Over the past decade or so, New Zealanders have developed a keen taste for coffee, which has prompted a growth industry with new cafés and coffee roasting outlets springing up all over the country. The sheer volume of cafes can make it difficult to decide where’s the best place to get your fix. So here’s our run down of the top 5 cafes in Christchurch.
For awesome coffee, delicious food, and friendly staff check out Hello Sunday Cafe. Try the eggs benny if you want to get your day off to a good start!
If you want a cup of coffee whilst doing good, check out this top spot. Addington Coffee Co-op is formed around fair and ethical ways of doing business, and they have a small shop in the cafe offering locally produced, ethically traded and environmentally friendly products.
Black Betty's strength is in its’ coffee offering, including the not often seen techniques - siphon and cold drip. Great service, tasty food, and (obviously) amazing coffee make this cafe a standout!
If you’re a coffee connoisseur, Unknown Chapter roast their coffee on site, and it is all specialty graded and traceable back to the farmer. Plus, their food is pretty awesome too!
Under the Red Verandah Cafe is a firm favourite amongst locals and visitors alike. Since 1997, this family business has delivered great coffee, and friendly customer service.