Thursday, 17 November 2016

Plato Cafe

2 Birch Street, Dunedin 

Opening hours
Lunch Wednesday-Saturday 12pm-2pm
Dinner Monday- Sunday 6pm-Late
Brunch Sunday 11- 2pm


Free parking outside and surrounding areas. 
Limited street parking during work hours. 

Free standing highchair available.
Accessible with a pushchair (no stairs).
No change table in toilets but plenty of space.
Toys on request.
Dinner, Lunch and Brunch menu. 
Cheese on toast and other options available for kids on request.

Coffee - $4
Hot Chocolate $4.50      
Fluffy - FREE

Near by activities 
Toitu Early Settlers Muesum
Chinese Gardens
Farmers Market on Saturdays 

Sick of the rain and wanting a change of scenery we decided to check out Plato cafe and see what they had to offer. Located on Birch St on the harbour front away from the hustle and bustle of town, Plato cafe has a fun and relaxed atmosphere with its cheery, quirky decor. 
Upon arriving we were greeted by a friendly waitress who was very accomodating and assisted with a highchair and some books and toys for master Benji.
With an emphasis on seafood they have a dinner, lunch and brunch menus as well as their own beer "Birch St Brewery". 
Master Benji enjoying the books & toys
We enjoyed our Common Ground coffees and superb lunches. The price of lunches was on the more expensive side but you definitely got value for your money. They use fresh ingredients and try to source local ingredients.

Plato has a bright and peppy atmosphere created by its cheerful staff, collection of outlandish decor which made for a lovely place for lunch on a wet Dunedin day.

We would definitely recommend checking out Plato cafe whether it be for a coffee, lunch with the kids or a nice romantic dinner ;) 

Portobello Mushrooms
Seafood Chowder

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