Langley is a growing community, and its historic and countryside charm has expanded into the evolving bistros around town. Here’s a few of the coffee shops to try that’ll satisfy any palette!
Langley Coffee Shops
A hidden gem in the heart of Downtown Langley that offers a variety of breakfast and luncheon eats. With hearty portions, flavourful drinks, and service so friendly it feels more like an addition to the family, there’s a guarantee that you’ll leave wanting more.
Specializing in Turkish Coffee that come with step by step instructions, even non-coffee drinkers are in for a pleasant surprise.
Located in Walnut Grove, The Water Shed Arts Cafe is an establishment that was brought to life in 2015 that focuses on supporting the surrounding community.
Local art pieces are hung up on the walls, live music nights are featured week to week, and organically sourced food is the main focus on the menu. They even make their own kombucha!
A zesty eatery in Downtown Langley that is well known for its chai lattes and mochas (made from real chocolate!).
The food has a little bit of an Indian influence, with butter chicken wraps and arguably some of the best samosas in town. With an inviting atmosphere, delectable dishes, and coffee brewed to suit individual’s needs, what more could you ask for?
A quaint, young coffee shop that is located in the Milner area. Established in 2016, Twins got its name from the two siblings that opened it, with the wholesome intention of building relationships through coffee. With minimalistic, Pinterest level decor and a soft, charming ambience, it’s sure to be your new spot.
Twins features a variety of unique items on their menu, such as rose lattes, vanilla honeybush teas, and B.L.O.A.T sandwiches. Not only that, but they also have their own in-house florist! Need we say more?
This shop is a hole in the wall breakfast place situated on Langley Bypass. A rotating menu that focuses on both breakfast and lunch items, it’s comfort food without all the guilt.
Every item on the menu is locally sourced and made from scratch in the kitchen daily, ensuring freshness when put on the plate. The restaurant also offers gourmet items that are available to take home — ready to eat meals that are both nutritious and delicious, hand crafted and sent home with love.
This whimsical joint that doubles as both a bookstore and a café, is a haven to those both young and old. Going strong on 20 years, Wendel’s provides the perfect delicacies, ranging from sweet to savoury and everything in between.
The bookstore has an assortment of fiction and non-fiction books, as well as knick knacks that complement the selections flawlessly. What better way to spend an afternoon than to browse through a cozy bookstore with a coffee in hand?
Not to be confused with The Joy Of Cooking, this shop is an independently owned coffee shop in Murrayville.
A fun play on the owners names, Joy & Ron, this joint is known for its living room atmosphere and gluten-free baked goods that are to die for. Their coffee has the perfect amount of bite, and is also available in bulk.
Located in a nook of Fort Langley, Republica is a locally owned coffee roasteria, specializing in fair trade organic coffee. They create unique flavours and blends from Arabica green coffee, and ensure every bag of beans sent out to local businesses and consumers is of the highest quality.
Their flavours of coffee are featured in their coffee shop, with a wide range of agave syrup flavours to enhance each taste. Go support your local roasteria today!
This high tea specialty in the heart of Murrayville, is the perfect spot for a girls day. With over 40 different selections of cupcakes and finger food so good it warms the soul, it’s an instant escape to the world of royalty.
Rustic chic decor, a smorgasbord of menu items and welcoming service complete this reasonably priced tearoom. Their cupcake flavours include Hedgehog, 24 Karat, All Canadian, Appletini, and Caribbean.
This cafe is a funky joint right by the Fraser River in Fort Langley. Priding themselves on serving food with a First Nations twist, this unique café incorporates parts of a Coast Salish diet into their menu.
With a log cabin-like exterior and a open, bright, interior, it’s the ultimate spot to snack on some brunch while looking out at the view. Whether bannock or a cedar artichoke benny is what you’re after, there’s a variety to choose from.
What Langley coffee shop(s) will you visit next? Let us know in the comments below!
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