Below is a list of the top and leading Cafe in Anaheim. To help you find the best Cafe located near you in Anaheim, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Anaheim’s Best Cafe:
The top rated Cafe in Anaheim, CA are:
- LIT Cafe OC – is a chef-driven gourmet food concept
- Requiem – Coffee, Tea, & Fantasy – is a cafe, but also much more
- Kaffeine Alley – create their drinks using real ingredients
- Okayama Kobo Bakery & Cafe – was started by Tsunetaka Kawakami
- K&A Cafe and Catering – is situated in historic downtown Anaheim, CA
LIT Cafe OC
LIT Cafe OC is a chef-driven gourmet food concept by classically trained Le Cordon Bleu graduates, Chef David Fujimura, and pastry Chef Erica Tjangnaka. Their menu provides a balance of comfort and creativity, celebrating food with classic comfort fare with a modern twist, all utilizing fresh ingredients. Their focus is on the quality and taste of their food, with consistent details, presentation, and great client service. They have made a lot of wonderful friends in this community of OC. They endeavor to offer one of the best breakfast and lunch experiences and look forward to inviting new friends and neighbors to their table.
Menu, Events, Dine-In, Curbside Pickup, Delivery
“Delicious katsu and kimchi fried rice. The onion rings were a bit overcooked. Loco Moco meat patty was excellent.” – Edward L.
Requiem – Coffee, Tea, & Fantasy
Requiem – Coffee, Tea, & Fantasy is a cafe, but also much more. It is a love letter to escapism and imagination. There, customers can leave the stress and strife of the outside world behind and embrace tea, coffee, and fantasy. Equipped with a fairy forest, a steampunk coffee bar, a castle fortress, and a sci-fi gaming area, there is a place inside Requiem for everyone. If you have ever needed a location to go and enjoy the things you love with kindred spirits or in pleasant solitude, Requiem is there with a cup of something warm and tasty in hand.
menu, Reservation, Online Menu, Dine-In, Takeout
“Beautiful ambiance. Lots of places to sit and hang out. There are TVs so you can watch your own anime or play switch games! If you don’t have your own there are different animes running on each screen. The egg puffs were my fav, I got the matcha one” – Lili P.
Kaffeine Alley‘s coffee and teas are organic from Orange County-based roaster The Lost Bean. Their coffee blend is sourced from Ethiopia, Sumatra, and Colombia. They create their drinks using real ingredients instead of artificially flavored powders. They also use real milk and offer dairy alternatives instead of non-dairy creamer powder. That is why you won’t see any machines shaking their boba cups. They don’t use fructose to sweeten their drinks. And make their own simple syrups.
In November 2019, Jenn opened Kaffeine Alley, a cafe situated in her childhood city of Anaheim Hills that provides coffee and tea-based drinks influenced by different cultures while rooted in Vietnamese tradition. Kaffeine Alley prides itself in providing quality organic coffee and teas from The Lost Bean, hand-crafted simple syrups, and alternative dairy options. None of that high fructose corn syrup and powders there.
Menu, Pickup & Delivery
“I wanted some different coffee from your usual Starbucks and I saw this location on the map near my appointment. I love the vibe here and my coffee latte nonsweet with oak milk was delicious. Check them out!” – Ben
Okayama Kobo Bakery & Cafe
Okayama Kobo Bakery & Cafe was started by Tsunetaka Kawakami. Lacking the funds to pursue a university education, Kawakami supported himself by working at a chain of small bakeries, laboring and practicing until eventually, Tsunetaka’s skill matched that of his supervisor. He went on to build his own self-run business with the opening of his first bakery, Okayama Kobo Liaison, and later his second bakery place, Okayama Kobo Kunitomi. Springboarded by the success of both locations, he established a consulting business, and through this helped open more than 200 bakery locations throughout Japan.
Coffee, Tea, Bread, Pastry
“Amazing! When we walked up there was a super big line to get in and I knew that was a sign that this place was worth the wait. We waited about 10-15 minutes in line and got in, ordered our pastries and drinks, and they were out in about 7 minutes. Overall in and out in about 25 minutes. We got their matcha cold brew and their rose matcha latte, both very tasty. Their box is super cute as well, overall very put together and tasty. 10/10.” – Daisy
K&A Cafe and Catering
K&A Cafe and Catering is situated in historic downtown Anaheim, CA. Promptly became one of Anaheim promenade’s most popular spots. Located inside the good food hall, known as two of the tastiest restaurants in Orange County. K&A Downtown Cafe even boasts about a “secret menu” that contains well-known offerings but with a twist. Providing the finest foods and the best service in Orange County.
Their background includes both being raised in restaurants and working in the best client service-based industry for more than 30 years. Their many years of dedication to both customer service and quality food will ensure you a successful event every time. Wedding catering, pasta stations, taco bar catering, and breakfast catering are their specialty.
Cafe, Catering, Dine-In, Curbside Pickup
“I am here on vacation and was looking for a great breakfast spot! This place serves up many options. I’d give this place a try, I came here twice and each time the food and service were excellent! Next time I’m in town I’ll definitely stop by and have the omelets they look really good. I had the fiesta burrito and added ham it was piping hot and flavorful. Thanks to the staff here, oh and by the way read all the picture quotes on the walls, it was nice seeing those.” – Gabriel M.
Shera Elliott graduated from the New Mexico State University with a major in biology and a minor in Biological Basis of Behavior & Health Care Management. Shera grew up in Los Angeles, but moved to Las Cruces for college. Shera has written for several major publications including the Albuquerque Journal and NPR. Shera is a community reporter and also covers stories important important to all Americans.