Causing a Stir: Stir Cafe


The beautifully restored Christchurch historic tram is a renowned city attraction that brings joy to riders aboard the family-friendly journey. It is at the iconic New Regent Street stop you will find Café Stir, waiting to subdue your hunger and quench your thirst with its creative and artistic offerings.

 

With a cosy atmosphere, delicious Switch espresso, and an enviable menu and cabinet offerings – the quaint cafe is a stop on the famed tram tour in its own right.

 

Café Stir’s all-day breakfast menu is renowned for its eggs benedict with mesclun and a vivid pink hollandaise sauce and equally highly photogenic bacon and banana French toast with berry coulis and maple syrup.

The lunch menu boasts, amongst others, a seasonal whitebait omelette; garlic mussel spaghetti; mushroom corn fritters – and its famous take on the Kiwi classic, fish’n’chips.

The cabinet is bursting with delicious savoury and sweet treats (watermelon macarons anyone?) – and outdoor seating allows diners to soak in the ambiance of the colourful, happening streetscape.

Check out Café Stir on Facebook, or visit any day between 10am and 4pm.

 


 

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