Reviews for Nineteen Cafe
by Elle Noire
Sep 27, 2012
I live down the road so go there quite often. The food is good and the staff are friendly. They usually have good music playing too. I'd definitely recommend their wedges, and their long blacks. Occasionally they do a german BBQ which more people should go to. I'm a vegetarian but others have told me the food is great, and you only pay $15 and can eat as much as you like.
by Andrei Kainer
Sep 25, 2012
My wife and I eat at nineteen regularly, the food is fantastic, service faultless and our children are always made to feel welcome. No matter what the weather is like it is always great to look out over the greens. Well done Nineteen team!
Jul 17, 2012
Strolled along to Nineteen for lunch on Saturday as we live just up the road. Food was fantastic! The three of us had Cremed Mushrooms on Focacia bread; Eggs Benedict and a humble Steak pie. Everything was superb including the coffee, view and service. Highly recommend this place. Affordable too!
by Lucy G.
Jul 06, 2012
Absolutely beautiful smoked salmon eggs benedict. Their blurb on this site says they create everything inhouse. Does that include smoking the salmon? - because it tasted AMAZING.
I had to knock a star off, as there was the unfortunate head-jarring crunch of egg-shell that was hiding in one of my eggs - aaaargh! Luckily I picked the tiny bits all out fairly easily and the incident wasn't repeated.
Secondly, when I asked about the discount advertised on this site, the staff looked at me blankly. Luckily I could look it up on my smartphone and show them the ad! So that wasn't a problem once we'd sorted it out.
The young woman who served me was very friendly, and I was delighted that that she made my soy flat-white with the barista-grade Vitasoy, (the one where can't actually taste the 'soy' flavour). BIG thumbs up for that!
Another bonus was the incredibly handy location and heaps of parking.
Yes, it's within a golf club... and it's got that club-house feel... but with views of the rolling green golf course and trees, and full afternoon sun, it was a very nice spot for my brunchy late-lunch.
Jun 13, 2012
Great food, coffee and service! I've been there a couple of times now and will be going back again. Eggs benidict with house smoked salmon is particularly tasty! The hollandaise is made fresh rather than the bought in rubbish you seem to get at a lot of places. Even the pies are homemade! Proves these guys are really making an effort! Would definitely recommend.
by David Mclaren
Jun 11, 2012
Good Food, although largely undiscovered at the moment, Great for a coffee and a bite to eat at the end of a round of golf. Good value for money although on first look of the menu it seems a little expensive the food delivers above its price.
Jun 11, 2012
Went to this cafe with a couple of friends for lunch and the quality of food was fantastic. Between the three of us we had crepes, fish and chips and the eggs benedict with salmon. All 3 were superb. Coffee was also really nice.
Most cafes seem to produce average food which is over priced, it's nice to find somewhere that has quality food at a very reasonable price, we will definitely be coming back.
by Bida M
Jun 10, 2012
Went in a couple of times for breakfast, eggs benedict was really fresh and a whole piece of smoke salmon was pretty impressive as i haven't found anywhere else, very tasty and filling! Second time i had fish and chips- normally i feel guilty after having fish -n chips, but very kiwi and gourmet! The fish was fresh and hot, the chips were crispy and light, the salad was yummy and fresh, probably my favorite fish and chips yet! Enjoyed watching the golfers play (good prices too), service was friendly and quick. Would highly recommend with no hesitation! Check it out!
Jun 02, 2012
I have had both the homemade steak and cheese pie, amazing ! I also had the eggs benedict the other day, probably the best I have had in awhile, eggs were perfect and bacon crispy along with a great hollendaise , can't be faulted... all with great tasting coffee form Atomic, probably teh best undiscovered local cafe yet
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