Amazing coffee shops in Surrey

From Italian favourites to the heat of Ethiopia, there is an eclectic selection of welcoming coffees and cafés in Surrey. Enjoy your cup of joe! [Photo © Yellow Pages / Pages Jaunes]

Mink A Chocolate Cafe

110-15775 Croydon Dr, Surrey, BC V3Z 2L6

No one minds paying a little extra for coffee and treats if they get their money’s worth. At Mink, the regulars swear by the mocha. In addition to the mocha, Mink serves handmade chocolates plus coffee, tea and cocoa. Did we say handmade chocolates? Yum.

Waves Coffee House

105-10777 University Dr, Surrey, BC V3T 0E6

You can rush in here and get a cup to go, but you’d be missing something. Instead, have a seat and savour your coffee like it’s a vintage wine. It’s worth it because they pick their beans directly from small farmers and make custom blends. Snuggle up by the fire and sip slowly, study the menu and think about what you’ll have next time you visit.

Good Day Sunshine Cafe

100-2950 King George Blvd, Surrey, BC V4P 0E5

Rain or shine, every day is a good day at this bright and popular neighbourhood spot. The coffee comes courtesy of Vancouver roaster JJ Bean. Order espresso-based coffees and signature mocha straight or with a shot of vanilla or caramel syrup for a little something extra. If you like it cold, try a slow-drip brew. The fascinating apparatus is on display and makes you appreciate the process behind making a good coffee. Local art exhibitions change every month.

Wired Monk

200-20330 88 Ave, Langley, BC V1M 2Y4

Located on the Surrey/Langley border, Wired Monk is a great learning ground if you’re studying World Coffee 101. This local chain is big on importing coffee beans from all over the globe and roasting them according to type. The Europe-meets-Pacific Northwest vibe plus the fabulous coffees will make you want to visit time and time again.

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