Season’s Apple Cafe: Napoli Tuna Sandwich and Tuna Melt
Season’s Apple Cafe is an Asian-run Italian cafe located in a mini mall on Tenth Avenue in Burnaby, near the Burnaby-Coquitlam border. I stopped by here in mid-July to grab a quick lunch and took a seat on their patio.
The view from the patio isn’t fabulous… you just have a view of the parking lot for the mini mall, but it was a welcome experience to enjoy the warm weather that we’ve been having in July. I ordered the Napoli Tuna Sandwich ($7.95) made with tuna, feta, mozzarella, red onion, red pepper, spinach, mustard, and mayo on a grilled focaccia and teamed it up with a Passion Fruit Italian Soda ($4.70) and a large chocolate chip cookie.
It took about 10 minutes for my sandwich to be made and grilled up. The exterior of the focaccia had a crisp cracker-like crunch to the bite and the mozzarella provided a nice cheesy-pull. I was a bit worried at first that the feta would be a bit strong in this sandwich but my concerns were unfounded. Sipping the passion fruit soda on a hot day like this was quite refreshing.
I returned over 2 months later and ordered their Tuna Melt on Toast ($6.95) along with a Hot Chocolate ($3.40). I actually liked this better than their Napoli version. This is a classic text-book tuna melt with a beautifully golden hue which gives way to a crisp crunch to the bite before reaching the tuna and cheese filling.
8699 Tenth Ave
Posted on January 16, 2019, in Restaurant Review, Sandwiches and tagged Burnaby, Cafe, Cariboo, Food, Hot Chocolate, Napoli Tuna Sandwich, Passion Fruit Italian Soda, restaurant review, Sandwich, Tuna Melt. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.