Nestled amongst car dealerships and warehouses, this place doesn’t seem to belong in our area – in a good way! Grandma’s Kiwi Kitchen is a classy cafe and gallery featuring art and food from New Zealand.
It seems popular with the officey types across the road at the law firm. Fancy juices for post workout types, home made baked sweets for long catch ups, and of course authentic NZ food for those who want a taste of home. Also has a selection of vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options for the health conscious.
I had a whitebait omelette while my companions had kumara chips. I’ve also tried their chocolate beetroot cake which was lovely and moist as well as a fresh apple and mint juice.
Lovely place! The only downside is that it’s not that suitable for times you’re with bub. It’s do-able but not straight forward…
Pram Access: if you’re bringing a pram your best bet is to sit outside. Otherwise, leave the pram downstairs and walk up to the mezzanine level where you can sit amongst the artworks. It is a bit hard (juggling bub, nappy bag, order stick thing, cutlery/serviettes) , so get the person you’re with to help you carry everything.
High Chairs: there’s a bit of a mish-mash of a few high chairs. Some of them are the kind that hook onto an existing chair. Unfortunately the chairs provided wasn’t safe to use as the whole thing kept sliding off the chair.
Changing: There are clean toilets on the mezzanine level but no changing facilities.
Definitely worth a visit if you’re in the area! They also have stalls at the Logan Central markets on Sunday mornings and just started at Kuraby markets.