Patumahoe Café wins best Regional town accolade for Auckland region

Patumahoe’s The Butcher’s Shop Café has been named the Best Regional Town Auckland region winner in the 2018 Meadow Fresh New Zealand Café of the Year awards announced today, 20 December 2017.

The judging team’s comments included, “I can’t wait to go back to this very quaint and inviting café! It looks like something from Europe with an old black bike complete with flower filled basket leaning outside, a striped awning and pretty flower pots. I felt like a friend arriving, not just a customer.

The service was ’rural friendly’ and attentive. The standout for this café are the portion sizes – huge in fact! And last but not least, the menu promotes it is all home baking using free-range eggs.”

For the sixth year running, the Meadow Fresh New Zealand Café of the Year Awards highlight the diverse, the delicious and the most delightful of our great NZ café culture, shining a light on outstanding cafés across the nation.

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