5 Sweet Treats to Try in Invercargill
Ago-to café whether you’re stopping by to see the classic motorcycle collection at Mecca, or just looking for a satisfying meal in the heart of the city.
You may only be a few minutes from the city, but Ziffs has a knack for making you feel a world away.
Walking into the traditional, elegant dining room of Emberz, tucked inside the Ascot Park Hotel, feels like a personal invite to linger over a long dinner.
Black Shag Boutique Café
Head to Black Shag in Invercargill for the perfect trifecta of coffee, food and service.
Amigo's Mexican Grill
The cheerful, upcycled decor and friendly staff will welcome you with open arms at this Mexican food establishment, and a margarita won’t be far behind.
If a flavourful meal in a cosy, inviting atmosphere is what you’re after in this southern city, then look no further.
Serving up New York Style bagels that are made with hand-picked ingredients, this casual breakfast and lunch stop is a tried-and-true favourite amongst students and local office workers.
Perched above the Pacific, Oyster Cove serves up the best of the best when it comes to Aotearoa’s seafood.
Invercargill's non-profit health foods store, café and community hub.
Tuatara Café & Bar
A brewery, craft beer bar and pizzeria rolled into one, visit Tuatara Café to enjoy all of the above in one of Dee Street’s historic buildings.
At the only café in Invercargill’s northwest corner, expect to nd delicious baked goods all made in house, hearty breakfast and lunch dishes and plenty of options for dietary restrictions.
The Grille Café
The Grille has been lovingly curated and decked out with relics of days gone by.
The First Timer’s Guide To Dining In Invercargill
The Auction House
Open for breakfast through to dinner, expect tasty tapas, a wide range of mains, funky cocktails, an expansive NZ wine list and frequent live music events in the spacious, modern courtyard that often play into the night.
The Crib Café
The Crib has something for everyone and is reminiscent of the 90’s most laid back beach cafés.
This restaurant has managed to keep the best of Southland hospitality, food and drink at its core for 55 years.
The Green Room
A hub for barista coffee and homemade Kiwi café favourites.
Order up Your Brunch Fave at 4 of the Finest Cafés in Southland
Fat Bastard Pies
Honest and extremely moreish pies likely to bring out your inner Fat Bastard in the best kind of way.
Enjoy epic brunch items like avocado toast with beetroot and mint hummus, sourdough, dukkah and free range egg while relaxing in one of Southland’s most well designed cafés.
Named for Buster Crabb, a Royal Navy frogman who inspired the James Bond character, this is the place for a bit of mystery, intrigue and great food.
Seriously Good Chocolate Company
A tiny store using chocolate as a medium with which to promote Southland to the world.
The Beachhouse feels like your mate’s bach and keeps visitors coming back with some of the best seafood chowder down south.
Small Prophet & Co
Pop into this studio to check out their art, upholstering and refurbishment work alongside other local wares.
Tumu Toka CurioScape
One of the Catlins most intriguing aspects is the petrified forest at Curio Bay. But how does a forest become perfectly preserved in stone?
Niagara Falls Café
A magical café run by a local family in a one room school house constructed in 1893.