Qoo Cafe on Granville St, Vancouver

We found a new Hong Kong style cafe on Granville St., Vancouver.


The English name is Qoo Cafe while it’s Chinese name in Cantonese is “Mai Ji Lin” (from my limited Chinese knowledge) which sounded like michelin to me, 🙂


What I like about this place is that it does not feel cramp. I also like the music video displaying on the TV which I had a direct view. It’s a concert by Joey Yung.


We ordered two dishes to share. The above is the Penang Fried Koey Teow. It was quite a large serving but the hint of belacan is just mild.


The noodle dish came with a drink. Ben had ice milk tea with a dollar extra. The tea was strong and nice.


The second dish we ordered was Stir Fried Eggplant and Okra. This comes with rice and soup.


We really like the combination of eggplant and okra and this flavourful dish goes well with steamed rice. Be warn that the dish is quite oily as the eggplant and okra is pre-fried with oil before stir fried with the meat sauce.


Qoo accepts cash only.

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You can click on the menu above to have a larger view.

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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. LotusRapper

    This was the original location of Flo Tea Room (Marpole location) before they moved to Cambie Village as Soho Tea Room. I don’t know if Flo in Richmond and Soho are still part of the same company, but I know many of Flo Vancouver’s staff went over to Soho.

  2. YVRBC

    get a Qooway card. 10% off for that restaurant and it’s free. I’m not sure if they are related or not though.

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