We got a couple of their sandwiches that were made on sourdough bread (Montreal smoked beef and the Genny). The flavors are largely salty and the layer of meat is paper thin so it was very difficult to appreciate much. Tried their Jasmine tea fog and lavender lemonade - the lemonade had a hint of lavender but was otherwise a standard lemonade. The ambiance is great and would go back for that, as well as to peruse their collection. A nice place to sit and chat.
A small cafe with big personality. Pulp Fiction has interesting decor, a comforting vibe, and a reasonably diverse menu. Currently you can tell that effort has been made to provide more “summery” options; chilled drinks etc. The drip coffee is good. The americano is the second best in town. The owner is an affable gentleman who fits the theme of the shop. The interior smells like books, probably because it doubles as a bookstore. It all adds to the charm of a very unique and interesting place to stop for a delicious coffee.
The caffeine crawl in Kelowna continues at Pulp Fiction Coffee House. Conveniently located in a lively neighborhood with lots of seating inside and outside to enjoy your coffee and pastries. There's lots to see here and it has a great atmosphere for catching up and talking story. There's even a rare books collection and you can easily spend half an hour wandering around looking at all the different posters.
Awesome coffee with lots of flavour and fun options. Great vibes inside and an awesome place to work and get stuff done (they have wifi). Cool music too. I also love their salted caramel cold brew. Only downside is that it’s quite expensive. This coffee was $8.
As usual, I forgot to take pix before we started eating. I had the ham and egger sandwich which was customized even tho the till clerk thought maybe they couldn’t. The cinnamon bun fills the plate. Tasty. Not far off the waterfront promenade.
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