Updated 4 June 2009: Replaced by Chloe Cafe (Vietnamese).
For this cake meet, we had Angie joined Polly and me. Since Angie lives in West Vancouver, we try to meet in Vancouver. We decided to meet at Italia Deli & Cafe on Granville St.
Italia Deli & Cafe is family owned and operated since 2004.
This is a small cafe with about 5 tables and few high seat overlooking the street. There are a few chairs outside the cafe, good for warmer weather. There are also some sofas at the inner side of the cafe with a large TV. It will be great for nights with game telecast. I like the nostalgic black and white photos of old movies stars (I presumed Italian) which decorated the wall.
Angie was late that morning, so Polly and I started off with some coffees and sweet treats.
Polly had a small Coffee Mocha for $2.50 while I just ordered regular coffee.
We ordered two Jewish cookies with strawberry filings for just 50cents each.
We cant believe this slice of Cherry Cheesecake only costs $2.00.
When Angie joined us slightly later, we ordered some sandwiches to share.
This is Grilled Napoli Paninis with Italian ham and provolone cheese and mustard sauce. It costs $5.99.
We also had this Vegetarian Deli Sud for $5.49. It has roasted pepper, egg plant and artichoke.
It was a great to get together with Angie. We should do this more often.
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the food looks so good! and $6 for a panini sounds awesome. (or maybe this is cuz i just got back from chicago where i paid $13)
Nice pictures. Those Jewish cookies are called Hamantashen, which translates to Haman’s ears. They look like ears right?