Food Close By!
While visiting the Canadian Museum of Flight, please take a look at the cafes, and restaurants nearby for a snack, or for lunch!
Adrian's At The Airport
A fixture at Langley Airport since 2001, Adrian's At The Airport offers up Greek Cuisine and fantastic airport views! Stop by for a quick bite!
About Adrian's At The Airport
In 1993, John Manos converted the school to a Greek restaurant and in 1998 it became a Japanese restaurant. In November 2001, Demetre Exarhopoulos, formerly of the Woodshed Restaurant, took over and named the restaurant after his newborn grandson, Adrian. Adrian’s at the Airport, is a fully licensed restaurant with two dining rooms and a huge covered patio which offers the best sunsets in Langley! Open for lunch and dinner, it served the Langley community, airport pilots and local industry. Adrian’s is dedicated to serving reasonably priced food and beverages that satisfy a variety of palates. Steak, pasta, chicken, Greek food, seafood and more are always prepared with very best and freshest ingredients possible. HAVING already gained a reputation for great food, generous portions and memorable functions. It is Langley’s best kept secret! Many of our customers celebrate their birthdays, Christmas parties, retirements and other functions here. Make it your place! If you are happy with our food and service, please tell your friends, if not please tell us. We want your dining experience to be superb.
The recently opened second location of the Blacksmith Bakery from Fort Langley! Enjoy real food created by using traditional artisanal methods, baked fresh daily using locally sourced and sesonal ingredients.
About The Blacksmith Bakery
The hand forged viennoiserie, patisserie, cakes, eclairs, tarts, cookies, savouries, soups and gourmet sandwiches crafted by our passionate team are worth the trip. We love our coffee! Our baristas craft the finest range of espresso based coffee drinks using organic beans roasted locally by Republica Coffee Roasters.
Housed in the General Store at Murray's Corner in 1888, Porter's Bistro offers hot and cold menu items, live music, and has a variety of gifts and merchandise.
About Porter's Bistro
Porter’s was a Canada Post Office for 80 years until its closure in 1998 and in January of 2009, Porter’s received its official Heritage Building Status.
In 1997 the name on the front changed to Porter’s Coffee & Tea House and today, Bill and Karin Buurmeester operate a Bistro and Coffee House that carries on the tradition of serving the community of Langley and beyond!