Bringing cosmopolitan cool to Coromandel Town, Wharf Road offers the opportunity to ease into another day equipped with excellent coffee, interesting brunch dishes such as avocado bagels or Turkish eggs with chilli …
This cool cafe-bar sits among fields 3km south of town. Mussels are served with Thai- and Mediterranean-tinged sauces or grilled on the half-shell. In summer the garden bar is perfect for a mussel-fritter stack and …
Vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, organic and fair-trade delights await at this funky mudbrick cafe. The food is beautifully presented, fresh and healthy. Once sated, the kids can play in the sandpit while the adults …
Making the most of the simple kauri interior of an 1873 building, this smart pub has pool tables, decent sounds and a roster of live music and DJs on the weekends. The beer garden is smartly clad in corrugated iron.
Briny-fresh mussels, scallops, oysters and cooked fish and chips and flounder. Coming from Thames you’ll find it on the hill around 7km before you reach Coromandel Town. Ask if the excellent chowder is available.
Coromandel Town’s most upmarket option dishes up generously proportioned meals with an emphasis on local seafood. On a summer’s evening, the courtyard tables under the shady tree are the place to be.
Creative showcase of more than 30 local artists.
Classy cafe fare including pizza, counter food (tarts and quiches around $7), superb coffee and tummy-taming breakfasts. Craft beer from Hamilton's Good George is refreshing after a day's adventuring.
Smoked fish and seafood for cooking and snacking.
Small museum with glimpses of pioneer life.