Net Loft Cafe on Granville Island offers a wide range of foods and hot drinks to cover all appetites. We’re open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so anytime you feel hungry just stop on by! Choose from a variety of burgers and sandwiches, desserts and snacks, and regular and specialty coffees made fresh to order. All meals cooked individually -- always fresh!
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The food's fine, service great, reasonable pricing. What's important is, lesser crowd than in the market.
So what we did was, walk around then return for food/drinks. Avoid the lines. Did not try everything as there is a fair selection, including coffees, teas etc.
Besides there's also the specialty stores around. Strangely, not much signages to alert visitors. We had been here years, now we know. With this, now YOU know too.
We have been to Granville Island many times but this is the first time we discovered this little cafe inside the NetLoft building. They served organic freshly brewed coffee and on their menu there were some fancy coffees which make it more delightful & more choices. We were fascinated by the huge sizes of the baked goods. The cookies, date slices, banana bread, scones. Everything here is enormous and generous in size. I am not complaining of course! Since they are serving all day breakfast, we order one egg benedict to share which was really amazing. I tried the homemade lemonade & my partner had ice chai latte. Both of us are happy with our food & our drinks.Oh yes, the date square is the best! We will be back for sure.
Went on a weekend and found great pleasure in the food and service. Music, magic shows were on hand for entertainment. Apparently, its throughout the week too.
We had the Mushroom and Mozarella burger which I found surprisingly good. Fries were the way we loved them.
People around were pleasant too, tourist and locals alike. Ambiance was nice as to avoid all the noice and crowd in the market proper.
The cafe is set in a building across from the public market so for most who are are new they may not realised the cafe, this mall which is warm during the cold months and cool during summer also houses specialty stores. That's a win-win.
Will visit when we return, as they also serve all-day breakfast. Cool.
I came across Servasty's coffee when I was walking around Granville Island with a friend. We were surprised about this place and how good it was. It is so enclosed and I think people should hear about this place. It has a reasonable price. Food there is tasty. Staff is friendly. The atmosphere around it is nice to just hanging around with friends sipping on a cup of coffee. This has definitely made its place into my list of good cafes. I reccommend this to people who like having good times and good food with some lovely coffee and its rich aroma.
i really enjoyed it!
service was friendly and food was delicious
me and my friend ordered some brownies and banana breads,
which were scumptious,
the coffee was great too! apperently organic (which was delightful to hear)
i ordered a latte, which was really nice and smooth, my friend ordered a cappuccino, and she thought that was great too
the price was reasonable as well
definitely going back again :)
Grabbed 3 hot drinks to go from the cafe while on Granville Island yesterday afternoon. It's Granville Island, so of course expect to pay a little more...but also expect decent quality...
Sorry to say the plain coffee (self serve) was mediocre, no different from what I can get at the gas station...adequate, hot and caffeinated.
My daughter ordered a specialty coffee - something with mocha and raspberry - she didn't finish it, although she did love the whip cream and raspberry syrup on top, she stopped when she got to the coffee.
I ordered a no whip mocha, took 2 sips and tossed it in the trash. It tasted old, was nearly cold, the mocha flavour was lacking...kinda tasted like someone mixed instant hot chocolate mix in with leftover re-heatede coffee. I'm guessing that's about what it was.
Totally disappointed for $15.00
There are better places to grab a hot drink on Granville Island.