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10 Best Brunch Spots in Auckland

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by Hertz NZ - 24 July 2017

Ah, brunch – that marvellous marriage of a word, a bringing together of so many of life’s simple pleasures: good coffee, good food, good company. Bacon.

Brunch is a staple meal in foodie-hub Auckland, and with so many fantastic options on offer it can be easy to get overwhelmed by choice. To help you navigate your brunch odyssey, we’ve compiled a list of Auckland’s best brekkie spots.

Here are 10 places you should be eating brunch in Auckland:

Best Ugly Bagels

90 Wellesley Street West, Auckland Central

What: Fresh, tasty bagels made to order in front of your eyes
Mouth-watering must: King Salmon bagel


31 Tyler Street, Britomart

What: European-inspired modern bistro with ambient decor and friendly service
Mouth-watering must: Ricotta, zucchini and pine nut omelette

Dear Jervois

234 Jervois Road, Herne Bay

What: The undisputed brunch king of Auckland’s trendy Herne Bay
Mouth-watering must: Matcha waffles

Takapuna Beach Cafe

22 The Promenade, Takapuna

What: Relaxed brekkie spot with stunning sea views
Mouth-watering must: Post-brunch gelato

Federal & Wolfe

10 Federal Street, Auckland Central

What: Organic food oasis in the heart of the city
Mouth-watering must: Dukkah eggs

Ponsonby Central

Cnr Richmond Road & Ponsonby Road, Ponsonby

What: Bustling strip in the heart of Ponsonby with cafes and vendors in abundance
Mouth-watering must: A sweet treat from Foxtrot Parlour

Orphan’s Kitchen

118 Ponsonby Road, Grey Lynn

What: Fresh, hearty fare with a creative twist
Mouth-watering must: Ask for the waiter’s recommendation from the seasonal menu

Federal Delicatessen

86 Federal Street, Auckland Central

What: New York style deli with something for everyone
Mouth-watering must: Blueberry pancakes

Little Bird Unbakery

Cnr Summer Street and Ponsonby Road, Ponsonby

What: Raw, organic goodness that’s vegan and gluten-free friendly
Mouth-watering must: Portobello Benedict

The Store

5B Gore Street, Britomart

What: European-inspired casual dining with gourmet bakery bites to go
Mouth-watering must: Ricotta hot cakes

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