Reviews for 21 Viaduct Cafe - Sofitel Auckland Viaduct Harbour
17 days ago
Today I got the express bus over the harbour bridge from Albany to the Viaduct taking only 20 minutes on the expressway in rush hour to get to my first cafe stop for the day. My guess is the cars would have taken between 45-55 minutes longer!
I walked past Mojo at the bottom of the Vodafone building and decided to head to an old favourite which is attached to the Sofitel Hotel - 21 Viaduct Cafe. I had already made my own bread rolls this morning so got a takeaway Flat White - made expertly by the barista.
5/5 Location (the views are stunning)
Food - not reviewed
Coffee variety - Bach's.
Loyalty Card - need 9 visits for a freebie on your 10th visit.
Will try out the breakfast on my next trip.
one month ago
A fairly average eggs Benedict with a slightly below average coffee. Would be nice if they had a Bacon option for eggs Bennie.. Bacon side was superb.
2 months ago
Nice cafe overlooking the amazing yachts of the Viaduct. This cafe has a small cabinet selection but also a menu of interesting looking dishes. Lots of seating in and out, plus a table with magazines etc to gather around. Service seemed friendly although they insisted on charging me more than the price advertised. Definitely a bit more stylish than some of the other nearby cafes, will come back to check out the dishes next time I am passing through!
by Jay J
2 months ago
Good coffee at a decent price. The customer service is always great here. Good good food too. It is a bit difficult to find seating that's comfortable.
by Meredith-Elisabeth Tim Tam Tan
4 months ago
Andy makes the best coffee! I would come back just for it! The egg white omelette, hot smoked salmon and rocket meal was a bit plain. Upside- the view.
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