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It's well worth visiting the Whitianga area just for it's cafés and a proper good coffee, breakfast or lunch in the relaxed outdoor settings of the Coromandel.

Throughout the Mercury Bay you will find great service and fresh food in our cafés with influences from the local markets and some interesting and unique themes that Coromandel has become renowned for. Coffee lovers won't be deprived as cafe owners pride themselves in making some of the best coffee in New Zealand!

There are several cafés in Whitianga as well as some not to be missed on your way around Mercury Bay area that includes Matarangi, Kuaotunu, Flaxmill Bay, Cooks Beach, Hahei as well as side road cafés on the way in an out of this popular part of the Coromandel. Having breakfast or lunch at a local café is a great way of meeting some of the locals who love a great coffee to start the day.

Watch the planes and grab your coffee fix, or enjoy brunch and lunch with us at the Coro Club.

Read more: Coro Club

The Harbour House Cafe is a renovated villa located by the Whitianga Wharf at the heart of Whitianga. This spacious cafe has loads of room for all of the family and a seriously delicious menu to choose from. 

Read more: Harbour House Cafe

Pipers Cafe Matarangi is not only a cafe but a fully licensed restaurant, offering takeaways and catering services. You will find Pipers Cafe situated in the Matarangi shopping centre and we are open 7 days a week.

Read more: Pipers Cafe

An iconic country cafe, orchard and gift shop set in a relaxing country environment on the route between Tairua and Whitianga on the Coromandel Peninsula. Come and enjoy our delicious cafe food and excellent service. Indoor or al fresco seating among our orchards and gardens.

Read more: Colenso Cafe

Proudly serving All Press coffee made by our experienced baristas. We offer a wide range of food which is freshly made daily on the premises.

Read more: The French Fig Cafe

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