Maiko Japanese Matcha Café in Richmond

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  • $ 5 – $15
  • 3 Star
  • 4 Star
  • Informal
  • Coffee bar
  • Treat
  • Treat Shop
  • Beverages
  • Get hold of n Go
  • Japanese
  • Matcha
  • Parfait
  • Richmond
  • Cut Ice

Maiko Japanese Matcha Café in Richmond


I was really thrilled to see one more costs matcha themed Japanese treat franchise business opening in city Vancouver. The top quality and also rates are both standing in the mid series of the parfait positions we have actually attempted. Loopy soft-served gelato suggests low quality for me. Improperly split parfait as well as filler garnishes additionally compelled them down the ranking ladder. The parfait below is $13.50 after tax obligation, which gets on component to Tsujiri’s $14 parfait with a lot better covering. The parfait right here is still a great treat. It’s simply ineffective when compared to various other Japanese matcha treat places.

Maiko Premium Matcha Café in Richmond Matcha Parfait


Maiko is a matcha treat franchise business from Japan. They opened their initial BC place in Richmond May of 2019. Words Maiko indicates the pupil geisha in Western Japan. Words suggests womanly lively young people and also regular development. Probably this is why Maiko deal seasonal food selection, as well as constantly create brand-new things on the food selection. Maiko is found on Saba Road near Buswell Street in Richmond

Various Other Matcha Desserts

  • Nana’s Green Tea (4.5 Stars)
  • Tsujiri (2.5 Stars)

Humble Storefront

Maiko’s has a plain store front nearly to the factor of self deprecating. The eco-friendly signs advises me of a Chinese pastry shop. I did not recognize this is a matcha treat area up until I saw the tiny poster ahead.


Gold aluminum foil covered parfait

Maiko Premium Matcha Café additionally use Shogun parfait that includes gold aluminum foil covering soft offered gelato. It is as well newfangled for me so we really did not get it.

The indoor looks comfy

Maiko has 2 tables with seats, et cetera of the seats locations are benches just. The inside has timber and also brown tinted flooring which really feels rather comfortable.

Maiko Japanese Matcha Café in Richmond photo 0

Cashier with a blackboard food selection

The front counter looks spick-and-span as well as it has 3 blackboards at the back. Team makes use of various tinted chalk to show brand-new things. You can see various typography that really feels extremely natural. These graphics alter frequently as they develop brand-new products for the shop.

Mark card for consumer retention

The stamp card provides 1 stamp per every $5 invested (really in between $5 to $9.99). For every single 10 ($ 50– $99.90) stamps you can trade for one soft-serve gelato. Every 20 ($ 100– $199.80) stamps obtain you a Maiko unique. The stamp card runs out in 1 year.


Maiko Special, Matcha soft-serve

The parfait is called “unique” at Maiko. They feature soft-serve gelato, tough gelato, shiratama, azuki bean paste, matcha sponge cake, corn flakes, as well as agar with brownish sugar. You have an option for the soft-serve gelato flavour in between matcha, vanilla, or spin.

There are matcha powder in addition to the soft-serve gelato. I do not such as the means they begin to shed their framework prior to reaching my hand. It looks a little loopy. Luckily, it has a deep and also abundant matcha flavour. The shiratama is crunchy, which is related to its cozy temperature level. Matcha sponge cake has a highlighting honey preference, however it seems like filler in the parfait. Azuki bean paste was really wonderful and also complements the sponge cake.


Not an accountable means of utilizing timber

It is praiseworthy that Maiko is giving wood spoon for their clients. I do not believe this is a wise relocation since timber drains pipes moisture from our tongue which influences feeling of structure in our mouth. This impacts eating experience.

Improperly split parfait

The parfait at Maiko is improperly layered. The amount of gelato appears to be on the same level with Nana’s Green Tea and also Tsujiri yet they are all focused on top. After the cornflakes layer, there’s just the agar with brownish sugar left. This is the insulation/filler layer. There was truly very little inspiration for me to proceed consuming.

604 Food Critic Assessment

I was really thrilled to see an additional costs matcha themed Japanese treat franchise business opening in city Vancouver. The top quality as well as rates are both standing in the mid variety of the parfait puts we have actually attempted. Loopy soft-served gelato suggests low quality for me. Inadequately split parfait as well as filler garnishes additionally required them down the ranking ladder. The parfait below is $13.50 after tax obligation, which gets on component to Tsujiri’s $14 parfait with a lot better covering. The parfait below is still an excellent treat. It’s simply ineffective when compared to various other Japanese matcha treat areas.

