Honey Donuts is a popular spot in Deep Cove to indulge on their donuts and coffee. They serve up home cooked and freshly prepared wholesome food.
The small beautiful village of Deep Cove is 20 minutes away from Vancouver and is popular for kayaking, paddle boarding, boating and of course hiking. The downside is that parking is super tough to find when it’s busy. Also, use debit cards or cash when coming here.
There are a decent amount of seats inside and outside, but if it’s raining, most people prefer a seat inside where its warm and dry.
We came here over the holidays and it seemed like most people at Deep Cove was here getting lunch.
All the coffee is self-serve. So, you pay at the counter and they serve yourself. Refills are not free.
Coffee and Donuts
We managed to find a seat quickly as another party just left. We had our donuts and coffee ready for our afternoon snack. There were 4 types of drip coffee available, but I just chose the Honey Blend.
Classic Donut was huge and had a light cake-like texture inside. It seemed like it was soaked in honey and I didn’t feel like it was too sweet.
Chocolate Donut is like their classic donut dipped in chocolate. M didn’t really like this as the texture of the donut wasn’t what he expected. Different texture than a traditional donut as it was a bit oilier.
Overall, it’s a nice place to have a snack in the afternoon. It is very popular, so it can get very very busy at peak hours.
We Rate Honey Donuts:
4373 Gallant Avenue, North Vancouver