the snowflake in the plateau

the little snowflake on rachel est

As I’m pretty much free from the burden of midterms, last weekend was the perfect time for me to get out of downtown and explore Montreal.
I did a bit research online and Café Névé grabbed my attention with its famous homemade cookies. So I dragged my friends Giulia and Kohei out with me and we took the metro to Mont Royal.

Medium latte. I like how creamy it is!

The cookies are MUST TRY. Who can resist a huge chocolate chunks cookie?

Café Névé is a bit different compared to other small cafes in downtown. It’s very hipster and you can tell from the decorations and the people sitting on the sofa. Sadly, the cafe was so crowded that it was impossible to find any seat. Most of the customers were students so we didn’t stay to wait for the spots to open up.

Chocolate chunks cookies

Peanut butter cookie

After we left the café, we walked along St. Denis and arrived at La Petite Cuillère.
La Petite Cuillère is one of the rare cafés that serve good quality food/coffee at a relatively cheap price. I came here once before and I ordered a small cup of latte and a piece of raspberry cake for just $5. I also love the choice of furniture, which creates a warm and earthy setting. I’m still waiting to have a chance to read and chill at the cozy sofa spot near the entrance!

Giulia working hard with neuroscience lecture + chai latte

Chai Latte – $3.5 (tax included)

Kohei the chemistry boy working hard as usual


Café Névé
Plateau Mont-Royal
151 Rachel est
Montreal, QC
Phone: 514 903 9294

La Petite Cuillère
Plateau Mont-Royal
3603 St-Denis
Montreal, QC
Phone: 514 507 4317

Cafe Neve on Urbanspoon

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