Vanilla Cream Café Lunch Service at Stratford Hall
Vanilla Cream Café operates out of a commercial kitchen located in the basement of 3000 Commercial Drive (the DP building). The commercial kitchen is a permit facility routinely inspected by Vancouver Coastal Health. Vanilla Cream Café offers lunch for students in Kindergarten to Grade 12.
Traditional lunch and snack favorites are offered daily; menus will be adjusted to add seasonally inspired local ingredients.
Typical menu items include: pastas, burgers, sandwiches, wraps, quesadillas, stir fries, chicken tenders, pizza, salads, and sushi rolls. Our goal is to provide comfort and convenient on a daily basis. In order to round out our service, some items are contracted out to local restaurants. Feedback and suggestions are welcome by sending an email to email@example.com. Please include in the subject line the names and grades of all your children.
Lunch Ordering is Online
Online ordering will open on noon Thursday, September 6 with lunch service beginning on Monday, September 17. Advance ordering (7 days notice) is required.New Users:
- PYP (K-5): https://munchalunch.com/schools/StratfordPYP
- MYP/DP(6-12): https://munchalunch.com/schools/StratfordMYP
Former registrants within the last calendar year may use: https://munchalunch.com/login
Children moving to Grade 6 will need to “Transfer Schools”, but only if you wish your entire account moved over to the MYP building. Parents with children in both buildings can set up separate accounts or can contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
This lunch program is not recommended for anyone with a severe food allergy.
Vanilla Cream Café is a nut aware and peanut aware facility. Peanuts and tree nuts are not ingredients in any Vanilla Cream menu items. While Vanilla Cream Café takes reasonable measures to be nut free, it does not claim to be a peanut free or tree nut free facility. Products with ingredient labels stating “may contain nuts or peanuts” or “manufactured in a facility that uses peanuts or nuts” are routinely used.