Moii Cafe: Crepe and Teas in Vancouver

Diana Chan May 8, 2014 Cafe, Fairview, Kid Friendly, lunch, Three Beakers


Right under the Vancity Credit Union on Cambie and Broadway is Moii Cafe. They have actually been around for a few years. It’s a popular spot among university students as it has the perfect atmosphere to study, plus the right type of food to keep the brain fueled. Ok, not really, but who doesn’t like crepes.


The interior is quite cozy and homey. There’s a good amount of space to study alone of with friends. As for me and Magz, we came here for a quick bite of lunch and to chit-chat about work and life.


They offer a variety of savoury and sweet crepes. The menu is a little bit misleading because a few items aren’t available due to seasonality.


There’s also a large wall of different drinks. There’s hot drink and cold drinks available.


Cold Honey Green Tea ($3.75) is pretty standard drink, i felt this was a tad sweet, but it’s a good pairing with a savoury crepe to balance it out.


Cold Lychee Green Tea ($3.75) has a very distinct lychee taste. Very good if you like the taste of sweet lychee.


Terimayo Crepe ($9.50) has chicken, bonito takes, cheese, okonomi sauce, pepper, mayo and wasabi. It’s not spicy at all. It’s a pretty good crepe. We enjoyed it.


Cheesecake crepe ($8.50) comes with ice cream on the side.  The crepe has a slice of cheesecake inside wrapped in the crepe and topped with honey and powdered sugar. The cheese cake isn’t consistent inside as it is cut up into slices. It tasted ok, but we prefer the savoury crepe.

Overall, it’s a nice spot to hangout during the day with friends. They have wifi available too.

We rate Moii Cafe

2559 Cambie 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.