With the motto ‘your second home’, Korean café Homestead Coffee aims to provide diners with a homely atmosphere. The menu is mainly traditional Korean food, plus there are some Western snacks and Chinese dishes. The coffees are memorable; try the sweet purple sweet potato latte, the rich chestnut latte, or the special black tea latte.
Opened by a Korean, the two-storey Maan Coffee mainly serves Korean-style food, desserts, and drinks, and the most popular dishes are their fruit waffle set, the ice cream pancake set, and the BLT sandwich. Their brunch sets are creative and tasty and relatively inexpensive. A quirk of Maan Coffee is that it provides diners with teddy bears to cuddle while they are waiting for the food.
La Vita is an artistic café full of wooden tables, chairs, comfortable green sofas and colorful plants. They offer a wide range of food suitable for breakfast, and their pizzas and coffee are particularly good. If you want to appreciate the beautiful scenery of the West Lake, you should definitely pick a window seat on the second floor.
La Vita, 6 Lvyang Road, Shangcheng District, Hangzhou, China, +86 571 8653 6332