Now that you don't have to drive over the bridge to find great cafes for Sunday brunch, here are 5 of the best cafes that you need to visit on the North Shore.
Hidden away down Huron Street and with its beautiful décor and cabinet treats, Honey café located in busy Takapuna is the perfect spot for catching up with loved ones for a well-deserved brunch. From brioche French toast to smoked pumpkin smash, Honey is fresh and delicious and will be your next one-stop café.
12 Huron Street
It's time to put Glasshouse Café on your radar. With the natural light pouring in, this Northcote star has an all-day menu that offers some deliciously creative dishes like the upbeat eggs benedict with pork belly and the exceptional list of coffee alternatives. Glasshouse is the perfect spot to cater for everyone.
7/3 Akoranga Drive
Zomer is another Takapuna gem that is dog-friendly! With a beachside atmosphere, Zomer is a great café where you can start your day off with classic eggs benedict or satisfy that sweet tooth with some treats from the cabinet. So grab the girls or your family and head on over to your new go-to for coffee or a relaxing brunch after a walk along the beach.
4 The Strand
The most colourful eatery has landed on the shore and it's completely solar-powered! If you're craving something sweet then there's no need to look any further! Major Tom serves finger licking good dulce de leche French toast, or if sweet food isn't your go-to then enjoy the breakfast bruschetta with seasonal vegetables and prosciutto. Major Tom is definitely an incredible eatery that probably wasn't even on your radar.
87 Apollo Drive
Beam café is serving up the Shore's most colourful and delicious dishes yet! From bubble waffles with candy floss to eggs benedict with friend chicken, Bean café offers exceptional Chinese-Kiwi fusion dishes that are bound to play with your taste buds. With incredible friendly staff, Bean Café located in the heart of Milford is a very welcoming and appetising café that is sure to be your new fav.
192 Kitchener Road
Words by: Caitlin Beck