Tracycakes Bakery Cafe in Langley is located in a cute little heritage home. This place about 30 – 40 minutes away from Vancouver depending on traffic. We were invited to give their high tea a try.
I was pretty excited since I love high tea and it’s not that often I visit Langley.
The interior is very cute like you’re dining in someone’s living room. since it is a heritage home, you are sitting in someone’s home.
Everything here is on point and very cozy. Fresh tulips on the table too.
They serve Mighty Leaf Teas as well as some other blends. I went with the Breakfast Americana, which is a blend of English breakfast black tea.
The saucers are all really cute and each one is a little different.
Add some milk and sugar to your tea.
Signature High Tea
Their signature high tea includes:
- Assorted finger sandwiches on the first tier
- Freshly baked scones on the second tier
- Our house-made Devonshire cream
- Artisanal preserves
- Assorted dainties and babycakes on the third tier
- Seasonal sliced fresh fruit
- Your choice of loose leaf teas or Artisan roasted coffees
The first tier had the assorted sandwiches with a cheesy palmier pastry. All the other sandwiches were really delicious, my favourite was surprisingly the tomato and pesto. The cheesy palmier pastry was also amazing as well.
On the second tier were their pineapple scones topped with powdered sugar. You can spread their jam and house-made Devonshire cream all over it.
The pineapple scone was very flakey. I cut it in half and spread the Devonshire cream and jam on it.
The third and final tier has their dainties and babycakes. There are brownies, eclairs, cookies, fruit and the little cupcakes.
Overall, it was a great high tea experience and the price is pretty good compared to some of the other places in Vancouver. If you live further away from the city, Tracycakes is a great place to go to. The atmosphere is nice and the staff are friendly too.
We Rate Tracycakes:
21594 48 Avenue, Langley, BC