Situated in an old bank, it’s an ornate and spacious cafe. We had very good breakfast. Coffee was solid (I’m fussy) but not perfect. Eggs Benedict was good. Service was good.
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I went to this restaurant today, and ordered off the menu (scrambled egg on gluten-free toast and a soy latte). I was charged an amount that, when I checked the menu, was in excess of the prices quoted. I went back and questioned the person...More
All the meals we chose were thoroughly enjoyed by all. The service was outstanding. Water arrived on the table a few seconds after we were seated. Also loved the large chunk of fudge I purchased on the way out - scrumptious! The desert menu looked...More
Lots of promise but just no atmosphere, it's just big and empty. The food was ok but nothing to return for.
The food at Element Cafe was up there with the best - we had a reasonably sized table booked with a varied selection of Meals off the Menu and the Chef nailed every dish that was served up. The Oysters Kilpatrick were obviously fresh and...More
We came to Elements for brunch but sad to say it will be the last time. The omelette was strangely cooked on the inside and outside like a folded pancake,then we discovered why....it had been burnt and so flipped and the burnt side was now...More
Having just arrived in town and visiting the I site for our information and souvenirs asked for a good coffee and cake. The Element was a suggestion and so we headed here. Two lovely cups of tea and a raspberry and fejoa cake and carrot...More
We arrived on the spur of the moment after a hard days riding motorcycles from Nelson The staff were very welcoming even though we could see they were about to close The meal was exquisite Lots of different tastes in both our meals which we...More
We enjoyed the Element for dinner--very much. My husband had Lamb Loin Wellington, and I had the duck. We were surprised that there were only 4 or 5 dining tables on a Friday night, even though the city center was bustling all afternoon. Seems that...More