The trendy and high-end cafe in the TELUS Garden is located in the lobby of the building. With 1,600 square foot of open space and a piano which is played occasionally, it’s a great place to catch up with friends after shopping at Pacific Centre or have business meetings.
Sheepie had the same, while my brother had a Moroccan Chicken wrap $7.95. Water was self serve.
I got a Chamomile Citrus tea ($2.0 with tax) in a to-go cup. Instead of a sleeve, the cup was wrapped in a beveled sheet, so that the heat wouldn’t transfer to the outside of the cup, making it easier to hold, not only because of the unaffected temperature, but the added texture for grip. Clever design!
Food on the other hand was a big disappointment from a high-end cafe. You’d expect more from such a place. My sandwich was way too burnt. Extremely greasy. The pasta was even more oily. Sheepie didn’t like it at all, so I had most of his. Yes, even if it’s not that great, I was hungry, and I love pasta! I wondered why they had so many food left on a Friday evening.
The place was super cold and with only one bathroom stall. The cafe is all nice and eye-candy, (I do love their branding) but not really thinking about the customer’s taste buds and experience.