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Neighbourhood: West End
1096 Denman St


Daily, 5pm-12am


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The People

Cliff Chi – Owner / Chef
Ayaka Kikuchi – Manager / Chef

About Noah’s Cafe

The story of Noah’s Cafe started as a pop up store, in the middle of pandemic with when the first lockdown happened.

After four months of the pop up, Owner / Chef Cliff Chi decided to open his own restaurant, and name it after his son, Noah.

At Noah’s Cafe, the cocktails are handcrafted, and most of the dishes are tapas/izakaya style, prepared for sharing. We create dishes and drinks that you can’t find elsewhere, using Japanese based techniques and fusion with many different cuisines. “Unique” is the key for all our menu items.