Moi Cafe

Date Visited: October 30 2014
Address: 2559 Cambie Street Vancouver, BC
Website: http://moiicafe.com/category/cambie/cambie-menu
Type of Restaurant: Coffee, Japanese, Dessert, Crepes, Bubble Tea, Tea
Price Range: $
Ambiance (out of five)/Setting/Design/service:
5/5 – Not too quite yet not to silent, the design of the coffee shop was so quaint and cute – nothing matched yet it all was well tied together by the earthy tones
Overall: 7.5/10
(1-4: will never come back, 5: pass (I’m okay with a tinier morsel), 6: acceptable, 7: okay, 8: good, 9: Wow! Please enlarge my morsel. 10: Perfection. I could eat a morsel of this every day!)
Will come back? Yes – not for the food but for the atmosphere
What I ate:
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Bacon and Cheese Crepe
  • 7/10
  • There was definitely not enough cheese and bacon – it was also not spread equally throughout the crepe, it was all concentrated in one area
  • The crepe itself was just the right sweetness and the crunchiness of the outside parts of the crepe was good
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House Milk Tea
  • 6/10
  • The milk tea had a very faint tea flavour
  • Would have preferred a stronger flavour in the drink and less milk
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Nutella Crepe
  • 8/10
  • Crepe is the same as the bacon and cheese
  • Good amount of Nutella given
Things to Improve on: The amount of filling or at least spreading the filling so it’s all around the crepe, increase the strong-ness of the tea in the milk tea
Summary: Good place to talk with friends over a snack and some drinks
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