The Coffee Bun is located in Coquitlam in Henderson Mall. This is their second location as their original one is in North Vancouver. KoreanGirl and I drove past it and were curious about this place, so after we had lunch somewhere else, we came here for a coffee and some snacks.
The space is quite spacious with lots of tables. Perfect for studying or a good place to hang out with friends. The tables are spaced out far apart, so you aren’t up close to others.
Iced Coffee was what KoreanGirl ordered. It was a hot day, so that made sense. The coffee is made with Kicking Horse coffee beans.
Hot Cappuccino is also made with Kicking Horse coffee beans. It was really hot, but after it cooled down it tasted good. It was made by a machine, so it doesn’t have that strong taste of espresso.
The coffee bun is baked with a coffee cream on top to create the aromatic coffee crust on top of the bun. There are 10 flavours of filling for the buns.
- Original Plain (filled with butter)
- Cream Cheese (filled with cream cheese)
- Custard Chouz (filled with soft vanilla cream)
- chocolate (filled with chocolate chips)
- red bean (filled with red bean)
- garlic (topped with coffee and herbs)
- cinnamon (topped with cinnamon)
- pumpkin (filled with sweet pumpkin)
- ice cream (sandwiched with ice cream)
- coffee bun sandwich (sandwiched with ham and cheese)
Depending on the location, the fillings and options can vary.
The original plain coffee bun came right out of the oven and was SO GOOD. The are fresh every 30 minutes, so I would definitely wait till the new batch comes out. The crust is really good and the little bit of butter inside pairs nicely.
Cream Cheese Coffee bun was ok. This one was got wasn’t heated up, so it was a little big unsatisfactory. We thought they would heat this up a little bit.
Custard Coffee bun is filled with the custard cream inside. If you have a slight sweet tooth, then this is what you might enjoy. It’s like a cream puff but inside a coffee bun.
Strawberry and ice cream toast was another item they had for their more dessert-like options. They also have Korean shaved ice and belgian waffles too. The strawberries were frozen and sliced. We weren’t impressed with this.
Overall, a cup of coffee and a fresh coffee bun is best to be ordered.
We Rate Coffee Bun:
1011-1163 Pinetree Way