Stopped in for the espresso and cake. Gorgeous French vibe with real french host and several gluten free options. Great for a weekend getaway!
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We lunched on a festival Sunday, the cafe was so busy! However, the service was friendly and unflappable, the food divine. We will come back on a quieter day to try the temptations of the regular menu. But, oh, my the rum baba!!!
Real French dishes and wonderful spirit ! Relaxed and fun the cassoulet was real and superb! The dish was full of duck, lamb and saugaue! Would win a prize in France! Everyone was happy with their lunch and in the end we had limoncello cake...More
My wife was meeting a person that she had not seen for 50 years and this was suggested to us well it could not have been a better place real French service and great choice and very large meals
We keep coming back … We have vivid memories of the warm welcome, great service, delicious genuine French food and excellent coffee. This is a very special place for a lovely meal or even just a cup of tea or coffee and some tempting item...More
Wonderful baking and yummy food, all with a french flair, and great coffee! An original and welcoming cafe.
Called in by chance and there laid out for all to see were the lovely pastries. Mouth watering delights!! So one would be foolish to ignore them, so I wasn't going to be foolish. The coffee was great, the pastries were great and lots of...More
Blackboard menu, lots of casserole-trype dishes (cassoulet, lentils with sausage and porc etc) it seems authentically french to me. I had the sausagy lentils, which were excellent, and my friend had roast duck which she said was superb. Her duck came with black currents (i...More
Its not the cheapest but the portions are huge (so its not expensive for what you get) the pies to die for and the best restaurant steak iv had in New Zealand. Not a huge menu but so well done Id happily just go back...More