About Us

Delicious, healthy, affordable and fresh food for you and your family. That's what's on our menu – and we are glad you've stopped by for a little taste. Famous for our delicious and popular honey-buns we had to name our restaurant after it. 


We offer you and your family breakfast, brunch lunch, dinner, Asian and Western food. Take a look at our menu,

                                              and come visit us. Bon appétit!


Our food is all made with natural, fresh ingredients that we source locally. Let us know if you have dietary restrictions - our friendly staff will help you find just the meal you want. 

We know that you have a busy schedule which is why we offer our services at a convenient location in the heart of Victoria Down-town. We guarantee that we will always do our best to get you your meal as soon as possible and if you don't have enough time to stay then take it to go!

Customer Reviews

"Been coming here all our life, best honey buns around. Will never find any better! Great wonton, all around one of our favorites in Victoria. A must eat for sure!" 

-- Auden Smith

"When I worked downtown I would go to Honey Bun every day to get Won Ton for my lunch. For $3.99 you got a big container crammed with wontons with a shrimp in each one along with vegetables in the broth. The soup was blistering hot and the best wonton I have ever had" 

-- Jan Lavalee

"You just cannot have an afternoon in Victoria without your Honey Bun!

For many years I travelled to Victoria and experienced it's unique wonders saying, "I will move here one day" and that day eventually came. In 1995, I commuted to work from Sidney to Victoria by transit and stopped every day by the Honeybun Cafe that was on the west side of Douglas Street at the corner of Fisgard Street. I patronized the cafe for an occasional coffee but never left without a golden glazed, creamy coconut delight that was the Honey Bun!

The HONEY BUNS were so delicious that when my cousin declared how much he missed his "buns" from his days of living in Victoria, I sent a package of the creamy, wonder treats home to him by Purolator Courier; a feat in which the cost of the same day shipping was ten times the cost of the contents. The delivery was well worth it as my cousin was thrilled when he expressed the glee of savouring the freshly baked, sticky sweets.

There was a second Honey Bun Cafe on Yates Street in Victoria, only four blocks from the first one. This was the place where I would go with my friends on an afternoon while being a tourist in our own town. It was situated perfectly in the middle of everywhere and a geographical standard for the City of Victoria. It was tiny and quaint with a friendly staff always ready to offer a smile with your food.
It has now been five years since my last visit home to Victoria, but I can guarantee you that the first stop on my list this summer will be to the Honeybun Cafe. If you see the girl with the golden bun in between her fingers with a perma-grin on her face - Say hello and I'll give you directions to Frank's!"

-- Messa Mattina