Great staff! Farm to table, creative menu with gluten-free, healthy theme. Excellent brunch with Choco chip pancakes and bananas, side of sausage. Also had the avocado toast with poached free run eggs. Nice Cap coffee.
On a recent visit to Winnipeg I did an online search for gluten free cafes in my area to catch up with friends. Cocoabeans was first on the list and most appropriate for my dietary requirements. The decor was very familiar as that seems to be the norm where I live in Australia. I had the choc oatmeal slice which I thought was going to be a small serve as it was on the flattish side. Turns out it was all I could do to finish it. It was so yummy I was not leaving any behind! All my friends liked their desserts as well. Some had the date square. I am also a decaf coffee drinker. They have only decaf espresso which is fine as I like to drink cappuccino. I LOVE my coffee and decent decaf is hard to come by. Cocoabeans decaf is superb! We had aimed to get back for a meal before I left town but unfortunately we did not. However, you can be assured that on my next visit to Winnipeg Cacoabeans will be my first dining choice for all meals out. A local member of our party said they will definite go back as well. If you are a health conscious eater of any sort I would recommend Cocoabeans. I don't go out to eat for the decor. I am there for the food. What we had was fantastic. The staff were very friendly and helpful. I do expect cleanliness though. The bakery, toilets and eating area were spotless.
The whole restaurant and bakery is gluten free ! There are many vegan options as well. Lots of fresh baked goods, or sit in and enjoy something from the kitchen. I had some breaded chicken strips and onion rings, if you are celiac you know that's not something you can get just anywhere. Staff was great as well. Will definitely be going back.
Went there for poutine week. I used to frequent the one on tache. I had been to this Corydon location before as well. They had a solid poutine. Service was standard. It could be a bit friendlier (It depends on who you get, for the purposes of this review, I'm using the services rendered on that date). I like that this a gluten free restaurant that has options for my gluten free friends. I do always recommend them. Parking is Corydon parking. I did not notice any parking lots so much as you're parking on the streets.
Met a friend for coffee at Cocoa Beans last week. It was my first visit there. I had a tea and a lemon slice that was delicious. The pastries in the display looked yummy. The place is bright and clean.
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