Karma Coffee Café doesn’t look like much from the outside, it’s just another brick building amongst another strip mall along another busy street. But inside, Karma is full of personality and the delicious aromas of home cooked food and coffee beans.
What stood out to me about Karma Coffee was true genuine flavor of the food. I expected the food to taste decent, but wasn’t bracing myself for anything special. Instead, it tasted like the food had been made from scratch with fresh ingredients.
I ordered the pick two lunch, with a cup of Home Coming Chili and half of The Good Egg sandwich. Both were full of tangible flavor and were just the right amount of food for me. I appreciated that their serving size wasn’t obnoxious, and instead a decent and fair amount of food.
While I paid $9.61, it was well worth it for the quality of the food I received.
I also appreciated how Karma was a unique local business. The coffee shop had a variety of seating and fun wall decorations, making it a great place to hang out and chat, with the sounds of coffee house music playing in the background.
As someone with dietary restrictions, it was also nice to see that they offered several vegan, gluten free, and dairy free options.
I highly recommend Karma Coffee and I can’t wait to go back for more delicious food.