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The Best Cafes in Auckland 2012: Best in Suburb

Apr 3, 2013 Cafes

Shore Rd Cafe

(This story appeared in the November 2012 issue of Metro)

INNER CITY
Britomart L’Assiette / CBD Federal & Wolfe / Karangahape Rd Theatre Coffee Co / Newmarket York St Mechanics /  Viaduct/Wynyard Rushworth.

CENTRAL
Arch Hill Charlie Boy’s / Eden Quarter Tasca / Eden Terrace Grano / Ellerslie Gasket Espresso Kitchen / Epsom Raven & Cook / Freemans Bay Queenie’s Lunchroom / Grey Lynn Kokako / Herne Bay Zus & Zo / Kingsland Atomic Cafe & Roastery / Mt Albert Pyrénées The French Deli / Mt Eden Olaf’s Artisan Bakery Cafe / Mt Roskill Rock Cafe / Onehunga The Library Cafe / Owairaka Cosset / Parnell Rosehip Cafe / Pt Chevalier Fiesta Coffee Lounge / Ponsonby Landreth & Co / Royal Oak Frolic / Sandringham Voila / Three Kings Orvieto / West Lynn Richmond Rd Cafe / Westmere Meola Kitchen.

NORTH
Albany Altura / Belmont Little & Friday / Birkdale Verrans Espresso & Food / Birkenhead Flavour / Browns Bay Ben Gusto / Coatesville Fernielea Cafe / Devonport Calliope Rd Cafe / Mairangi Bay Paper Moon / Milford Hamic / Northcote Sausalito / Takapuna Takapuna Beach Cafe .

EAST
Bucklands Beach Bucklands Espresso Lounge / Glendowie Dream Cuisine /Kohimarama Cafe on Kohi / Meadowbank Mint Cafe / Mission Bay Mission Bay Cafe / Mt Wellington Farro Fresh / Orakei Kings Garden Cafe Remuera Shore Rd Cafe / St Heliers La Vista.

SOUTH
Mangere Bridge Ruby Red / Manukau Urban Soul / Pakuranga Te Tuhi / Papakura One Red Chilli.

WEST
Avondale Salvation Kitchen / Glen Eden Humbug Cafe / Glendene Arum Cafe / New Lynn Kohu Rd Cafe / Oratia The Packing Shed Cafe / Te Atatu Luscious Food Store / Titirangi Vevo / West Coast The Piha Cafe.

WAIHEKE
Wai Kitchen.

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