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We're open every day 8 AM - 5 PM for all-day breakfast, lunch, and everything in between.

 

PIZZA NIGHTS ARE BACK, 5.30PM UNTIL 9PM FRIDAYS

23 NOVEMBER, 30 NOVEMBER, 7 DECEMBER, 21 DECEMBER

FEATURING OUR LONG FERMENTATION ROMAN STYLE DOUGH AND DELICIOUS TOPPINGS

CHESTER VILLAGE CHRISTMAS, 30 NOVEMBER, 1,2 DECEMBER

DISCOVER THE MAGIC OF A VILLAGE CHRISTMAS

WE WILL BE OPEN LATE ON 1 DECEMBER WITH HOT DRINKS, DESSERTS, WINE , CHEESE PLATES AND SMOKED BARBECUED CAVICCHIS SAUSAGES.

2 DECEMBER 2-4 PM FREE COOKIE DECORATING FOR THE KIDS, DONATION FOR THE FOOD BANK APPRECIATED

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    « It's the most wonderful time of the year... | Main | Take a peek at our new dinner menu »
    Monday
    Sep242012

    Welcome to autumn, where we try and catch our breathe and celebrate all things Pumpkin!

    What a summer, we meet some lovely new customers and continued to feed our regulars. A big thanks to the summer staff who are back at their respective  halls of learning, they worked so hard this year, we look forward to having them back next spring!

    October is the pumpkin month here. We are introducing for the first time the Pumpkin Pie Latte,, now available locally to satisfy your cravings.

    How versitile is the pumpkin...

    We will feature many savoury and sweet dishes with pumpkin as the star

    Cheesecake

    Pie

    Soups

    Pizza, with sage and pinenuts

    Whoopie Pie

    Pumpkin Bars with Cream Cheese frosting

    Cupcakes

    Pumpkin Pie Lattes

    DeeDees Pumpkin Spice Ice Cream

    We also hope to get our hands on some Propellor Brewery Pumpkin Beer....

     

    So come celebrate this humble vegetable at the Kiwi

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