Good coffee and food here. Lots of choice including a very nice eggs benidict. Friendly staff as well.
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I revisited this place with my colleagues. I ordered French toast without bacon and vegetarian crepe lunch. They were wonderful. My colleagues also enjoyed their meals and cups of coffee.
Popped in for breakfast on a Saturday and was expecting the usual breakfast options common to so many cafes they are often hard to tell apart. I had the breakfast crepe with bacon and it was the best thing I have had for breakfast in...More
reserved a table for daughter's birthday lunch on Sunday. Excellent service and food, options on the menu to suit all 5 of us(2 adults, 3 teens). Thanks, we recommend and will be back again.
Was recommended to this place by many palmerston north folks. Cafe was full during morning tea, looks like nearby offices like to have their work meeting there. luckily plenty of seats. The display counter food looks really good, love the options of the bread. But...More
We use Cafe Brie to cater for meetings we hold at work- the food is always well received and often complimented.
We went to Cafe Brie recently. The Fish and Chips were good, the prawn salad was a bit ordinary, but unfortunately the coffee tasted burnt, and I ordered a double shot espresso, Doppio, and got a single shot short black. As some constructive feedback, I...More
Went to Cafe Brie in a group of four adults and two children. Staff were very pleasant and helpful. Good menu to choose from. The lambs fry and bacon was delicious. Everyone enjoyed their brunch. Good coffee
My colleague Paul and I had an excellent business luncheon on 10 May. The black board special of lambs fry and bacon was superb complemented with a glass of Giesen's Merlo.The table service from Sarah was first class! This was my first visit but I...More
Went in for lunch and had the pancakes. Things looked slow as many tables were full, booked or not cleared. I was assured there was not a long wait and they were right. Coffee was great tasting but a little on the not quite hot...More