Subeez Cafe: Brunch Time

Diana Chan April 19, 2012 Two Beakers, Yaletown

Subeez Cafe is located in Yaletown and they serve up brunch on the weekends. CanuckGirl and I went a few years ago and loved their brunch, so we decided to go back to have some more.

They are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner too. They are best known for a light night place to chill and drink.

The interior is quite large and can hold up to 225 people! Its really great for really really large groups. When we went, it seemed like they were understaffed as the service was quite horrible. It took us a while to get water and it also took us a while to place our orders.

Eggs Benny ($12) has soft poached eggs, hollandaise sauce, back bacon, english muffin, hash browns, west coast greens. They have changed their hash browns since the ones on the plate are more like fries.

Croque Madame ($14) has grilled brioche, gruyere and shinkenspeck and baked with mornay, topped with a fried egg, tomato jam and crispy onions. It is also served with west coast greens and hash browns. The hash browns were way too salty!

They definitely have a different version of Croque Madame at Subeez. The small sandwich and eggs were basically swimming in the cheese sauce. I would not order this again. It felt like cheese fondue rather than a sandwich.

Overall, we were both disappointed by the food and service compared to our last visit.

Words of Wisdom:

  • Items can be hit and miss
  • Horrible service
  • Can’t go wrong with any of the eggs benny’s

We rate Subeez:

891 Homer St
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.