Paris For The Weekend
Located in the historical former railway station building in Kaiapoi, opposite New World, the cafe offers a wide range of teas, coffees and cold drinks plus delicious home baked food.
The cafe is a mix of old world charm, warm friendly service and a hint of Paris set to some soulful French music. Teas and our ever popular High Teas are served using bone china from yester year. Breakfasts, platters, crepes, lunches and the usual array of sandwiches, savories, cakes and scones are available as well as gluten and dairy fee options.
There is outdoor dining available, wifi access and excellent heating and cooling to suit the seasons. Ample car parking is available within a few metres of the cafe plus wheelchair access. No parking metres here to spoil your day.
Location – 57 Charles Street – phone 03-260 0011 – firstname.lastname@example.org – http://www.parisfortheweekend.co.nz
Red Eight Cafe
Serving delicious cabinet food & a scrummy brunch menu from Monday to Saturday. We use our own fabulous blend of coffee & service with a smile. Sweet Treat Friday is one of the best days to visit, as the cabinet is filled with additional sweet treats.
Location – 143 Williams Street – phone 03-327 0136 – email@example.com – https://www.facebook.com/redeightcafe/
Coffee Culture Kaiapoi
Coffee Culture is part of the historic town of Kaiapoi and where better to be than in Kaiapoi’s very own iconic Blackwell’s department store.
Rachel, Rhys and their team are thrilled to be part of the community, and their beautiful store is the perfect spot to catch up with friends, pop in for a pick-me-up or have a leisurely lounge over a latte in the sun (weather permitting of course). Delicious snacks and desserts accompany a great range of hot and cold drinks and are served by some of the friendliest people you’ll ever meet. Come see us soon.
Location – 121B Raven Quay – 03-327 7255 – firstname.lastname@example.org – http://www.coffeeculture.co.nz
The vision for the cafe is to create a community space & gathering place, that provides great coffee, excellent food and exceptional customer service. Rivertown Café is owned and operated by The Person to Person Help Trust a Kaiapoi community trust, established by the Kaiapoi Baptist Church in 1988.
The vision for the cafe is to create a community space & gathering place, that provides great coffee, excellent food and exceptional customer service.
Profits will be invested back into the Kaiapoi and surrounding communities. Bus stop right outside the door.
Location – 77 Williams Street – phone 03-327 0304 – email@example.com – http://www.rivertowncafe.co.nz
Jacob’s Bakery Cafe
Jacobs bakery makes all of its own cakes and slices and serves coffee to have instore or to take away.
Location – cnr Williams and Hilton Street, 67 Hilton St, Kaiapoi 7630 – (03) 327 6073
Fully licenced and now with beer on tap.
Try one of our delicious “raw” slices with a botanically brewed “Fentimans” sparkling cold drink (we recommend the rose lemonade).
Proudly serving Switch Espresso. ry one of our delicious “raw” slices with a botanically brewed “Fentimans” sparkling cold drink (I recommend the rose lemonade), proudly serving Switch Espresso. Closed Public Holidays
Location – 42 Silverstream Boulevard, Silverstream – phone 03-421 7787 – firstname.lastname@example.org – https://www.facebook.com/UrbanRevivalSilverstream/
Main Street Bakery & Cafe
Here at the ‘World Famous Sheffield Pie Shop’ we are proud
to say all of our delicious products are prepared and baked on site using
only the freshest ingredients. We have won awards in the New Zealand Pie
Awards four years running and bake over 20 varieties of pie
including fruit pies!
We also offer cakes, biscuits, slices, sandwiches and rolls, freshly
baked bread and plenty of other traditional Kiwi favourites!
Enjoy the pleasures of a traditional bakery &
the best pies you’ve ever tasted!
78 Main Street, Oxford, Ph. 03 312 4397 – https://sheffieldpies.co.nz/
Set in a late 1800s original villa at the centre of the beautiful country town of Oxford, Cafe 51 is somewhat of an institution in the local community.
Since opening in 2005, this homely, multi award winning cafe has been serving locals and visitors alike its delicious mix of traditional and modern cuisine, great coffee and fresh baked goods for over 12 years.Check out our current menu..
Oxford resident and chef, Tony, has a heart for the community, providing not only a friendly & warm place for people to meet, but also a place which provides jobs and an outlet for producers and artists within the community.
So when you find yourself taking the road less travelled and pass through this gorgeous little town, take a moment to visit Cafe 51, you will not be disappointed!
51 Main Street, Oxford Ph. 03 312 1751 – http://www.cafe51nz.com/
Cruisy Days Diner