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Moonbeam Coffee overlooks Saint Andrews Street in Kensington Market area. This cute little coffee place, is easy to spot - just follow the delicious aroma and you'll be there. Offering some of the best varieties of coffees and teas from all over the world, this Moonbeam is a crusader for the disadvantaged coffee and tea growers from under-developed nations. Tea-lovers would be pleasantly surprised with the range of loose teas they stock. Also on offer are awesome baked products like muffins and vegan cookies that you can munch on while enjoying, what locals claim to be the best coffee in Kensington Market.
The Dineen Coffee Company, in the Dineen Building, is located in the heart of Toronto. Quaint and traditional interiors make up the coffee house. Apart from the appealing looks, the food and coffee here are worth trying. The finest coffee, ice teas, mocha and herbal tea go well with the snacks on the menu. Catering services are also provided by Dineen Coffee Company, to your convenient location. If you haven't been here already, what are you waiting for?
This quaint coffee-shop is ready to delight you with its communal table set-up. Known for it's ambiance and warm-set-up, the interiors here are quite welcoming, with various seating areas, including an elevated section. The cafe serves steaming cups of espressos and you can munch on various freshly baked goodies. If you're looking for something cool, they have iced lattes and yogurt too. The unique set-up allows more scope for interesting conversation with strangers, making new friends or catching up with old ones on a hot cup of Joe.
Located on the east side of King Street, this coffee house serves aromatic coffee and culinary delights, making it very popular around town. Rooster Coffee House has a wide menu offering sandwiches, salads, soups, wraps, baked food and beverages like latte, espresso and juices. Quaint interiors give it a very cozy and comfortable feel, making it an ideal place to grab a cup of coffee with your group of friends and loved ones. Take a break, and visit Rooster Coffee House, when in Toronto.
One thing that this coffee-house is clearly extremely proud of is its hospitality & customer service; with good reason, too. It regularly features in local magazines' lists of the best coffee joints in Toronto. The varied coffees on the menu are accompanied by an assortment of baked goods & sandwiches, made from fresh produce and approved even by lovers of all things organic. Jimmy's Coffee also aims to give a boost to the local art-scene by exhibiting works by local artists on its walls.
With bright, airy, welcoming interiors and the refreshing aroma of freshly brewed coffee instantly hitting your senses as soon as you enter, Reunion Island Coffee is every bit your quintessential coffee shop. What sets it apart is its use of single-origin beans it its brews, and a brewing process that retains the nuances of the coffee's original flavor. Hand over your coffee needs to expert baristas, and watch them work deftly behind their compact Modbar espresso machines. This roastery offers reasonably-priced coffees, coupled with a smattering of baked goodies sourced from local bakeshops like Bunner's and La Bamboche.
No one does afternoon teas like T-Buds on the Yonge Street. A gem of Bedford Park, this charming tea-room is the place to go when you want dainty, afternoon teas with a bunch of friends. The place offers a wide variety of lose teas from all over the world and palatable munchies to go with your choice of beverages. You can choose from pre-set menus like the English Tea or American Brunch. Although the teas in themselves are exquisite, the finger foods are insanely delicious too! Also on offer are a range of sweet as well as savory crepes with distinct, innovative toppings. Try the Arabic Bazaar or The Moghul, they come highly recommended. The staff is attentive, extremely child-friendly and the place, on the whole is definitely worth a visit, whether you're with friends or family.