This place is great - if you can get a seat! It really needs more tables and space. It's also a bit awkward, as everyone queues up in front of the cabinets so it's hard to peruse the options. But, if you go a bit...More
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We could have been in a cafe in France ...it looks nothing from the outside in a industrial area but when you come inside its warm and welcoming. Very popular and you can see why . The food is very authentic.....tasty and beautifully presented.
This café tends to be busy, but despite that the service is good and the food tasty. There is a decent array of traditional French café options. The café itself is a little too small for the number of people and it’s always full. There...More
That early phone call that wakes you, and you've got 45mins to get to the agreed location. That was today's start to our Saturday. The girls at WOW were wanting a get together brunch. Location sorted La Cloche Everything on the menu looks like something...More
Having tried La Cloche for lunch a couple of years ago, and been very disappointed, i went here for earlier in the year with my daughter (who is gluten free) and was pleasantly surprised at how much better it is. The lunch menu is really...More
Was there for brunch. The food is fresh & well presented. Steak frites was cooked to perfection. Frites were crispy but not oily. Nice side salad & béarnaise sauce. Casserole du pecheur and boeuf bourguignon were equally good. Relaxed atmosphere & great service.
There was only one negative - the cafe was not quite warm enough on a bitter mid-winter day... but any slight chill was soon forgotten. Our young French waiter introduced himself (Kiwi wait staff could learn from this) and was attentive at all the right...More
You'd think that given its location that not many people would dine here. Quite the opposite in fact, it always seems to be busy even though its nestled in the Kaiwharawhara Trading area. To be honest its a bit of a gem with the French...More
I love France! The next best thing to flying there is a visit to La Cloche. French language, delicious French pastries, a huge blackboard boasting an extraordinarily wide choice of meals, and then there's the good, strong coffee. Spacious, comfortable, airy with a stack of...More