Sunday, 26 March 2017

KiKi Beware Boutique Cafe

344 George Street

Opening hours
Monday - Saturday 9am - 8pm
Sunday - 10:30am - 6pm


Limited paid street parking.
Car park building close by.
Small table, bar and curb side seating options.
Single level cafe - accessible with pushchair however limited room inside cafe.

No high chair
No change room

Coffee - $4.50
Hot chocolate - $4.80
Fluffy - $2 
Novelty Iced Coffee - $6.50
Milk alternative - Soy

Near by activities 
George street boutique shops. 
Meridian Mall
Wall Street Mall

If you find yourself on George Street enjoying some well earned me time window shopping or for those lucky ones an actual shopping spree! Why not pop into this pocket sized modern boutique cafe for a treat. 
Featuring  a long bar,  retro stools, small table arrangements and curb side seating layout, it offers a variety of tasty milkshakes, novelty Mexican iced coffees ,your favourite hot beverages,  home-made soda, local wine, and tap beer. 
They are renown for their fried chicken, poutine, salmon bagel, fresh-baked treats or a Vietnamese BBQ Pork Baguette (a favourite with locals). 
KiKi Beware have all your cravings covered. 

As this gorgeously decorated little cafe is on the small side I would save this cafe for adult only moments and as they are open late most evenings you and the hubby could easily enjoy a date night or even a catch up wine with your fellow mums! 

We definitely will be visiting again Xx

Thursday, 9 March 2017

Civic Cafe

Plaza Suite 7/50 The Octagon, Dunedin

Opening hours
Monday-Friday 7.30pm-4pm
Saturday 10.00am-3pm

Accessible with pushchair
Paid parking in surrounding areas

High Chairs
Magazines for both adults and children
Kids menu
Cabinet food and a menu

Coffee- Small $4.00 Medium $4.50 Large $5.00 
Hot chocolate -Small $4.00 Medium $4.50 Large $5.00 
Fluffy -$1.00

Near by activities
Dunedin Public Library
The Octagon


The Civic cafe is located across from the Public Library and next to the DCC. The Civic cafe is the perfect coffee stop when visiting the public library. We popped by one Friday morning before heading to Story Time with the kiddies to give them some morning tea and a quick coffee break for ourselves. Now the kiddies are 18 months and full of energy our cafe experiences are much shorter ;)

The cafe has plenty of space for pushchairs and is easily accessible. It has basic food with typical tearoom type cabinet food- pies, sandwiches as well as a menu. However, the food is reasonably priced. Their coffee is the locally roasted primo blend Capo. 

Patrons typically consist of local businesses and the elderly but the cafe certainly caters for children and families. It may not be the most glamorous cafe but the friendly staff make for an easy enjoyable experience if you're in the area or visiting the library.