Find out what Cafe restaurants to try in Gisborne including Zest Cafe, Verve Cafe, Flagship Eatery, Nina’s Kitchen, Harvest Hangout, Robert Harris Cafe, Far East Coffee, Snackisfaction Cafe & Bar, Food for Thought Cafe, That Place.
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There are a lot of places to eat in Gisborne, but not a lot with such a large variety of vegan (and gluten-free) choices. The menu varies some, so there is usually something new to try. Vegan dishes include burgers, nachos, pizza, burritos, and others. The place works hard to craft a wide variety of tastes and foods that fall within vegan ingredients. There are also wonderful vegan desserts and treats.Non-vegans can certainly enjoy That Place as well, while eating healthy and enjoying the people watching along the heart of Downtown Gisborne on Gladstone Road.
3 based on 17 reviews
Motoring back to Tauranga from Wairoa, we broke our journey in Gisborne to have breakfast. We were lucky to stumble on this place late in the morning, and we noticed how busy it was, with people enjoying coffee and cakes, or ordering early lunches, although in our case we preferred to take yet another excellent NZ breakfast. Both our plates of Eggs Benedict were a treat for hungry eyes, and we tucked in with relish, with a large flat white for the Missus and an English Breakfast tea for me. $47 seemed reasonable?
3 based on 31 reviews
Thought we'd try this interesting looking restaurant for breakfast. The lady who took our order at the counter was very pleasant. The issues began when we sat down; I placed my hand down on the table and my fingers were coated with dust! Checked another spot, same routine. The table was covered with a thin layer of dust not obvious just looking at it. My wife's breakfast was average....one tiny shriveled tomato on her plate was the worst bit. The eggs though were very good. I loved the quiche I had; very tasty. But I also bought a frittata which was inedible (far too much onion in it for me). It's in a great location but it needs a clean and the food is, based on our experience, uneven in quality.
Gisborne's only full service coffee company - Visit us at our Roastery for coffee drinks, coffee for home, coffee supplies, coffee equipment and something light to eat. To find us, head down the driveway at 67 Awapuni Road (the driveway next door to the H
It's worth the effort to seek this little cafe out hidden in an the industrial area, between the town center and beach. On offer is great coffee, a limited but excellent selection of counter food, a small range of gifts and homewares to browse while waiting and a modern bright comfortable space that belies the industrial shed exterior. worth particular mention is the super friendly customer service.
4 based on 23 reviews
I have been a regular of Robert harris in Gisborne for a long time. I have always enjoyed it and the team there have been friendly and accommodating. The place does a fantastic eggs Benedict with generous helpings of bacon and sauce.A great amount of space in side and out and very rarely overcrowded. This is not a trendy place with simple layout and some would say dated atmosphere, however I think of it more as a modern day tea room, providing good food in a comfortable environment with friendly staff that know the regulars.They also do a great hot chocolate.
Plant based cafe and restaurant. Open 9am to 9 pm 7 days a week. Located at 55 Gladstone road Gisborne. Beer and wine available. All meals are eat in or made to takeaway.
We entered here accidentally, and then discovered that it is a vegan restaurant. I had never been to a vegan restaurant before. We tried the pepper potpot, it was delicious. But my favourites are the cakes. So good. I'll be here every week. (Mains are 16 NZD)Thanks for the great review. We are very new and still finding geat things to put on the menu. Keep checking us out as we improve!!! Looking forward to having you back at the Harvest
Had a mixed salad which was simply a bloody good salad. The salads seem to change daily and both time I have had one I am surprised by the mix of taste, the freshness,variety of ingredients and how well they went together. Accompanied by a good quality coffee you can't go wrong. Plenty of other choices if looking for lunch.
4 based on 129 reviews
We had lunch at Flagship, it was ok but not fantastic, the lunch menu was fairly limited. If you look out the vegetarian dishes and the ones containing coriander it was extremely limited. Unfortunately I dislike coriander intensity, you either love it or hate it , I feel menus should always state that a coriander free option is possible as I know many people the same . However the staff were nice, the food average, just didnât come up to the rating it has in my opinion.
4 based on 187 reviews
Visited Gisborne twice over the past 12 months and this was our breakfast stop on both ocassions Good service, good, food reasonable prices and easy access
4 based on 156 reviews
Zest was the lucky 4th cafe I walked into while trying to find the ârightâ cafe for this ex-Gizzy back on holiday. I ordered the vegetarian muffin & English breakfast tea with almond milk. The muffin was excellent as was the tea - nice & hot with great colour. The cabinet food looked nice also. A wonderful experience to recharge the batteries. Thank you.
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