Knight Street Cafe

I’ve passed by Knight Street Cafe a million times but never stopped in for breakfast. They’re a family run all day breakfast spot. You’ll find them a few steps away from Pallet Coffee Roasters and Do Chay.


Sign and outside menu.



We dropped in on a busy Saturday (around 11:45am). There was a continuous stream of people coming in. The inside has a mix of tables and high booth seating (26 seats). Service was adequate.


The menu consists of breakfast, omelettes, sandwiches, salad/soup and flame broiled burgers.

3x Coffee ($3.00) – they came by several times to refill our cups. However, coffee flavour is light. Better off getting a coffee at Pallet Coffee Roasters.

Knight burger ($13.95)
UntitledPickle, lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise on a Kaiser bun. I went with the soup of the day (chicken noodle) which came out piping hot.


Good flavour and a nice mix of pasta, chicken, onion, corn and carrots.


The burger (7oz) was massive. Beef had a nice char but still stayed tender. Only thing I’d change is to toast the bun up.

Corned beef hash ($17.95)
UntitledHash browns, onions, peppers, Montreal corned beef and two eggs. B opted for sunny side eggs and sourdough bread. Nice touch with them throwing in a slice of watermelon. Corned beef was juicy and decent amount of vegetables. The hash browns are actually roasted potatoes; okay but not crispy enough.

2x Knight St. special ($12.95)
UntitledTwo eggs, farmer’s sausage, hash browns and toast. The sausage had a good bite; reminded me of a Hungarian style sausage. B’s mom went with over medium eggs and sourdough.

4x Butter tarts
UntitledThey give out complimentary butter tarts to end your meal. Homemade goodies. My favourite part of our visit.

Decent portions at KSC. It’s a no frills, neighbourhood spot.

Knight Street Cafe
3911 Knight Street
Vancouver, BC
(604) 563-2877