I have driven past Porter's many times working for the Township of Langley and finally got a chance to stop in and see what this place was about. The building is an old heritage general store (110 years old) that belonged to the Porter family of Murrayville and they have turned it into a coffee shop.
It's a pleasant little shop that has a lot of the old 1900's style artifacts still in it such as old soap boxes, metal tins, an antique cash register, and even the old furnishings from the old store (radio, post office signage, and parcel table.
I chose the medium white chocolate mocha and a cheese scone which totaled $4.95 It surpassed Starbucks and the scone was freshly home baked which was a real treat. My fiancee had the same drink as I did but got the cranberry muffin, also fresh and tasty and added "you can taste that they made it here and not in a factory" They also have soups, sandwiches, hot and cold drinks, and a dinner entree special every night that runs about $11.99 yesterday's special was ham and pineapple scalloped potatoes.
If you want a break from the coffee chains come to Porter's, invite some friends, and being here just bring you back to a time where things were at a slower pace where people can enjoy a great cup of coffee in a cozy atmosphere.
p.s. I live in Cloverdale and we make the drive to Murrayville in Langley just to have a coffee