Inside Pallet Coffee Roasters

Pallet Coffee Roasters opened their doors yesterday to their new cafe and roastery located in Hastings-Sunrise. The space that last served as a fish packaging plant has been completely transformed starting with knocking out the east-facing wall with floor to ceiling windows that drenches the room with natural light.

The front of the building is dedicated to their cafe while a glass partition wall provides a look into to their roastery and kitchen in the back. The cafe is filled with natural woods with stained siding lining the walls and timber slabs used for the coffee bar counter and tabletops. Seating is spread out the front of the cafe with communal tables on the main floor, tables in a small mezzanine along with a few stools next to the coffee bar and front window.

Pallet's coffee roaster was brought over from Portugal with a 3 kilo Joper BSR3 handling coffee production for the cafe with espresso and single origin beans for their initial coffee menu. Look for some coffee education programs to be introduced at Pallet Coffee Roasters once they get settled with public coffee cuppings and tours of the roastery.

The cafe will be serving up Fetco filter coffee, espresso drinks prepared on their La Marzocco Strada MP along with a slow bar using Brewt brewers. The brewers are also used to steep teas sourced from North Vancouver's The Teaguy.

You can also pick up something for lunch at the cafe with a selection of sandwiches along with baked goods all made in-house.

 

Pallet Coffee Roasters | palletcoffeeroasters.com | 323 Semlin Drive, Vancouver

Weekdays 8AM - 5PM

Weekends 9AM - 5PM

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