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Telephone
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Introduction
Inspired by the spirit and energy of Auckland's trendy Ponsonby Road cafe and restaurants, the New Zealand Natural Cafe serves up hearty sandwiches, gourmet wraps, salads, soups and their famous ice creams made into sundaes. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
10:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Takes Reservations
Restaurant Website
http://www.nzn.com.sg
Signature Dishes
Grilled Beef Steak Pizza Wraps Splitting Banana Cafe
Review (10)
Level3 2015-02-24
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We had our tea break at New Zealand Natural Cafe this afternoon & each of us ordered a waffle with ice cream ($7.50). Although it was stated on the menu that the ice cream is vanilla, but the staff told us that we can actually choose the ice cream flavour ourselves! I had chosen mango passion ice cream to go with the waffle while my colleague chosen berries yoghurt ice cream. The waffles were very yummy (comparable to gelare)! Presentation is nice & looks inviting. What we love most were the crispy waffles, nicely paired with ice cream & honey drizzle & generous nuts sprinkles. Heavenly combination & addictive! =)  They also have chocolate lava cake with ice cream which look pretty delicious too. We will definitely go back to try out other desserts/ice cream flavours in future. Thumbs up for their waffle ice cream! continue reading
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The ice cream here is said to be natural and I tried the caramel chocolate crunch and it had to a of chocolate bits and cookie bits in it. The server was generous with the "one" scoop that turned out to be 1.5 scoop. And I got the new flavor promotion which was 50% off sooooo $2.60 for a single scoop icecream with a cone not a bad deal and again I enjoyed nibbling all the chocolate bits!! continue reading
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I have been walking past this cafe for numerous times. I always thought this place sells mainly frozen yoghurt and ice cream. One fine day I saw the menu board actually has main meals on offer. Since I'm doing takeaway, I picked the delish looking Triple turkey club sandwich ($14). It comes with chips and mesculin salad on the side. The bread was toasted golden brown with turkey bacon, turkey ham, hen eggs, tomato and lettuce. It was really tasty! I will come back again to try their giant wraps continue reading
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Level2 2013-05-09
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After dinner, had a sudden crave for ice cream. Walked past this place and gave a try to their ice cream. I had an impression that this shop sells very milky ice cream, but since it's my first time, I did not really care about it so much. I ordered the large cup size, and allowed to choose 3 different flavours. I chose raspberry sorbet, durian vanilla and cookies and cream. Among the 3, I enjoyed raspberry sorbet the most. Strong taste and I loved the sourish of it! I found the durian , cookies and cream too sweet for me. I would say durian without vanilla would be nicer, like the one at Udders. continue reading
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Level4 2013-03-09
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If you are craving for some desserts after 9pm, this will be a pretty good choice to consider for some cakes ;DIt was on a one-for-one offer after 9pm so I bought it!;D Some of the flavours are already sold out though.): So I bought the black forest sliced cake and the chocolate truffle sliced cake.Each piece cost $5.50 if without the one-for-one promotion.The black forest cake taste was a little light and would be better if the berry taste is stronger.As for the chocolate truffle, it is quite thick and it is quite nice ;DWhen it is on the promotion it is definitely worth it ^^ would probably try other flavours next time. continue reading
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