7 of the best breakfast spots

In the city centre for your weekend
12 October, 2018

Start your morning off with a memorable meal that makes all the difference. Whether you're after a cozy cafe or a view of the waterfront, there's something on our list of favourites for you.

Le Chef, Upper Vulcan Lane

Indulge in all things French at Le Chef. Tucked away along Upper Vulcan Lane, this authentic eatery serves up delicious hearty meals that take you to the side streets of Paris.

Major Sprout, 21 Graham Street

With all your cult classic dishes on the menu, Major Sprout doesn’t hesitate to put an innovative twist on their creations. Feast on the Buttermilk Pancakes with toasted marshmallows that are almost too beautiful to eat.

Williams Eatery, Wynyard Quarter

Showcasing high quality, free range and organic foods, Williams Eatery is the ideal place to be adventurous with food. Try The House Crumpet with Goat Cheese Sorbet, compressed fruit and hazelnut praline to start your day right.

Scarecrow, 33 Victoria Street East

Scarecrow is perfect to start your day with full bouquets from their in-house florist and unique groceries from their urban farmer’s market. Serving food from 7am, get in early to enjoy the calming inner-city location.

Chuffed, 43 High Street

Hidden in a secret spot on High Street, Chuffed not only serves delightful dishes to start off your morning, the cafe also brews top quality coffees. Savour the bitter sweet glory from the brewhouse and dip your spoon into a Bircher Muesli or Banana Porridge. 

Giraffe, The Viaduct

Simon Gault’s Giraffe is a celebration of everything we love about New Zealand; local homegrown produce. Look over the wharf while you enjoy their Farmer’s Breakfast which features the best of all your breakfast favourites.

Odettes Eatery, City Works Depot

Bask in the charming oasis of Odettes and sip on a fresh smoothie or an aromatic homemade tea. Putting a creative spin on seasonal produce, Odettes offers mouth-watering options such as Matcha Brioche and Ember Roasted Carrots.