Wow, the soups here are incredible. I am not sure how the chef manages to sing his broth into a magical warming elixir of deliciousness (I think he serves cold soups like gazpacho in summer as well.) His soups layer flavours and textures so you taste seasonings, you taste herbs, the fleeting flavour of butter, the earthiness of potato skins, velvety cream, chunky vegetables, the salt of bacon fat, against a smooth liquid canvas. And speaking of canvas the art on the walls are both reasonably priced and present bonafide up and coming local talent. The showcase of treats at the front beside the till are homemade style simple treats, cookies, or slices of loafs or bars glistening with a sugar frosting. The baker? She is equally talented as the soup maker. The secret to their success? Fresh, real ingredients, and cooking that is from scratch. This place is a true labour of love and their food is excellent. Be sure to seek out this cafe that is in a house. Well-frequented by locals, because that's just how good this place is. Oh and the prices for those stellar desserts? Much lower than my other favorite cafe-bakery Bliss in Peachland. And the soups here just nudge in front of Bliss. Their sandwich specials change daily, but I just can't think beyond the stellar soups and desserts here.
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