Shaky Isles Coffee Co

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492 New North Road,
Kingsland
Auckland,


(09) 815 3591

Shaky Isles Coffee Co Information

Shaky Isles Coffee Co in Kingsland, serves the best coffee in town, delicious food served fast and fresh in bright and urban surroundings by the best staff in Auckland.

Opening Hours
Mon - Fri: 07.30 to 15.00 Sat - Sun: 08.00 to 16.00
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$$ per person
Food Info
Take Away Service
Awards
Metro Magazine Top 50 Cafes 2011
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Disabled Facilities
Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilets

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Reviewer gomads
1/05/2014
Best hot chocolate in town! Can't beat a melting Whittakers sante bar sticking out of a yum hot chocolate :) Friendly staff too!
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Reviewer CasperHarvey
22/05/2012
I work and live in Kingsland and tried out Shaky Isles to be pleasantly surprised. I had the 'pig in a bun' and it was awesome. Free wifi and mean tunes always a bonus.
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Reviewer Crystalcastle
6/01/2011
I've dined at both Shaky Isles Kingsland and the Britomart branch. each experience has been really good. Both locatiosn have a very different vibe about them. The Kingsland one is a bit more laid back, when i was there staff were laughing like crazy, service was friendly and the Crumpets with poached pear were delicious. My husband had a chocolate milkshake which he wolfed down with no complaints, followed by eggs ( can't remember how they were cooked - but he was impressed and he's been a chef for 10+ years ) while i opted for a mocha with a melting Whitakkers Bar in it. Yum
Britomart feels alot more City style, less laid back but still really great atmosphere. Awesome looking counterfood - big range of Baguettes and other savoury snacks. Will defo dine again.
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Reviewer foxiamthe
6/01/2011
I've dined at both Shaky Isles Kingsland and the Britomart branch. each experience has been really good. Both locatiosn have a very different vibe about them. The Kingsland one is a bit more laid back, when i was there staff were laughing like crazy, service was friendly and the Crumpets with poached pear were delicious. My husband had a chocolate milkshake which he wolfed down with no complaints, followed by eggs ( can't remember how they were cooked - but he was impressed and he's been a chef for 10+ years ) while i opted for a mocha with a melting Whitakkers Bar in it. Yum
Britomart feels alot more City style, less laid back but still really great atmosphere. Awesome looking counterfood - big range of Baguettes and other savoury snacks. Will defo dine again.
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Reviewer megan504
12/06/2010
I was excited to see a new cafe open in kingsland and from the outside and inside interior I already had high expectations of Shaky Isles. Sadly however pretty much everything about my experiences there have been disappointing. Firstly the service, the staff are too concerned with the tasks they are dong instead of taking care of the customers. For example standing at the counter waiting to pay for my food and having several people ignore you as you wait. Secondly the food, I ordered a iced chocolate which was the worst iced chocolate I have had in my life. It consisted of hot chocolate syrup at the bottom with milk and cream on top so the whole thing was warm and terrible. I wanted to order the waffles but the rude waitress told me "We don't have waffles" I looked at the menu thinking I'm sure I saw them on there and she followed with "Our waffle machines broken" it was so rude I should have just walked out then and there. The food portions are small and similar to something you could make at home if not better.
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Reviewer anion88
23/03/2010
good food. good coffee. appalling service. everyone who works there looks depressed. There are plenty of other places with good food and good service. Good service makes all the difference, something most New Zealand restaurants haven't figured out yet. Get with it guys. I wouldn't even mind tipping for good service in this country.
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