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All reviews brunch pies nachos warm chicken salad cheese scone french toast eggs bene ice cream great coffee covered area nice selection of food small establishment arrived quickly blackboard menu friendly team friendly service light lunch
Cahoots is showing its age. The three of us enjoyed coffee, but didn’t try any food. Cahoots was fine but is not flash and it is not my ‘go to’ cafe in Greytown although I know the locals like it (which is why we were...More
We breakfasted there 3 mornings with a baby & 4yo. Staff were very friendly & accommodating & engaged with 4yo. Great food & coffee. A bit crowded but from the number of people who came in, it’s obviously a hit in town. Reasonable prices.
I always stop by here on my travels further up the North Island.
This is a very small establishment - but the food quality is outstanding.
The staff & owner are always bubbly & in good spirits.
I always appreciate their hospitality & friendship.
Cafe was a great atmosphere, great coffee, we literally watched the pies come out of the oven and the nachos was the best we have ever tasted. Also the prices weren’t to bad. Only $6 for a pie that was made right infront of you...More
First visit to Greytown in nearly 8 years so decided to have lunch at Cahoots for old times sake.Whereas the towns eateries have moved with the times this place is tired and shoddy,the coffee and food was okay but nothing to write home about.Eating outside...More
Called in here heading north from Wellington for morning coffee. Got tempted by a cheese scone, which was large and had a good cheesy flavour. A little on the doughy side but generally pretty good. Another couple of minute sin the oven would have sorted...More
Went for lunch with the kids. With a nut and egg allergy in the family, we are careful about where we eat and had just decided against a cafe on the other side of the road due to their lack of knowledge about what was...More