Nothing excites me more than a scrumptious meal after a good hike. And by scrumptious, I mean doughnuts and coffee! Last weekend, the weather was perfect for a hike so the boyfriend and I headed over to North Vancouver to check out Quarry Rock Hike. Quarry Rock is undoubtedly one of the most popular hikes in the Lower Mainland due to its relatively flat trail with just enough climbing, elevation, and variation for most novice hikers like me! Of course I was more excited about doughnuts than the hike itself 😛
Deep Cove Village is home to quite a few dining options. The most popular one seems to be Honey Doughnuts & Goodies! We had already made plans to check the place out before our hike since we’ve heard many good things about them from friends. I kept chanting ‘doughnuts’ during our hike because I was that excited for them.
Honey Doughnut ($3.10) This is their specialty doughnut pretty much doused in honey. The doughnut itself is more cakey in texture compared to the airy and fluffly yeast doughnuts I’m used to! Out of the all the doughnuts I’ve had, this is probably the most dense and moist doughnut I’ve ever had but in a good way.
Chocolate Doughnut ($3.20) Similar to the honey doughnut, but just dipped with chocolate! I was slightly disappointed with the chocolate one as the quality of the glaze lacked richness in taste.
Maple Doughnut ($3.20) The glaze of this one was one the sweeter side, but still quite enjoyable! Don’t be fooled by my pictures.. these doughnuts were huge enough to fill us up pretty quickly.
Iced Americano ($3.25)
And we washed alll the delicious doughnuts down with some good ol’ Americano. If doughnuts aren’t your thing they have an extensive menu of brunch items, sandwiches and freshly baked pastries available!
4373 Gallant Ave