Obviously very busy at the end of the Taeiri gorge train visit. Food was lovely and so was the coffee.
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There wasn't a lot open mid week in Middlemarch in May but Quench Cafe hit the spot with a sunny table inside and a cold drink to celebrate our 5 days of cycling. We opted for the local brew and a cider which slipped down...More
We arrived in Middlemarch at lunchtime while driving between Dunedin and Naseby. Quench looked interesting and there were a few vehicles parked nearby which is often good sign. We chose to sit at a table near the window to watch the world go by and...More
At the completion of the ride from Clyde to Middlemarch this was a nice place to stop for a toasted sandwich and a cold beer. The service was friendly and the cafe offers inside and outside seating.
Great friendly place and excellent value. Sirloin steak cooked well, crispy chips, 2 eggs with onion and mushroom gravy for $20.50. the limited menu had battered blue cod and prawns also. Called in the next day for a lamb shank pie - well worth a...More
Beautiful food, friendly helpful service. Good indoor and outdoor spaces. Friendly locals. Great place to stop on the last day of your ride.
Just a pit stop and a pie, but a good pie. Good coffee and friendly service. Easy parking.l would imagine that it gets quite busy when the train arrives from Dunedin. I will just say that the museum is only open after midday until 3or4.