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Brunch in Christchurch
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Guide to best brunch in the CBD

Brunch has to be one of the best meals of the day! Explore our top brunch picks.

Unknown Chapter

The well thought out brunch menu at Unknown Chapter focuses on free-range produce and new takes on classics (think the likes of avocado bruschetta, their most popular dish). With an in-house roastery, you can be sure that coffee ordered here is always fresh and excellent also. 254 Saint Asaph Street

The Caffeine Laboratory

Offering all day breakfast, the good folk at The Caffeine Laboratory won’t blink an eyelid if you arrive for brunch way past the midday mark. For those with a sweet tooth the Raspberry Ripple Loaf is a must try or if you are feeling hungry go for the pulled pork, potato hash and poached eggs. 1 New Regent Street

Uncommon

As the name suggests, Uncommon prides itself on providing an out-of-the-ordinary cafe experience. A carefully curated brunch menu showcases fresh, local produce prepared using fine dining techniques. Expect dishes such as Pannacotta Granola or Pulled Pork Eggs Benedict, great coffee from its neighbour C4 and friendly table service. 262 Tuam Street

Supreme Supreme

A great spot for brunch and a sublime cup of coffee at any time of the day, Supreme Supreme will always deliver. The breakfast menu is simple, yet perfectly executed and presented, the detailed design of everything within the cafe and friendly, knowledgeable staff make this an essential addition to your must visit spots. 10 Welles Street

Good Habit

A brand new cafe with the feel of having been there for ages, Good Habit on St Asaph Street will quickly become your new favourite. Serving Prima Coffee and an impressive load of cabinet goodness on top an interesting menu. 319 Saint Asaph Street

Black Betty

Breakfast and brunch diners are spoilt for choice at Black Betty. The menu here is brimming with sophisticated yet approachable dishes such as French toast crumpets, Betty’s bacon buttie, and next level brekkie tacos. 165 Madras Street

The Little High Eatery

The name of this foodie mecca is slightly deceptive, as it is anything but little when it comes to choice. The popular Bacon Brothers lead the brunch charge with their breakfast burger, Luke Little Brother, plus there’s other items to choose from including Banana and Bacon pancakes. Coffee needs are met by the new neighbouring Little Social. 255 Saint Asaph Street

Miro

Housed in a restored heritage building on Oxford Terrace, Miro is a café you must get to know. Stylish interiors, friendly table service, breakfast cocktails and next level brunch menu. This is a spot to make that catch up with old friends. 176 Oxford Terrace

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