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
Stopped here at the end of Otago Rail Trail. Food was delicious, high quality with a great range of choice. Nice spot to chill.
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 service and great food. Had both dinner and brunch. Highly recommend if your passing or doing the Otago rail trail.
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.