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Restaurants in Waikato

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6 places to eat in Waikato

Restaurants in Coromandel
Coromandel Oyster Company
On the way to Coromandel from Thames, there is a small shop where you can taste seafood and, in particular, the oysters grown by this company. Exquisite and cheap, a dozen large oysters costs about thirteen dollars or about 7 pennies. You can eat them there or take them to go. Coromandel is known for its seafood and especially oysters, mussels, scallops and lobster. There´s also a seafood feast in August that we´re definitely going to.
Cafés in Thames
Bayon Expresso
This is a very nice cafe next door to the Thames i-SITE, where all buses also stop. The owners are Chinese and the teas and coffees are prepared very well. They have a wide variety of foods, both to dine in or take away.
Cafés in Matamata
Robert Harris Café
Robert Harris is a great franchise of cafe houses in New Zealand. With very modern decor and an extensive menu of coffees and other drinks. You could say that this is the Kiwi version of Starbucks.
Restaurants in Coromandel
Pepper Tree Restaurant
This is one of the best restaurants in Coromandel. It has a large terrace fills almost every day and great service. They specialize in seafood, made famous nationwide by the giant mussels that are found in Coromandel.
Restaurants in Coromandel
Coromandel Takeaway
More than just a restaurant, this is a takeaway. There are only two tables on a terrace, but people keep coming to order the Coromandel seafood and fish takeaway. It's famous for its mussels, which are huge, greenish, and very tasty.
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