Recommended Breakfast Restaurant & cafés in Auckland
Breakfast Restaurant & cafés in Auckland
Nothing starts the day like a great breakfast, and they're even better when someone else is cooking! We’ve put together a list of our favourite restaurants and cafés in Auckland that can be relied upon to produce a breakfast of quality and variety. So check out ViewAuckland.co.nz's recommended Auckland restaurants and cafes for breakfast.
- Peter Gordon’s fusion cuisine
- Stunning views from Sky Tower
- Express lunch menu
- Brunch sat and sun
- Private dining room
Queenies is an adorable cafe in Freemans Bay, serving kiwi food in a kiwiana style! A favourite neighbourhood cafe to hang out in!
24a Spring Street,
Fernielea Cafe in Coatesville, is a great cafe out in the country only 5 mins out of Albany. With an amazing play area for kids as well as a great kids menu, Fernielea is certainly family friendly. Now open for dinner of Fridays.
302 Coatesville-Riverhead Highway,
Gala, Mt Eden, is not the sort of place you stumble over but it’s well worth seeking out.
23 Edwin Street,
Serving up Jewish & Muslim food of the Mediterranean, Ima Cuisine (previously known as Ima and Ibn), so loyal customers can expect all their favourites!
57 Fort Street,
The Library Cafe & Function Venue in Onehunga, Auckland, is a premium function venue in an architecturally designed impeccable restoration of one of Auckland's finest heritage buildings.
The building, built in 1912, is a true monument of it's time and offers the perfect setting for social gatherings, weddings and corporate functions.
The Library, adorned with impressive features of it's era with an expansive garden setting, is a truly unique venue in a central Auckland location that will make for a wonderfully memorable event.
55 Princes Street,
Meola Kitchen is the gastronomic home of internationally renowned chef Jan Gardner. Enjoy the stunning views of Meola Reef as you delight in the creative and seasonal menu inspired by Jans global roamings. The NZ Herald had their best ever buttermilk pancakes for breakfast and Metro Magazine raved about the huevos rancheros and gin cured salmon. Roman Hillman argued with Maia Palmer over the virtues of the succulent free range chicken burger versus the courgette flowers stuffed with creamy goats cheese. As you watch the sun descending over the bay and sip on the perfectly chilled 2008 Sauvignon Blanc grown in the co owners Marlborough vineyard leave Auckland for a moment and dream.
184 Garnet Road,