Address: 685 Lansdowne Ave.
Store Hours: Mon-Fri 7 AM - 7 PM, Sat 8 AM - 6 PM, Sun Closed
Study Appropriate?: Yes
Stamp Cards?: No
Drinks - Soy/Almond/Lactose-Free Options?: Yes to all
- Offers iced americano during the summer
- Offers coconut lattes
- Offers Ethiopian traditional coffee
Food - Vegan/Vegetarian/Gluten-Free Options?: Yes to all
- Muffins and croissants baked fresh in-house everyday
- Sandwiches made fresh for order
- Vegetarian sandwiches available
Toasted Caramel Rooibos, $2.50
Drink of Choice: Small Coconut Latte, $3.75
Update: I will no longer be recommending this cafe to anyone. Please read full story here: http://torontocafeandfood.blogspot.ca/2014/11/not-recommended-toronto-coffee-and-tea.html
Toronto Coffee and Tea House's specialty is their coconut latte, which I had a chance to try. The coconut taste was not strong but rather had an undertone of it in the latte. It wasn't something I was crazy over for though. It's unique because there aren't many cafes that offer coconut lattes. I also had their toasted caramel rooibos tea, but I don't recall much on the taste. I think it was a nice cup of tea.
Atmosphere-wise, I quite enjoyed it. It was a peaceful place to do some work and they had some very seductive music that was relaxing to listen to. The cafe was planning on hosting a piano or guitar night for some live music once a week. Since it's been awhile since I was at the cafe, I'm unsure if these events are currently happening.