Matchstick Coffee Roasters: New Location in Chinatown

Diana Chan October 5, 2014 Cafe, Chinatown, Three Beakers


Matchstick Coffee has opened their newest location in Chinatown close to Phnom Penh. They are a specialty roastery and retailer in Vancouver, BC, with an emphasis on hand-crafted preparation and delivery of single-origin coffees. Their Chinatown location is a lot bigger than their Kingsway/Fraser location. It’s a great place to work or relax with friends.

I came here with my coworkers to grab a cup of coffee and a snack and then head back to our office. Besides coffee and pastries, they do sell breakfast and lunch.


They sell coffee in their cute packaging. They have 6 varieties that vary in taste.


They make really good and strong pour overs.


I decided to get my usual cappuccino.


Cappuccino ($3.25) is quite smooth and creamy. The espresso is strong and I really enjoy their coffee.


Savoury Puff Tart has squash, béchamel, ricotta & kale. The puff pastry was really flakey  and made lovely crunch noise when I bit down on it. Then the yummy ricotta taste fills your mouth.

Overall, it’s great to have a hip coffee shop in Chinatown. It’s really changing up Chinatown and it should be interesting to see how that neighbourhood transforms in the next few years.

We Rate Matchstick Coffee Roasters: 

213 East Georgia Street
Vancouver, BC


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About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.