Based in the old BNZ bank building, the Bank Cafe is a really good spot to stop for a coffee and something to eat when in Clyde. The location in Sunderland Street is within the old precinct where you'll find the bulk of Clyde's historial buildings.
Favorite Dish: The toasted sandwich was huge! My sister in law was very impressed indeed. The coffee was good and teas all made with leaves (rather than a bag). There are several gluten free options including the toasted sandwichs.
It was very nice to find this cafe open on a Sunday, as we had just finished cycling the Otago Central Rail Trail. Finding this oasis oozing with ambience and friendly staff, sitting outside in the sun was just what the doctor ordered.
The World Cafe is another example of where these small towns have reinvented their closed down bank buildings to a workable asset to their mainstreet. Most of these old banks are Art Deco style and really do work well as cafes. I always enjoy visiting such places.
Nice food to chose from, nice cakes and great espresso coffee.
Favorite Dish: Cheesecake and espresso coffee.
The Old Post Office Cafe is more than just a cafe having a full bar available and also open for evening dining. I stopped in here mid Cycle ride with the girls for coffee and muffins and was very happy with the quality of both. Being an old Post Office there are a few items of interest including old bank notes and banking items.