Maiko Japanese Matcha Café in Richmond image 2

Exactly how to contact us

  • Phone: (604) 285-0013
  • Address: # 199– 8279 Saba Rd, Richmond
  • Hrs: 1:30 pm– 9:30 pm, Friday & & Saturday 1:30 pm– 10:00 pm, Closed Monday

Maiko is a matcha treat franchise business from Japan. They opened their initial BC place in Richmond May of 2019. Words Maiko suggests the pupil geisha in Western Japan. Words indicates womanly vivid young people as well as consistent development. Possibly this is why Maiko deal seasonal food selection, as well as constantly generate brand-new products on the food selection. Maiko is situated on Saba Road near Buswell Street in Richmond.

Various Other Matcha Desserts

  • Nana’s Green Tea (4.5 Stars)
  • Tsujiri (2.5 Stars)

Humble Storefront

Maiko’s has a plain store front practically to the factor of self deprecating. The environment-friendly signs advises me of a Chinese bakeshop. I did not recognize this is a matcha treat area up until I saw the tiny poster ahead.

Gold aluminum foil covered parfait

Maiko Premium Matcha Café likewise provide Shogun parfait that features gold aluminum foil covering soft offered gelato. It is as well newfangled for me so we really did not buy it.

The indoor looks comfortable

Maiko has 2 tables with seats, et cetera of the seats locations are benches just. The inside has timber as well as brown tinted flooring which really feels rather relaxing.

Cashier with a blackboard food selection

The front counter looks spick-and-span as well as it has 3 blackboards at the back. Personnel utilizes various tinted chalk to highlight brand-new products. You can see various typography that really feels really natural. These graphics alter frequently as they generate brand-new things for the shop.

Mark card for client retention

The stamp card supplies 1 stamp per every $5 invested (really in between $5 to $9.99). For every single 10 ($ 50– $99.90) stamps you can trade for one soft-serve gelato. Every 20 ($ 100– $199.80) stamps obtain you a Maiko unique. The stamp card ends in 1 year.

Maiko Special, Matcha soft-serve

The parfait is called “unique” at Maiko. They feature soft-serve gelato, difficult gelato, shiratama, azuki bean paste, matcha sponge cake, corn flakes, and also agar with brownish sugar. You have an option for the soft-serve gelato flavour in between matcha, vanilla, or spin.

Maiko Japanese Matcha Café in Richmond image 1

There are matcha powder in addition to the soft-serve gelato. I do not such as the means they begin to shed their framework prior to reaching my hand. It looks a little loopy. Thankfully, it has a deep as well as abundant matcha flavour. The shiratama is crunchy, which is related to its cozy temperature level. Matcha sponge cake has an underscoring honey preference, however it seems like filler in the parfait. Azuki bean paste was extremely wonderful as well as complements the sponge cake.

Not an accountable method of making use of timber

It is praiseworthy that Maiko is offering wood spoon for their consumers. I do not assume this is a wise relocation due to the fact that timber drains pipes moisture from our tongue which influences feeling of structure in our mouth. This impacts eating experience.

Inadequately split parfait

The parfait at Maiko is inadequately layered. The amount of gelato appears to be on the same level with Nana’s Green Tea and also Tsujiri however they are all focused on top. After the cornflakes layer, there’s just the agar with brownish sugar left. This is the insulation/filler layer. There was actually very little inspiration for me to proceed consuming.

604 Food Critic Assessment

I was really thrilled to see an additional costs matcha themed Japanese treat franchise business opening in city Vancouver. The top quality as well as prices are both standing in the mid series of the parfait positions we have actually attempted. Loopy soft-served gelato suggests low quality for me. Badly split parfait as well as filler garnishes likewise compelled them down the ranking ladder. The parfait right here is $13.50 after tax obligation, which gets on component to Tsujiri’s $14 parfait with a lot better covering. The parfait below is still a great treat. It’s simply ineffective when compared to various other Japanese matcha treat areas.

Exactly how to contact us

  • Phone: (604) 285-0013
  • Address: # 199– 8279 Saba Rd, Richmond
  • Hrs: 1:30 pm– 9:30 pm, Friday & & Saturday 1:30 pm– 10:00 pm, Closed Monday

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