Cafe Medina

4 Dec

We waited 45 minutes for a table at Cafe Medina (556 Beatty St., Vancouver), for Sunday brunch. It was definitely worth the wait! I kicked off my meal with a lavender latte, the most delicious cup of caffeine I’ve had in a while. There’s a reason is the most popular drink at Medina. Fried pita chips were nicely seasoned, and a great shareable appetizer.

The tagine ($14), was a very filling entree of 2 perfectly poached eggs and merguez sausage served in a spicy tomato stew.

Cafe Medina is known for its Belgian waffles, so of course I had to order one! It was lighter and fluffier than the Liege waffles I’ve had in Brussels, and there are a plethora of toppings to choose from. The fig and orange marmalade was thick, orangey goodness with big fig pieces.

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