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.

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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.

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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
Burnaby, BC

Season's Apple Cafe Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Posted on January 16, 2019, in Restaurant Review, Sandwiches and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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