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The Yeti Cafe

The Yeti Cafe The Yeti Cafe is an amazing new cafe in downtown Kitchener. It has fabulous coffee, incredible ice cream, breakfast on a bun, pressed sandwiches, smoothies, baked goods, outdoor seating and a pink piano.

A pink piano?

Located directly opposite the Farmer’s Market the Yeti Cafe has fresh bread supplied by Grainharvest, and ice cream supplied by Kawartha Dairy Company.

The Yeti Cafe carries a large selection of gluten-free products. They take phone orders for lunch pick-up (please allow 45 minutes).

The yeti Cafe has some interesting and exciting menu choices:

Sausage rolls

Fresh pretzels

Housemade vegan muffins

Butter tarts

Seed bars/Cocoa protein bars

Macaroon cookies

Lemon-limeade with mint and thyme

Cold strawberry hibiscus tea

Buddha bundle (teriyaki soy curd, orange pepper, carrot, cress, mint, basil and romaine with tahini dressing wrapped in collard.

It’s going to be a hot summer and the Yeti Cafe has ice cream:

Moose Tracks
Death By Chocolate
Raspberry Lemon-Lime Sherbet
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
Pralines & Cream
French Vanilla
Mint Chip
Strawberry

Choose your own flavour of ice cream for a frosty milkshake!

Where: 14 Eby Street North, Kitchener

When: Open all seven days of the week

Monday – Friday 7:30am – 8:00pm

Saturday 7:00am – 8:00pm

Sunday 12:00pm – 8:00pm

For more information please visit website or facebook

A Yeti is an ape-like creature believed to inhabit the Himalayan region of Nepal and Tibet. Once worshiped as “God of the hunt” the Yeti is part of the pre-Buddhist beliefs of several mountain peoples. 365 things to do in Kitchener Waterloo is brought to you by Keith Marshall, who has visited Nepal but did not spot the Yeti. In fact I didn’t see much of anything when I was in Nepal. I had decided to trek through the mountains for a week or more. Leaving from Lake Pokhara, the first day I hiked up this giant mountain only to see another giant mountain. I decided that trekking really wasn’t for me.

 

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Keith helps home buyers understand homes, schools and neighbourhoods in Kitchener Waterloo. He is an author, an award-winning realtor and an agent of change. On Twitter @kdmarshall. Online at keithmarshall.ca.

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