Cora, Vancouver BC

I used to love I-Hop until I met Cora. Cora took breakfast into different level. Cora offers lunch items too, although one look in their menu and you would thought that they are just more of a breakfast place. Not really, we’ve been going to Cora 3 times already during lunch time. I love how they try to add fresh fruits in almost every item in their menu. They have assortment of pancakes, sweet & savoury crepes and the usual eggs breakfast, sandwiches, soups and a lot more. You can tell that they use fresh ingredients , it shows in the quality of the food. The food is nicely plated too.The fruits are cut very creatively , it’s almost a shame to eat it. The serving portion is good, at least for it is enough to feed a hungry tummy. Their pricing is a little bit high though. Well,I guess it’s the price you pay for getting something good. It may not be the place that you could go to regularly, but surely a place you could go when you want to treat yourself for a nice crepes and MORE. Allow me to share with you our favourite orders here. Let’s get started.

Eggs Ben Et Dictine : Poached eggs on an English muffin covered with hollandaise sauce served with roasted potatoes and fresh fruit. Available with one, two or three poached eggs!

This is probably the best item in their menu. I have to warn you though, you don’t get to eat something this good for “few” calories. This is a killer and a No,No when you are trying to watch your diet. The culprit is the creamy and delicious hollandaise sauce! This sauce is basically egg yolks & butter, lots of them. But I still urge you to at least try it. They have few variations available. The Asparagus, Swiss Cheese , Smoked Salmon, Ham & Tomatoes , Bacon & Green Onions. You can also request for add-on like chicken, this is what I did when I ordered the Asparagus , Swiss Cheese. You can choose from 1,2 or 3 eggs too, and all variations comes with fresh fruits beautifully prepared. There’s so many more that I want to try, but I kept ending up ordering Benedict every time we visit. I’ll keep on trying, maybe next time it will be different ūüôā

Asparagus , Swiss Cheese

Cora, Vancouver BC

Asparagus , Swiss Cheese + Chicken

Chicken Swiss Cheese Eggs Ben et Dictineict at CORA

Chicken Swiss Cheese Eggs Ben et Dictineict

Smoke Salmon

Salmon Eggs Benedicte at CORA

Ham

Ham Eggs Benedicte at CORA

Ham Eggs Benedicte at CORA

Classic Burger with Medium Poach Egg

Beef burger topped with melted cheese, bacon, lettuce, tomato, red onion, mayonnaise and barbecue sauce. All on a ciabatta bread and served with your choice of: house salad with quinoa, mixed salad with ranch dressing, or roasted potatoes.

Classic Burger with Medium Poach Egg at CORA

Veggie Skillet

Feel like going meatless for the day? This Vegetable Skillet is a good option for you. This have Broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, red and green peppers, tomatoes, onions, green onions, mushrooms, spinach, roasted potatoes and béchamel sauce, topped with melted Cheddar cheese. Served with choice of: house salad with quinoa, mixed salad with ranch dressing, or roasted potatoes.

Veggie Skillet at CORA

Spring Lunch: Vegetable Skillet

April 89

Crêpe filled with fresh fruit with custard or chocolatey-hazelnut spread. Also offered in a smaller serving.

April 89 Sweet Crepe at CORA

Custard Mix Fruit Crepe

April 89 Crepe at CORA

Custard Mix Fruit Crepe

Categories: Taste of Vancouver

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