Osso Lunchroom

I have been hooked on Osso Lunchroom since I tried them a few months ago. They are easily one of my favourite places to eat in Langley. They are producing high quality, locally sourced (as much as possible) food at unbeatable prices. Chef Sean Bone used to be a private chef so he knows exactly what he is doing. The food is consistently good and they take so much care into making delicious dishes.


Chalkboard menu. They serve soups, sandwiches, salads, pizzas, pastas, and dessert. They also have many coffee options. The menu has an Italian feel to it. You can’t go wrong with that.


Do yourself a favour, if you can get to Osso Lunchroom before 11 am, make it happen. Their breakfasts are so fantastic and fresh. Pictured above is a bacon and egg breakfast sandwich. It is served on house made whole wheat bread with an amazing herb pesto mayo. I have so much respect for places that make their own bread. The sandwich came with a side of potatoes as well.


They usually have two soups on the menu. This is their chicken & angel hair noodle soup.It has lots of chicken but isn’t heavy. I loved all the herbs in this soup and the side of house made bread.



One of my favourite things to get at Osso is their pizza. The top picture is their margherita pizza and the bottom picture is their prosciutto, pesto, arugula and tomato pizza. I absolutely love the crust here. It has a nice crunch to it but isn’t too crunchy. I always think I won’t be able to eat the whole thing but I prove myself wrong. I like all the parmesan they add to the pizza; its a really nice touch. The pesto sauce on the second pizza gave it so much brightness.


Where can you get a bowl of handmade pasta and meatballs for $10? No where else except Osso Lunchroom. This is unheard of and it floors me every time I get their pasta. The pasta in their bucatini & meatballs is cooked perfectly. The meatballs are awesome too. It has lots of fresh herbs on top so of course I love it.


Last but most definitely not least, these are the ricotta doughnuts. As if I couldn’t love this place anymore, they go and make something this incredible. The doughnuts are covered in cinnamon sugar and they sit on top of caramel sauce. The ricotta does not make these doughnuts heavy at all. They are fluffy and cake-like but not dense in the slightest. I barely shared them with my husband. So, so good.

Osso Lunchroom is doing so many things right. They are producing as much as they can in house as well as sourcing local ingredients. You really can’t get higher quality food in Langley. They are open Monday-Friday until 6 pm.

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