Iced White Chocolate Matcha Latte.
What a gorgeous drink! It was cool, creamy and refreshing on a hot summer day. I liked the soft sweet white chocolate flavour combined with the slightly astringent and grassy matcha. Yum!
Icy and frothy with mango flavour. The kiddies loved this one and it was healthier than a slurpee!
Belgian Waffle…for dinner! Yee-Hah! Yes, I’m a mommy that lets my kids eat breakfast for dinner! This looked beautiful with the huge swirls of whipped cream…both chocolate and plain on the side. The waffle itself was light and tender; crispy on the outside. It was an excellent waffle.
Katsu Don. This was a homey sort of dish for me. It was a pork cutlet on rice with egg and onions with a light dashi/soy broth. It was good and filling.
Stomach ordered the Rice Burger. We didn’t know what we were going to get. It sounded intriguing. It turns out it’s two rice balls grilled; with a filling of pork and kimchi. He liked it.
It also came with a miso soup and salad on the side.
Bib ordered the ham and eggs breakfast. This was a good portion and we all shared it with her.
This Ham and Cheese sandwich was way bigger than Bebe thought it would be. It came on Ciabatta with plenty of veggies (she pulled all of those out of course) and she said it was very yummy.
I thought the Marulilu Cafe was a sweet little spot to grab a bite. It’s kind of down-home Japanese and kind of breakfast-y. The quality of the ingredients is very good and they do take care with the preparation of the dishes.
With the neat Japanese-Canadian menu, I think we’ll be back because there’s something for everyone at this little eatery. Marulilu Cafe serves breakfast all day, home-cooked Japanese fare, espressos, teas and cafe drinks, some sweets and sandwiches.