Restaurant type

  • Tea House,


  • Pastrie,
  • Bakeries,

Products and Services

  • Afternoon Tea,
  • Top 10 Brunch Restaurants,
  • NY Brunch,
55 Kingsway, Vancouver, BC V5T 3J1
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Opening Hours *Holiday hours

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Meet the owner

“When we were little, going to high tea was something very special. If you did well in school or if it was a birthday, you would go for high tea,” explains Huey Le, who owns La petite cuillère with her mother Bang and sister Lina. “We’re geared towards making that experience more affordable, and making it fun.”

Bringing high tea to the Vancouver masses, La petite cuillère is the perfect spot for a little lady’s first tea party, a birthday celebration or simply to escape from a cold, wet day.

“We keep a few things very traditional, like our cucumber sandwiches. When people come in for tea, that’s what they’re looking for and will generally get upset if there aren’t any cucumber sandwiches,” laughs Huey. “But we also offer a daily selection of miniature scones with Devonshire cream and jam, and sweets, and things where there’s a little more wiggle room for West Coast touches or our own family recipes.” Huey takes pride in baking delicious treats for her customers, and loves helping visitors experience an authentic English high tea with a Vancouver twist.

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Mount Pleasant truly is lucky to have such a fabulous tearoom. La Petite Cuillere’s tea collection boasts more than 20 different varieties of black, green and herbal loose-leaf teas. When it comes to food, there are four different tea services to choose from depending on your hunger levels and flavour preferences. Traditional afternoon tea is a full three-tiered service while the smaller high tea is a lighter variation. For a simple snack, opt for the La Petite Cuillère tea with miniature sweets and a cupcake or the Le Petite Fromage tea, which pairs tea with cheese and fruit.

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