GREYMOUTH CAFES AND RESTAURANTS
There is certainly no shortage of places to eat and drink in Greymouth. They are scattered throughout the township, but deciding which one to choose will depend on whether you want a coffee/tea and a bite to eat or a full meal. Many of these places have free WIFI and that would be a plus in my book. This is my personal choice: for coffee and a bite to eat, I would go to Maggie’s Kitchen, GAP or Robert Harris. For dinner I would go to the Union Hotel, Stumpers Restaurant or Speights Alehouse. For a takeout, how about Bonzai’s Pizza? For something exotic, try the Sampan or Priya restaurant.
DP One Coffee
On Mawhira Quay, near the Railway Hotel. This is an old fashioned cafe with a relaxing atmosphere with New Zealand music playing in the background.
Ali’s Cafe to Eat and Drink
This is around the corner from the BNZ in the town square.
This is on Guinness Street. A very popular bakery for those who want food for lunch or morning tea.
On Mackay Street, Bonzai’s has a pizza delivery business.
Also on Mawhira Quay, this place is a good place to grab a beer and eat. It also has outdoor tables in case you feel like having your beer or food outdoors.
This cafe is at the east end of Mackay Street. A good place for a coffee and a cookie.
My favorite. This place is on Mackay Street across the street from Paper Plus. Makes some good meals for a reasonable price.
west coast vape
Nice little cafe that also has computers to access the internet for $2
On the corner of Mackay and Albert Street, it does very good food. Good place for a dinner with nothing too exotic on the menu.
Corner of Guinness and Tainui Street right in the center of the city, this cafe has recently opened.
Chinese and oriental cuisine. Sampan is on Albert Street.
mega miter 10
This place has a cafe if you fancy a coffee while you shop. It’s next to the garden depot.
St. Herbert. Nice place for a meal. It has a true colonial atmosphere.
Priya (Indian restaurant)
Priya is an Indian restaurant. It stood on Tainui Street until it was destroyed by fire, but is now in temporary accommodation at the Regent Theater until it is rebuilt on Tainui Street.
McDonald’s and KFC
If you like Macdonalds or KFC you are in luck as they are close to the city center near the main roundabout.