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Sorry Coffee Co.: Coffee Meets Minimalism

by Lisa Sit

Just off of Bloor St. West, hidden behind Kit & Ace, is a small cafe attracting customers left, right and center. Yes, aesthetically, Sorry would attract more than just your everyday coffee-drinkers with a chic and heavenly interior like theirs. But what’s brewing behind the counter is another reason for Sorry’s not so sorry popularity.

Sorry Coffee Co. decor

When you’re here, you’ll feel like you’re sitting on set for a House & Home magazine shoot. The white walls are refreshing, the geometrical shapes of the decor and furniture are modern and the gold/brass accents bring a touch of luxury, while the hints of black give the luxury feel some edge. It’s a perfect spot to catch up with a friend, like I did when I met up with my fellow lifestylea and food blogger/friend, MJ.

Sorry Coffee Co. flat white latte art
Sorry Coffee Co. coffee cup stamp art

There isn’t a lot to their menu so it makes choosing much easier. My go-to drink is the flat white. Small but packed full of milky espresso goodness. I swear, there are some hints of chocolate to the roast as well – but I could be dreaming. It’s hard not to daydream in a cafe like this.  Be aware though, Sorry does not accept cash.

Sorry Coffee Co. croissant and coffee

Sometimes I pair my coffee with a croissant so I was naturally intrigued by their almond croissant. It looked absolutely stunning surrounded by the glass case panel, but after having one bite… I felt deceived by it’s look – it was very hard and lacked the flavour and texture of a true croissant. 

Neighbourhood: Yorkville

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