Botany Town Centre,
(09) 274 4844
Ronnies Cafe Information
Ronnie's Cafe in Botany Downs, Auckland, bakes all food fresh on site.
Situated in a bright, covered and heated courtyard, Ronnie's Cafe serves breakfast, lunch and a light dinner.
Mon - Wed , Sat: 07.00 to 17.30
Thu - Fri: 07.00 till late
Sun: 07.00 to 17.00
Avg Food Spend
$$ per person
Set Lunch Menu, Take Away Service, Breakfast Menu
Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilets
Such a disappointment to start my Sunday at Ronnies:( I ordered sautéed mushrooms with smoked garlic on toast. First time round it was burnt so I couldn't eat it, I asked the waiter to please take it back, she said no problem she would get the chef to re-make it. Second time round as I cut into the mushroom it was white which meant it wasn't cooked:( felt sick at this point. I said to the waiter it's ok I won't be eating this, she asked if I would like a refund and since I couldn't eat it I replied yes thank you. An Asian lady approached me with $10 and said next time you come here do not order this meal. She was very aggressive and insisted for me to not order this meal again. Since I'm vegetarian I only have ever ordered that meal... But that's ok I WILL NOT be coming back to Ronnies and neither will my husband or friends. Very disappointing.
Rubbish since changing operators. Coffee on 24/11/13 tasted more like flavoured milk. I think they forgot to put the coffee in.
Love Ronnies, great place, great service, not very expensive, great range of food!
I love Ronnies. Great selection of food to choose from. Amazing milkway latte. Not too expensive and lots of seating.
Wonderful cafe. Spectacular food and wide variety. Friendly and prompt service. Delicious coffee. Cute atmosphere. A great cafe!
This place is lovely, nestled in a corner, its a small cafe and usually busy but the food is always good and reasonably priced. The service always prompt and
Highly recommend it
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