Considering nothing much around this is ok place to snack. I will not recommend any meals just snacks.
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Taking a slight detour off riding the Around The Mountains Trail was made to visit the Five Rivers Cafe. Service was OK, and whilst waiting it was relaxing viewing the displayed local artworks on the walls, the interesting fireplace and decor. It was an OK...More
Pulled in for a coffee on our way thru to Queenstown, very well worth it, the staff were excellent, friendly and helpful hot chocolate was great particularly either two Marshmellows, then realized that that also had a smallish gift shop which was very well priced...More
We stopped on the way through to Arrowtown with friends.We lined up to order our lunch and the lady taking orders just gossiped with another lady she obviously knew and ignored us.Our meals once ordered took ages to come.Some of our group had paid separately...More
we stopped here for breakfast. It was just about average. The strange part the charged $1 for hot water for my infant child.
So many choices for food good prices. Unique souvenirs friendly staff animals outside you can pat definitely worth a visit
Stopped for lunch and there was a queue out the door decided to join it and it was so worth it. Ordered soup of the day - tomato with ciabatta, it was delicious, beautifully fresh and tasted of summer! The coffee and hot chocolate were...More
Came in (as most people do) for a comfort stop between Queenstown and Te Anau. Sat down and had one of the best coffees I've had in New Zealand. Spied a painting in the gallery which made me laugh, (abstract oil of a laughing horse),...More
We were looking for somewhere for a coffee stop on a road that had nothing to offer for miles until we found Five Rivers Café on the corner of the road junction. We had scones, ham and cheese croissant and coffees, but there was plenty...More