Where to Eat this Sunday

Posted: Sep 16 2016

We know how hard it can be to decide where to enjoy your coveted Sunday brunch. If you haven't already, try one of these awesome Auckland spots. Trust us when we say you won't regret it...

ONEHUNGA CAFE, 259 Onehunga Mall
The Onehunga Cafe serves southern inspired fare along with your classic breakfast menu items and delicious sweet treats from the cabinet. They don't take bookings on weekends but their speedy service will have you seated in no time. 

Must-try: Waffles - sweet or savoury



images via @onehunga cafe instagram

HOBSONVILLE FARMERS MARKET, The Landing by Hobsonville Ferry Terminal
A great little market with delicious food, coffee and locally grown produce. A wonderful alternative to a sit down brunch. We love the Fritelli Italian fried bread for a yummy Sunday treat. 

Must-try: Fritelli Italian Fried Bread with toppings



images via www.hobsonvillepointfarmersmarket.co.nz

THE MIDNIGHT BAKER CAFE, 218 Dominion Road
If you have any food allergies or intolerances (or even if you don't!) then this is a must-visit for you. The newly opened The Midnight Baker Cafe serves toast using their freedom loafs that are free of gluten, wheat, dairy and refined sugar topped with the most delicious combos. There are both sweet and savoury options so grab a couple to share.

Must-try: Cashew Butter and Banana Toast



images via @themidnightbakernz instagram

LITTLE SISTER, 91 Central Park Drive Henderson
Westie or not, Little Sister cafe in Henderson is definitely worth making the trip for! Get there early to grab a table - this cafes popularity is a testament to how great the food is. You may want to pick up a few sweet treats for later too, the extensive cabinet options are too good to resist. 

Must-try: Ricotta Pancakes



images via @littlesistercafe instagram

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