Reviews for Kramer Cafe
8 days ago
Great breakfast - fresh and well presented with amazing taste! Just a little different to your average breakfast in that it was presented so well and tasted amazing!!!! Lovely staff and well done chef - will definitely return
one month ago
It's a small cosy place and customer service is top notch.
I only have tried the coffee this vist and it's quite good. Will definitely pop in another time to try the food.
Would highly recommend this place.
by Sarah Maria Krieg
2 months ago
Krämer has been my local ever since I moved to the area in February. The staff are amazingly friendly. It's great to pop down for a chat and cappuccino before work. The coffee is always tasty, and their food is made with love. My favorites are the pretzels! Couldn't recommend this place enough!
by Melody Shinnick
2 months ago
BEST coffee in Auckland. First place I saw "barista milk" being used. All organic: coffee, milk, sugar... Personal friendly service. Lovely people. Make me feel like I am the centre of attention and they are genuinely happy to see me. Specialise in German baked goods but all food is great quality. Love the "Tiny Shop" and retro items.
Always support local, family-owned business and this one is well worth the effort.
by Philip Parker
3 months ago
I went to Kramer Cafe on mothers day after a recommendation by friends, although a small place i found the service very friendly (but not over the top), and the food excellent. My coffee was great and the lemmy was old style and refreshing. At last a cafe which makes its own sauces and straight from the supermarket. i even managed to get parking parking right outside (i guess lady luck was on myside)
I will be back without a doubt
by Lisa Edgar
3 months ago
Kramer cafe & tiny store is a relatively newcomer in the hood of Mt Albert. We went for a Saturday morning coffee run and got a baguette sandwich to share. Much to my disappointment, the experience wasn't a good one. My coffee was very milky and my husband's hot chocolate (not a coffee drinker) was almost tasteless. On a better note, the sandwich was pretty yummy. Chewy bread (maybe it's home made?) and thinly sliced cucumbers with a nice pickle.
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