Cool shop with sweets and coffee. They've got a lot of character, and a great spot on the corner to sit at and watch all the people walk by. I got a milk shake and it was great, but a little too liquidy.
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We really wanted a stop for something refreshing and cold on a hot day - it had a very relaxed, happy and friendly vibe with chatty locals, great drinks and happy staff. It was a quick but lovely stop to rest our feet and refresh!...More
An awesome venue selling fresh coffee, beautiful ice cream, dried fruits and nuts and retro sweets Totally beautiful inside and so old fashioned but so cool. Love the way that you can just sit looking out into the street and sit there people watching whilst...More
The location of this cafe is great- it gives right onto a busy Kensington market street. This means you can people watch all day! The coffee isn't as sweet as some other cafes in Kensington, but it definitely gets a good rating because of its...More
We were glad to find this coffee place, while walking thru' the Market area, as I was dying for some caffeine. Walked in and saw the candy counter over to the right, and then turned left and found where to purchase our coffee. Jam-packed in...More
what a throwback, very cool candy shop. whole family loved it from us oldies to the kids. thank goodness there are still real coffee shops with real coffee. finally i didn't have to feel scared of barista attitude,casa just poured a good coffee. we bought...More
This is one of my favourite cafes in Toronto. It's a complete hole in the wall, but I have always found the coffees to be excellent and the staff to be friendly. It's a nice oasis in the middle of Kensington, which - while a...More
I just love going to Casa Acoreana, good coffee served by skilful baristas and there are indoor and outdoor seating. Really nice to sip coffee and write travel diaries and to look at people there. Highly recommended.
Doesn't look like much from outside but once you enter to the bustle and hustle of regulars and the aroma of sweet teas and ground coffee, you know you're in a good place. Great product, socially conscious, very inexpensive, unpretentious and definitely best place to...More
Known by its other name, Louis' Coffee, this literal hole in the wall was a welcome refuge in the soaring heat of this year's summer in Toronto. A cross between a wildlife lookout and a bastion, you get to see pedestrian traffic crisscrossing one of...More