for Pulled Pork):


4.5/5
I absolutely loved this dish. The noodles were perfectly cooked, being tender and yet retaining a nice bit of bounciness. The sauce was thick, creamy and rich, and very flavourful while the breadcrumbs provided a nice bit of texture. I added pulled pork for an additional $6, and while I was initially worried when the dish first arrived by the lack of meat present, there was actually a fairly generous amount of pulled pork buried beneath the noodles. The meat itself was very tender and juicy. It was purely salty however, and I personally prefer my pulled pork to have some sweetness. The dish overall was pretty salty: I do love salt so I was okay with it, but it might be a little too much for others. Although the castiron bowl/skillet it was served in is relatively small, they do pile it pretty high and the portion was relatively filling.

Fried Chicken Sandwich ($12):


4/5
This sandwich contained three generous pieces of fried chicken meat as well as potato chips, tomatoes and cilantro, and was dressed with mayo. Although they appear to have used white meat here, the chicken was relatively tender and quite juicy, and had a great crispiness. It was quite salty on its own however (and I’m saying this as a great lover of salt), and is best eaten together with the sandwich. I loved the addition of the potato chips, which provided a great additional crunch to the dish. Personally, I didn’t really care much for the cilantro – while I’m not one of these people who can’t stand the herb and finds it soapy, it didn’t really add much to the dish and was a bit stringy, I personally would have preferred just boring old iceberg lettuce. This was quite a tall sandwich – I could not fit the whole thing into my *insert dirty joke here* – and was quite filling.

So I’m still coming to terms with the fact that I’ve got a small mouth and cannot fit a big juicy…sandwich (I’m so sorry). Lame dirty jokes aside, I loved the food that I’ve tried at Peckinpah. I find the prices to be a tad steep, although not outrageous. Service-wise, the staff is quite friendly, although the food can take a while to come out. I highly recommend checking this place out for some hearty, delicious comfort food.

Summary:
Food: 4/5
Price: 3/5
Service: 3.5/5
Overall: 3.5/5
Recommendations: Mac and Cheese, Fried Chicken Sandwich
Peckinpah Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Phoscao Cafe

I’ve had too much cake. This is a sentence that I never thought I’d ever say, but I found myself saying it now, after a visit to Phoscao Cafe. The latter is a small, casual shop located on Granville, not far from Broadway. They have a pretty good selection of casual breakfast/lunch fair, including four varieties of cakes (Lemon and Cream, Carrot, German Chocolate and Red Velvet) that are priced at just $3.50 each. Of course, I could not resist. I ended up getting a slice of each. As well as a Chocolate Tart, because why not?

Lemon and Cream Cake ($3.50):


3.5/5
This consisted of layers of cake sandwiching lemon curd and cream. Unfortunately, the cake did get a bit battered during the trip from the cafe back home. Fortunately, the taste was not effected. The cake was very tender and moist, and very tangy from the lemon. While I did find the lemon flavour to be a tad overwhelming, bordering on artificial, it was still quite enjoyable.

Chocolate Tart ($3.50):


3.5/5
The crust was relatively tender, albeit a bit too blond and bland. The chocolate ganache was very good however: smooth without any waxiness, and a nice bittersweet flavour. I do find there to be a bit too much crust compared to filling.

Carrot Cake ($3.50):


3.5/5
The cake was a tad on the drier side, but still tasty, and had a nice spicy flavour. It was filled with a good amount of raisins. The cream cheese was smooth and sweet: I personally would have preferred it to be a tad less sweet and a bit more tangy. This certainly isn’t the best carrot cake that I’ve had, but it is still tasty.

German Chocolate Cake ($3.50):


4/5
This consisted of two layers of chocolate cake sandwiching some custard filling, and was topped with shredded coconuts and caramel. The cake was incredibly tender and moist, with a nice bittersweet flavour and a great fragrance of coconut and liquor.

Red Velvet Cake ($3.50):


4.5/5
This consisted of two layers of cake sandwiching a layer of custard filling and bits of chocolate cake, and was topped with another layer of cream cheese. Once again, the cake was incredibly moist while the custard was smooth and luscious, and melted in my mouth. This is easily my favourite of all the treats that I’ve sampled.

Needless to say, I was seriously stuffed after my trip to Phoscao Cafe. I probably needed a massive shot of insulin. But I don’t regret buying all the food that I did however, since everything was very tasty and their prices were a steal. All in all, I really like the cafe, and I’d highly recommend checking it out.

Summary:
Food: 4/5
Price: 4.5/5
Service: N/A
Overall: 4/5
Recommendations: German Chocolate Cake, Red Velvet Cake
Phoscao Cafe Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Willow Cafe Bakery

If I ever open a bakery (which is unlikely to ever happen, since I’ll get shutdown/bankrupt within a week), I’d name it either “Carbo” or “The Gluco Diet”. And all of my food will be labelled GF – where GF stands for “Gluten-Filled”. It’s all just me giving one giant middle finger to all the stupid fad diets that needs to die.

Am I being too insensitive? Well, a less controversial alternative would be Willow (after yours truly, of course). Unfortunately, apparently that name has already been taken: there is apparently a place called Willow Cafe & Bakery. Now the bakery isn’t named after a person, but the street it’s located on (16th Avenue and Willow Street). They have a good selection of casual breakfast/lunch items, including fresh baked goods. I’ve had a Chocolate Tart and a Carrot Cake, as well as an Almond Croissant for my mom.

Chocolate Tart ($3):


4.5/5
The chocolate ganache filling was smooth and not at all waxy, and had a nice bittersweet flavour. It was mixed with some raspberry, which provided a fragrance as well as a bit of tang. The crust was perfectly baked with a nice crispness, as well as a sweet caramelized flavour. This is definitely one of the better chocolate tarts that I’ve had.

Carrot Cake ($4):


4/5
This consisted of three layers of carrot cake sandwiching cream cheese frosting. The cake was dense and relatively moist, and filled with shredded carrots. The cream cheese frosting was smooth and sweet, with a nice bit of tang. Being a massive lover of cream cheese, I personally could have done with a bit more of it present. This is a straightforward dessert, but definitely delicious.

Almond Croissant ($3.50):

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I gave this to my mom. She quite enjoyed it.

Although I am admittedly a bit peeved by the fact that Willow Cafe & Bakery has stolen my future (never going to open) bakery’s name, I have to admit, I really enjoyed my visit there. The food was quite tasty, and the prices are very reasonable. The staff were also quite friendly. All in all, this is a great local place for a quick bite or some treats.

Summary:
Food: 4/5
Price: 4/5
Service: N/A
Overall: 4/5
Recommendations: Chocolate Tart, Carrot Cake
Willow Cafe & Bakery Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato