European Feel

Cafe Ferlucci

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This little cafe has opened just over two months ago and I find myself already falling in love with it. Owned by cousins Gianni and Megan, Cafe Ferlucci is an adorable coffee shop in Villeray. When asked how he would describe their concept, Gianni replied “a hybrid”: an Italian coffee shop with a contemporary twist. No, it is not the traditional Italian cafe with large groups of middle aged men playing cards and laughing loudly watching sports. Instead, the shop feels more quaint and homey; reading a book will be no problem here. However, the duo did want to keep its core appreciation for Italian coffee so they opted to serve Misceladoro, a Sicilian, family-owned artisanal roaster (mainly the Melande Grand Aroma blend). With their Simonelli espresso machine, the shots are pulled with strong, bold flavours topped with the classic fluffy foam. Sprinkle your choice of cinnamon or chocolate and you have yourself a wonderful Italian cappuccino. I have no doubt their allonges or Americanos are great though I haven’t had one yet (I love milk too much).

The contemporary twist comes from their art design backgrounds and they’ve done a great job setting the shop’s atmosphere. The space has very natural feeling, rustic decor, with shelves stocked like a drug store in the 40’s. A lot of coffee shops strive for the ambiance that Cafe Ferlucci has achieved. The posters, wood finish and general trinkets all seem to come together organically. What you end up getting at Ferlucci is delicious coffee that innately explains the reputation Italians have for their coffee.

Food & Amenities
Coffee Roast: Misceladoro
Foods: Grilled cheese, Trou de Beigne
Sitting Space: Roughly 15 inside, 4 outside
Electrical Outlets: yes
WiFi: yes
Points Cards: no
Café Ferlucci Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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  • Reply Eva September 16, 2015 at 2:29 am

    I had their cappuccino last time too! Really liked it with cinnamon!

    And yes! I love your videos!!

    • Reply Linh September 16, 2015 at 10:47 pm

      Haha thanks Eva! We should do brunch with Kristin one day at your fav brunch place! 😛

      • Reply Eva September 19, 2015 at 12:50 am

        haha! yes!! I’m totally up for it! 😀

  • Reply Steve September 27, 2015 at 2:29 am

    > if you guys like videos to accompany my blog posts or not. Let me know in the comments below and any other suggestions you may have!

    I’ve been following your blog for a while and I really like the short videos, as they help me get a better sense of the vibe/ambiance of the various cafés and generally encourage me to visit. Keep up the good work!

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