The café’s concept was inspired by the espresso culture of Paris, and balanced with the barista culture of Seattle. You can expect quality, Stumptown coffee to be served up with a smile. Farm to café, the seasonally driven menu highlights Washington’s own, local farmers. Because of this pairing, Cesura will offer residents of Bellevue an experience that is not currently available on the Eastside.
Chef Leon Douglas brings a World flair to Northwest cuisine. Pushing the boundaries of traditional café fare, he is reformatting classic dishes into a sandwich and small plate medium. On the breakfast menu, you can expect breakfast sandwiches similar to; egg, cheddar and bacon on potato roll: roasted ﬁgs, brie and arugula on pane francese: country ham with radishes and herb salad on buttermilk biscuit: salmon lox, pickled onions, tomato and caper aioli on macrina baguette.
The interior was designed by Seattle architects GrahamBaba. Letting the concrete speak for itself, many of the industrial, architectural elements informed the project. The result is a modern, sun drenched beauty with 23 foot high ceilings.
Café Cesura is located in the Ashton building on the corner of 108th & 10th, at 1015 108th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA 98004. For more information please contact the café directly at 425-633-2362 or http://cafecesura.com