Standing Egg Coffee has unique drinks and delicious treats (Standing Egg Coffee/ Instagram)

This Burnaby “coffee laboratory” is one of the coolest cafes in the city

With unique drinks and delicious desserts, Standing Egg Coffee is a must-visit for any coffee fan.

By Marco Ovies | April 12, 2022 |12:27 pm

Tucked away in what appears to be a regular strip mall is Standing Egg Coffee, and it should be your next go-to spot for coffee and dessert.

Standing Egg Coffee calls itself a “coffee laboratory” and this description definitely fits. Their claim to fame is their cold brew Dutch coffee which is smooth, delicious, and made in-house in a contraption that looks straight out of a mad scientist’s laboratory.

However, the latest addition to their menu is a must-try for any dessert fans out there. They call it a “crowaffle” and it’s a croissant cooked in a waffle press, topped with chocolate syrup, powdered sugar, and a big scoop of vanilla ice-cream.

We went to try it out and it was flaky, warm, and absolutely incredible. This was a combination that you didn’t know you needed until you tasted it.

@burnabybeacon Have you ever heard of Crowaffles? You can get them at this Burnaby Cafe #burnabyeats #burnabyfood #burnabyfoodie #burnabybeacon #burnaby #standingegg ♬ This Food – raspberrysounds

But perhaps the cutest thing on their menu are the macrons. They have a variety of adorable designs and they change them up depending on the season (our favourites are definitely the Squid Game-themed ones).

With plenty of seating and all sorts of different kinds of coffee and treats to keep you going, you’ll definitely want to pay Standing Egg Coffee a visit soon.

Standing Egg Coffee

Address: #109-4501 North Rd, Burnaby

Marco Ovies

Marco Ovies is Burnaby Beacon's Lifestyle Content Creator focusing on all things food, events, and fun things happening in the city.

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