Habit Coffee

Written by on June 4, 2016 in I Eat Canada, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

(habitcoffee.com) – Chinatown neighborhood of Victoria, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada

Habit Coffee Chinatown 2

How I heard of this place: When we told our once-local friend that we were headed to his hometown for the weekend, he suggested two coffee shops. This one was right down the street, and immediately became our first stop.

Habit Coffee Chinatown Chalkboard Menu

Type of cuisine: Focus on coffee;
Habit Coffee Chinatown Espresso Machine
pastries on the side.
Habit Coffee Chinatown Pastry Case
Ambiance: Habit Coffee’s original location in opened January of 2007 on the doorsteps of Fan Tan Alley, and it quickly became a hub for people who enjoy connecting with friends and the local community.
Habit Coffee Chinatown Outdoor Bench 2
Rustic and hand-built by friends and family,
Habit Coffee Chinatown Inside
you’ll find works from local artists on the wall,
Habit Coffee Chinatown Seating & Loft
an event board keeping you on top of what’s going on and a big rack of cool magazines to flip through while you drink your coffee.
Habit Coffee Chinatown Magazine Selection
What I ordered: An iced mocha (with a touch of vanilla, their only additional flavour) for me and one for my husband ($6 each).
Habit Coffee Chinatown Iced Mocha
What I loved: The intricate, slightly sweet, perfectly smooth coffee and real chocolate.
Habit Coffee Chinatown Seating & Magazine Wall
Why I loved it: Outside of baristas that are full with an err of pretentiousness and unwilling to be helpful, nor pleasant in their interactions, the space is quite unique, the seating cool andhomemade, and the coffee certainly worth a return trip.
Habit Coffee Chinatown Indoor Bench 2
Cost: Average (CAD $3 – CAD $5 per espresso beverage)
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