They scored a 9/10 in my review for good reason, it’s an absolutely awesome coffee shop.
Fill my Shop with Food!
If you’re a shop owner with no kitchen, or a limited space to prepare food, you probably don’t need me to tell you how much of a pain in the arse it is to make sure your customers are well fed. In my experience, bulk options always seem to fall short on the quality front. Add to this the fact that people are more inclined than ever to buy vegetarian and vegan options for their brunch items.
You know what I mean, the three of you in the group are fine, but Sandra, well she’s a vegan and doesn’t want to eat another banana for breakfast whilst you eat bacon.
Everything they sell wholesale is made from scratch and in house.
The owner, Summer Dotinga, said, “We use primarily organic ingredients, flours sourced from locally (woman) owned Flourist and Anita’s. Everything from the buns to sauce we put together ourselves.”
I’m a shop owner, what can I buy?
First things first, I should state that if you’re not a shop owner, you can still buy all this stuff in their shop.
Veggie Roll (vegetarian and plant-based options available)
Pesto Grilled Cheese
Herb and Cheese Scone
Puff pastry squares (business can top with any toppings they choose, we are able to take on limited accounts for these)
Chocolate Chip Cookie, plant-based (They have another plant-based cookie in the works)
Passion Fruit loaf, plant-based
Maple Hazelnut loaf, plant-based
Granola, (plant-based). – The granola is full of almond meal from their house-made almond milk, oats, seeds, dried fruits and naturally sweetened with fruit and maple syrup. (They also sell it by the pound at the cafe)
Shut up and Take my Money!
So what do you do if you want to have any of this adorning your cafe tables? Contact the owner that’s what.