Saturday, 3 December 2016

The Kitchen Table Cafe and Bake

111 Moray Place, Dunedin

Opening hours
Monday - Saturday 8am-3:30pm
Sunday 10am-2.30pm

Paid street parking or paid car park 
Outdoor and inside seating options
Accessible with a pushchair, some stairs down to lower seating level

Free standing highchair available.
Toy basket for entertainment
Breakfast and Brunch menu
Cabinet food
Gluten free, dairy free and vegetarian options
Kids menu

Coffee - $4
Hot chocolate - $4.50
Fluffy - $1

Near by activities 
Public library
Public Art gallery

We finally made it to 'The Kitchen Table Cafe and Bake'. Tucked away on Moray Place, I have often driven past this cafe and thought i'd like to try it. It was a very sunny Friday when we popped in for a visit and with the large glass street frontage it made for a warm and bright spot to dine - sun glasses were a must!

When we arrived at the cafe, although split over two levels it is pram friendly and with the helpful staff, they made it very easy to accommodate most group arrangements. From small tables, to couch areas to large spacious kitchen tables, 'The Kitchen Table Cafe and Bake' creates an easy going relaxed atmosphere.

We set ourselves up in the couch area and were provided with a toy box and high chair by the cheery welcoming staff. We downed out Common ground coffees  and delicous Fiands greedly (i will be back for more). 
Various cabinet food options as well as menu options made to order, as all food is made on the premises means they can accommodate most dietary requirements. When we headed out the door squeezing past the lunch time rush I noticed they also make Fresh juices, this will also be on my list to try next time! 

The Kitchen Table Cafe and Bake is a favourite with Dunedin and the attentiveness of staff was on point even holding the door open for us while we left with our prams! This cafe is very child friendly 👌🏻

Miss Zoe enjoying her coffee date.

AMAZING Fiands!!!!!

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