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The Larder Cafe

First, to be clear – This is more of a food cafe than a coffee cafe, but still deserves a mention. For one thing, Larder Cafe cafe makes the best avocado toast I’ve ever had. I crave it and its balsamic drizzle.¬†In fact, we love everything we’ve eaten on Larder’s small but thoughtful food menu.

Their coffee beverages are spot on as well. They use beans from a Thai coffee farm and make an excellent cappucchino. Since we don’t normally order coffee beverages with meals, I’ve only tried a cappucchino, but it was damn tasty and represented well.

This may be a decent place to work on a laptop when they first open, but Larder Cafe is normally very busy with people eating full meals. It’s not a great cafe for working, unless you’re having a casual business lunch or a brainstorming meeting over avocado toast (have I mentioned that it’s delicious?), in which case it’s perfect.

There are four 2-tops and one 4-top inside the cafe, plus a long bar with seating for 6. Outside, there are seven 2-tops.

Overall vibe – Squint and you’re in Europe

Outlets – None

Noise Level – Moderate to loud

About the coffee – Beans by Toong’s Coffee Roaster. 100% Thai coffee.

Milk options – They have soy and skim milk

Restroom – Yes

Food served – Super Delicious meals are served for breakfast and lunch.

Alcohol – No

Hours РOpens daily at 8:30am. Kitchen closes at 2pm. Cafe closes at 3pm

Connected to a hostel? – No

Music – Current pop