October 2021 by kitten kids
Like this cafe. Caramel Latte was awesome, but the menu is small, there were no cakes or anything tasty for coffee. In total I like Sue’s Gallery Cafe. Recommend
October 2021 by Angie Weinberger
I’m so glad I finally took the time to find this excellent coffee shop. Such a tranquil place with excellent coffee and good pastries (from Satura). I live in Saratoga and this will be my new go to Cafe. Super friendly service as well. 5 stars. Thank you
October 2021 by Holly Harris
I found the macchiato to be bright. There is ample seating, lovely ambiance, yummy savory pastries and artful pottery next door.
October 2021 by Navin S
Great place to grab a cup of coffee. Be sure to try out their Charcoal latte.
October 2021 by Alvin W.
I was a bit underwhelmed by my expectations of this place since menu items were a tad expensive for what I thought it was worth. We ordered 2 coffees an earl grey/garlic butter jam toast and mascarpone berry toast. The iced aztec mocha was a 4/5, it had nice spices but became watery pretty quickly once the crushed ice melted. The iced oatmilk latte was pretty average, basically like it sounds, nothing that stood out about it in particular so 3/5. The earl grey and garlic butter toast was decent, it's pretty cool that they handmade the jams every morning so that was a 4/5. You get 1 thick piece of toast and have the option to pay $2 more for another The mascarpone toast while pretty tasty was really small for $9. It wasnt on the same thick bread as the jam toast, instead it was on what seemed like a slice of wonderbread, basically you could eat one slice in 2 bites. 3/5, decent taste and the candied yuzu they put on top was pretty unique but still a bit small for what you're paying for. Overall it's a 3 or 3.5/5 for me for the food/drinks, meaning it was cool to try once but I probably won't be returning for a while. However, The study ambience seems nice, and I really liked the open flow from inside to outside the cafe.
October 2021 by Hong N.
Sue's is our neighborhood coffee shop that my son and I have been going to for the last 5 years. The coffee, food and the zen ambiance is what keeps us coming back. We love our Sue's Saturdates.
October 2021 by Miri Y.
What a great hidden gem! Lovely pastries and delicious espresso! The staff is also very friendly, would go here again for a nice cup of coffee and enjoy the art !
September 2021 by Amy L.
Sue's is a must-go for me every time I'm back home. It's a great spot in Saratoga where there's otherwise not much going on. The cafe has a lot of outdoor seating and a little indoor spot too, where you can browse the ceramics and pottery for sale. After COVID, they closed the main and upstairs seating in the bar area. Coffee is great, but on the pricier side. A drip is around $5 and my go-to, an iced oat latte, runs you up around $7 before tip. I don't come for everyday coffee though, so I don't mind this as much. Their pastries, toasts, and spreads are also really popular. I haven't tried many, but the flavors are quite unique and harder to find (think black sesame and matcha spread, cream puffs, and more). They also sell house roasted beans now (Guatemalan), which I'm excited to try! Sue's is a great place to catch up and hang out with friends. The ambiance is great and there's more than enough seating. However, it gets really crowded, even on the weekdays. If you're trying to get work done, this might not be the place. There are limited outlets and the volume gets pretty high up there. Still, this cafe is a gem in Saratoga and I'm glad it's still going strong after many years and after the lockdown in 2020.
September 2021 by Piers C.
This cafe is pretty interesting in that it's space is divided into two separate indoor areas. The first area is where the cash register and the kitchen/ coffee bar are located. The second area is where pottery pieces are displayed... and also where you can sit and drink your coffee. Of course there is a large area of outdoor seating as well. But on a really hot day, it is nice to be in a room with central air. The baristas are good at doing pour over coffee, although it could take a while if the store is busy. The pastries are also different from a typical cafe (like Starbucks), and they do tend to run out fast. Overall, this is a pretty unique coffee shop. The vibe is unusual in that you feel like you are at an open area in the woods. Hard to describe. So stop by and check it out for yourself :)
September 2021 by Tyler Kabana
This is potentially the coolest place in the entire world. Awesome coffee, awesome pastries, beautiful ceramics. Always a great vibe here and wish I could go everyday.
September 2021 by A1 With-a-kick
Limited menu, cappuccino was good. Some patio seating. Very spartan interior; possibly Covid restrictions related.
September 2021 by Cindy C.
Sue is one of my favorite cafes. Great drinks and food. Unfortunately everyone thinks so too, so its hard to grab a seat here. I get a little stressed b/c of parking and trying to find a seat, otherwise this would be my fav cafe in the area. Def come for the drinks and toasts!
September 2021 by Vivian H.
This cute cafe has a wonderful setup with outdoor dining and a quiet work space next door. I got to try both their marscapone toast, avocado toast, Hojicha Latte, and Aztec Mocha. The Marscpone toast is a delight, light sweet flavors with these little yuzu marmalade bits that taste like candy. I went back for the avocado toast because I think it's more savory. Definitely try the Hojicha latte (roasted green tea) or the Aztec Mocha (super delicious and rich coffee). They have a lot on their menu I wish I could've tried it all during my two day stay. I highly recommend this cafe for a chill morning breakfast!
September 2021 by Shirley W.
We were on the way to Hakone Gardens and stumbled upon this place on Yelp for coffee. My sister and I were looking forward to the cream puffs, but they were apparently sold out?? We got there at 1pm on a Sunday, which I was surprised that they would sell out that fast... The drinks here are more on the pricier side, but I ordered a latte and really liked it! My brother in law ordered a hojicha latte and my sister ordered a charcoal latte and they both really liked their drink. My sister said the charcoal latte tasted like dark chocolate to her haha. The drinks here are also a bit smaller than usual coffee places, but the drinks overall were really nice. Parking can be a bit tough here, but if you're lucky enough, you can find street parking right in front of the cafe. I really like the simple and minimalistic decor of this cafe, so it's a nice spot to just hang out here or at their front patio too!
September 2021 by Judy L.
Love the ambiance here! It's a small cafe in downtown Saratoga and I love how there's a ceramic art gallery here. Some areas are closed due to covid so seating can be tough! It's a great place to get a few lattes and snacks while enjoying the views. Prices are on the higher end. There's ample street parking and outdoor seating! I would come back to try their other drinks.