Snow was in the air so we knew a hot beverage would be just the ticket. Whitebark is clean and contemporary, a small spot, buzzing with folks coming in and out for their morning beverage and/or a bite to eat.
Siddall went with the quiche, which was served hot, packed with tasty tidbits and came with a delicious quinoa side salad. The sauce was amazing, and I would have stolen the salad off her plate except for the sneaky raisins hiding in there.
She had a dry cappuccino, and it earned the thumbs up – and the raspberry, white chocolate muffin, of which she was only going to have a couple bites, was gone in short order.
My winner of the morning was the lemon bar. With a “made in-house” tagline the lemon bar wasn’t too sweet and had enough of that tart punch to make one’s mouth water. Winner of the cafe that’s for sure.
I had the Chai Tea – it was hot and it was flavourful, but a little too sweet, and a bit too heavy on a certain spice, I just couldn’t pinpoint which one. I’ve also had mind blowing Chai Tea in a literal hole in the wall in India so I guess it’s hard even compare North American ones anymore.
Whitebark is a cozy reprieve from a cool morning, thanks Frances!