Its grey concrete interior meshes well with its re-purposed wooden tables and counter tops. Indeed, Cafe Pamenar is one of the more well-thought out cafes in the neighbourhood, envisioned by owner Pouria Lotfi.
“Pamenar breaks into the top 10 as it melds design, seating and that light roasted characterization of Victoria. Sleeper town of the west, but filled with roasters, kinda wish it wasn’t that far…”—Cafe Pamenar breaks into the Top 10 on Espresso Adventures.
“The day after their Hot Docs premiere, the Calgary-based duo – filmmaker Burns, whose dramatic features include The Suburbanators and waydowntown, and broadcaster Brown, who hosts CBC Radio’s Calgary Eyeopener – sit down at Café Pamenar to discuss their experience launching the hybrid at a festival dedicated to pure documentaries.”—http://www.nowtoronto.com/movies/story.cfm?content=181417
“Long and narrow, this Kensington cafe feels like the product of a lot of thought, and it was - the owner spent an expensive year putting it together. The courtyard at the back practically pulls you all the way in, and the lineup of laptops at the bar by the door can feel like a Genius Bar on busy days.”—Cafe Pamenar was ranked #8 in BlogTO’s list of the best cafes in Toronto’s West Side. Check it out here.