Mel D. said: "Great romantic atmosphere and delicious food! We had an early dinner so it was nice and quiet and the mood lighting was perfect. Staff we were very friendly aswell." read more »
- Cafes, Takeaway / Fast Food
- Price Range:
- Cheap, Under $15
- Good For Children:
- Wheelchair Accessible:
- Dietary Restrictions:
- Meals Served:
- Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch, Dinner, Dessert
- Payment Types:
- EFTPOS, Visa, MasterCard
- Outdoor Seating:
Reviews for Southern Maid Donuts
7th December 2013
Tried this place with deal voucher. Good friendly customer service and donuts is very good. They offer good variety and interesting flavours. Would recommend the donuts and surely will be going back again for more.
by m m.
12th June 2013
Beautiful, true American style donuts. Like nothing else on the market here in NZ. They seem to be perfect every time, fluffy and light but with a touch of crispness on the outside. Their plain glazed donut with a latte is my favourite but they have heaps of variety such as the cake donuts. The packaging is super cool as well, if you buy 6 they come in a cool carton that looks like a gift box!
by Cassey T.
16th May 2013
WOW, I first tasted Southern Maid when I bought a deal voucher from them. Their donuts are really really good. I’ve only had Dunkin Donut before in NZ. And I swear I will never go back to DD again. My fav is their mango cream! They tasted similar to Krispykreme that I had in the States
by Young L.
1st February 2013
When it comes to donuts, it’s all about the lift and the lightness of the dough and the sweet flavors of the topping.
I love southern maid because it delivers in every aspect!
You cannot go wrong with any of their specialty donuts. Try one and I promise you won’t regret it haha.
But you might get fat.
by Matt C.
1st February 2013
Passed by this place the other day and thought I might have a try and to my surprise they tasted magnificent. I order the almond and chocolate donut and it just melted in my mouth.
Would definitely go back!! Highly recommended!!
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