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Juliet's Cafe and Catering

1905 Cornwall Avenue
Vancouver, BC V6J1C8
Tel: (604) 732-8212
Fax: (604) 732-8262
Neighbourhood: Kitsilano
  • Cuisine: Cafe, Diner
  • Price: $$$ ($30 - $45)
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Weekend brunch
  • Juliet's owner is a romantic and warms to the idea that Romeo, the owner, who declares he is working hard to earn his first million had changed the name of this honest place from Romeo's to Juliet's, in honour of -- his little daughter. Newly expanded neighbourhood favourite serves memorable home-style breakfasts, lunches, and has just opened for dinner. Sidewalk patio with noise-calming plants.


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Home away from home
By jemma1234 of Vancouver (1 Review)
Submitted Monday, June 8, 2009 - 2:35am [Dine in]

This cafe is a diamond in the rough. The decor inside the restaurant (family picture frames and mismatched furniture) make the costumer feel as if they had walked into the comfort of a friend's private home. The food is fantastic and their breakfasts are especially great for hangovers. The eggs benedict and potatoes are mouth watering. Lunch sandwiches are also fantastic! You must test this place out. It is one of my favorites and after introducing it to my friends they love love love it too!

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not a drive by
By inthegrove93 of Langley (8 Reviews)
Submitted Saturday, December 29, 2012 - 12:42pm [Dine in]

Arrived at Juliet's after scouring Kits for a breakfast joint where you don't have to wait. The location is great and the decor is like being at an eccentric uncle's place. When you order your food at the counter, there is the eccentric uncle. He is a warm and welcoming man bringing steaming, mismatched cups of coffee to you at the counter. When you have a seat you take in the homey ambiance. Our breakfasts were very good and reasonably priced. The parmesan sauce on the eggs benny was very good. You could serve that sauce with any food and it would be good. My only complaint is that I ordered sausage and eggs and got two sausages. I thought that was a bit cheap. One more and the meal would have been perfect As stated by most other reviews, the bread is first rate. I think I will try a sandwich during my next visit.

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Homemade Bread
By jaime5263 of Vancouver (3 Reviews)
Submitted Friday, October 5, 2007 - 1:02pm [Dine in]

I work across the street from Juliet's and we use them for lunch time catering. Their sandwiches are always SO good, the homemade bread is wonderful. They are consistent in delivering delish food. We also order muffins for early morning meetings and they arrive fresh out of the oven - so warm and yummy!

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Charming place for lunch
By Anemone of Seattle (1 Review)
Submitted Sunday, July 1, 2007 - 9:35am [Dine in]

We tried Juliet's for a Saturday afternoon late lunch. We tried the mixed field greens salad, tuna melt sandwich, and grilled lamb sandwich. Everything was very good and the we particularly liked the home-made bread. The iced mocha was perfect. I would definitely go there again to try more of their menu items.

The atmosphere and servie were very pleasant, it was a good spot to enjoy a sunny afternoon in Kitsilano.

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if you want to have an upset stomach in the morning.
By bart_weisser of Vancouver (22 Reviews)
Submitted Friday, April 7, 2006 - 12:22pm [Dine in]

We went at around 7:45 am, and ordered some eggs and French toast, and some coffee. We got charged about 20$ for ...

1) eggs that were cooked in the microwave
2) bacons that were cooked in the microwave
3) French toasts that were "cooked" in a deep frier
4) Potatoes that were also cooked in the same deep frier with the French toasts.
5) syrup so watered down, it tasted like water.
6) "Whipped" cream, that looked more like powdered sugar.

Perhaps the kitchen wasn't yet fully staffed at that time, but such practices were simply out of line. Did I mentioned we paid 20$ for all that?

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