Mum and I had morning tea here when we visited Glenorchy. The coffee was good and there was a nice selection of snacks and a menu for more substantial meals. It is licensed.
I loved the fact that I got a cuddle from the owner's cat - I was missing mine!
Favorite Dish: They have great home made savoury scones.
Foxy's Cafe provide a good range of meals including take aways. Freshly brewed coffee with muffins and cakes can also be found here.
They also supply freshly made bread rolls to infotrack for the Routeburn Trail guided walk.
This place is a breath of fresh air at what seems like the end of the world. After the long drive up to Glenorchy, and so often it is cold here, so nice to find such a treasure. Only about 4 tables inside, and fine weather dining outside, it is cosy and snug.
Really nice decor with old records and an old player, a fire, and art on the walls.
Favorite Dish: They serve real nice food and coffee. Other drinks too of course, but I'm a coffee addict and that's most important to me :-)
Dining is available from the fully licensed Rod and Rucksack Restaurant and café at the Glen Roydon Lodge.
The bar is the perfect place to settle in for an evening refreshment. The complex also has a full booking service for all the local activities.
The cafe was totally packed with tourists and locals, and staff were cheery and efficient.
Favorite Dish: I totally recommend the coffee and walnut slice, caramel-apricot fudge, lollie cake, and vege toasted sandwiches.
Great to stop and have a cuppa here before continuing the drive back to Queenstown, if you've been out to Paradise and back.