We treated ourselves waffles and coffee. Besides the waffles they also have a nice display cabinet with selection of mouth watering desserts. Highly recommended. Decor is nice and modern. Child friendly. Will definitely visit again.
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Went for lunch with fam, great tasty dishes, great service, and even though they said the wait will be 30 min, it was not nearly that long. Great atmosphere.
Been here lots of times , often with my wife just for one of their excellent cabinet desserts and a coffee. Also the occasional dinner, a little pricy compared with the competition but very good and comfortable surroundings.
On the sea front opposite the ferry terminal in the seaside village of Devonport Auckland, the Dixie Brown restaurant is very well placed for a short trip by ferry from the bustle of Auckland city.A very large menu (literally- it takes up half the table)...More
This restaurant has a lovely space. The menu is varied with something for everyone. The desserts are displayed in a revolving cabinet, and we could not resist the Mars Bar Cheesecake. The taset lived up to the looks.
My wife and I had a most enjoyable dinner ; whole experience was great from service , choice in menu , speed of delivery , taste My `Ribs ` were cooked just right and was a large meal l followed by Lemon Tart , again...More
I recently celebrated my birthday at Dixie Browns in Devonport. We had three courses and each was of a very high standard. The choice of meals is extensive and a range of dining styles available. The service was exemplary and just right in terms of...More
Turn right as you come off the ferry and Dixie Brown's is pretty much dead ahead. Devonport itself is an oasis of tranquillity compared to frenetic Auckland and DB's is an excellent choice for breakfast ( and probably other meals ). Nice space outside with...More
Dixie Brown's has inside dining for blustery days and on-the-sidewalk terrace dining when weather is fine. Eating on the terrace as I did, you have not only a view of Auckland harbour, but interesting people-watching as tourists and residents walk to and fro the nearby...More