Located under BC hobbies and shavers, is hidden a lunch time cafe with its fair share of home made soups and sandwiches.
On Friday nights they have the "Friday night quiz" where people make teams and compete in a quiz given by 2 English quiz masters
I just read the review about The Fort Street Cafe and I have to agree. The gang down there at this very unassuming place whip up a fantastic lunch. Try their roasted tomato soup with a homemade scone absolutely delicious.
A very cheery bunch working there as well. Looking for a good, healthy , inexpensive lunch in Victoria you can't go wrong with The Fort Street Cafe.
I had to add this place because I know not many people know about it. Although it does get pretty busy during the lunch rush but the cafeteria style café helps move things along.
I go at least once a week and i enjoy it every time.
The food is always great. I suggest the cranberry tuna wrap with one of their home made soups.
The service is great. The team behind the counter greets me every time I come in and takes the time to shoot the breeze with me even if they’re busy.
A very interesting and ever changing art installation along with great music makes this one of my favourites.
I've never eaten at the Fort Cafe for lunch, but their Friday Night Quiz food is delicious. I had the cheesecake bites and the grilled mac and cheese (an original variation on regular mac&cheese), and my friend had the nachos, and everything was delicious! The Friday Night Quiz is casual and fun, with two very much hilarious hosts. All in all an awesome alternative to the standard Friday "club/pub" night.