Find out what Cafe restaurants to try in Victoria. Victoria is a thriving city of heritage architecture and time-honored traditions like afternoon tea. With the ocean at its doorstep and wilderness in its backyard, it’s also a perfect place for outdoor enthusiasts. You can find everything from a world-class science and natural history museum to a blooming public park where peacocks roam freely, plus a range of unique shops, cafes and restaurants. And more cycling routes than any other Canadian city, providing a great way to explore the scenery.
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4 based on 111 reviews
Our All Day Breakfast menu has been created incorporating a unique take on mixing sweet and savoury while keeping our menu on point with fresh flavours and ingredients. We offer large selection of 100% GLUTEN FREE options. Almost everything we serve is ma
Did this restaurant go under new management in the past week? I had a very sore experience at this place this past weekend. I ordered the HUEVOS DIVORCIADOS and requested my eggs over medium. The waitress did not only bring me sunny side eggs- when I mentioned to her the rawness of the eggs she said "That's how they are" and walked away. My partner put the plate on the corner of the table as a major hint to return it back to the kitchen and she probably walked past it 4 times before returning to the table to ask me if I wanted another Prosecco. SMH, no thank you, just my eggs recooked. It finally registered and she took them back. My husband ordered the Armanda breakfast sandwich with fried chicken as an extra and his sandwhich literally had one piece of bacon. We both work in the industry and know this is not okay. He brought the plate directly to the kitchen and asked them if they thought this was appropriate. They topped him up with a whole extra slice of bacon. Bottom line, my 7 year old, myself and my husband who consumed one beverage were THRILLED to pay a whopping $80.00 for a less than sub-par breakfast. Skip this place, Victoria has PLENTY of other affordable, plentiful, delicious brunch options.
4 based on 360 reviews
We wandered around Chinatown and couldnât find a restaurant with very good reviews so decided to try MoLe based on excellent comments. We were there around 2 p.m. on a Saturday so had about a 15 minute wait. It seemed to empty out pretty well by 2:30 so mid-afternoon is a better bet if you donât want to wait. The menu is unusual and I was all over the place so asked our waitress for suggestions. She was very helpful and I decided to try the first thing she mentioned, Moâs Biscuit (something I wasnât even considering). When it came, I thought it looked interesting but wasnât sure how good it would be. It was spectacular and quite unlike anything Iâd had before. I thoroughly enjoyed every delicious mouthful. (I wouldnât say itâs a huge portion if youâre a big eater. It was certainly more than enough for me.) It comes with a side and I choose the fresh fruit, which was OK, nothing special - thin slices of orange, melon, apple. My husband also took our serverâs suggestion of Huevos Rancheros, again not a choice he had been considering. His portion was large and served with their pesto potatoes, which looked amazing and he said they were. So I would recommend these two dishes and anything that comes with the potatoes!
4 based on 246 reviews
Shine Cafe has been serving delicious home made breakfast and lunch since 2004. We are a family owned and operated business that is proud to call Victoria home. Visit us to experience Shine's excellent food and friendly service that has stood the test of
Lots of heart healthy options as well as traditional breakfast fare. Great small cafe, with lots of choice. My recommendation is the Scottish Breakfast!
4 based on 497 reviews
Making people feel happy & healthy in our 1888 heritage home turned restaurant, cafe & shop. Menu & designed inspired by the cycles of the seasons. We hold no labels, just offer nourishing, wholesome foods and happily offer gluten free baking, farm fresh
I hate making lunch! Iâm not a fan of sandwiches. Must be a throwback from my school days that I never got over! A friend suggested Nourish for lunch and I was not disappointed. The menu and daily specials are appealing, you can even have breakfast at lunch. Lots of veggies, soups, and salads served in a variety of ways. Although it looks vegetarian at first, there are dairy products and meat on the menu. It was so good Iâve been there twice in less than a month. I also like that itâs not so noisy that you canât have a conversation with the person sitting across from you. You really should check it out!
4 based on 166 reviews
I order one of their Bennys but it took forrrrrrrr....ever....to arrive. Whether the kitchen was slow or the service I can't say for sure but I dined after breakfast and before a potential lunch rush.
4 based on 940 reviews
Newly opened breakfast and lunch restaurant in Victoria, B.C.
I actually had a short wait in line . I ordered a recommended benny, but it was a small portion.It was good but not better than any other breakfast restaurant. In spite of the fact that I ordered my hashbrowns well done, they still came out looking like frozen patties for the microwave. They redid them but they were really greasy with no flavor.I would only go back if I was hungry and happened to find myself in that area with no other choices, but I sure wouldn't wait for a table for average food.
4 based on 1726 reviews
This is a must! The breakfast was delicious. The servers were very friendly. It was busy, but turnover was quick. The Oranges del Sol French toast was superb! Walls are covered in fun and brightly colored art.
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