Foodology

Usagi Sweets: Japanese Sweets in Vancouver

Diana Chan March 16, 2019 Cafe, Dessert, Fairview, Japanese

Usagi Sweets is a small shop with Japanese pastries like mochi mochi, brownies, cookies, and other sweet treats. It is run by the daughter of the owners of the now defunct Basho Cafe, which has now become Yama Cafe after switching ownership.

I had to make a stop here with my friend to chat over mom life. Sometimes it’s just nice to relax and take a break from our babies.

Interior

The space is small and only has 3 tables, so its hard to fit large groups. It’s a good space for a coffee chat over drinks and treats.

Onigiri Lunch Set

The only savoury item on the menu is their onigiri lunch set with 2 onigiri rice balls, pickled veggies, egg, black sesame green beans, broccoli, and pumpkin. We decided to split this and it was a nice item to just munch on and pick at the items on the plate. Very nice clean flavours that won’t weigh you down. All this for $11.

Usucha

This is a traditional matcha tea with a bright green vibrant colour but it is unsweetened.

Houjicha

This is their pot of roasted green tea that has a brown colour to it.

Assorted Sweets

We ordered a lot of sweets to share – matcha mochi, cream cheese mochi, matcha espresso cookie, goma miso brownie, matcha alfajores, houjicha cookie, and black sesame mochi. It’s always good to get an assortment of treats.

Final Thoughts

The space is really cute and great little spot to catch up with friends. It is busier on the weekends but during weekdays it’s not too bad and we were able to get a table. A lot of people come here to get the sweets to-go but its nice to be able to sit here if you have the time.

Address:
3720 Oak St, Vancouver, BC

Website:
https://www.usagisweets.com/

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.

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