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The Terrace Kitchen


So theres a new blogger heaven in town. Its called the Terrace Kitchen and Bar.

This was the second time I’ve visited the Terrace Kitchen and Bar, this time with a close friend of mine. We just stopped in for coffee and being a Monday it was quiet. I seized the opportunity to take some snaps of my interior-goal haven.

I’ll tell you right now this is very visual heavy. I’ll also tell you that this is 100% all me and 0% sponsored. In saying that I would love to move in. Otherwise, enjoy.


Immediately as you walk through the door you know that this place is some kind of special. It has a cosy yet very manicured feel. Someone has a lot of passion and vision in this place.

The staff are friendly and you can see them working away in the kitchen. They came out and talked to me while I waited for Maiqui. They were more than happy to let me take some snaps while I waited, and chatted to me whilst I did it. It made me feel very welcome and less awkward (some bloggers may know the feels).


Not only is the design of the Terrace Kitchen a dream, but the extremely limited food I have had here is also very good. The coffee is incredible (I need no syrup or sugar here, a first for me- so thats saying something) and they have a very coeliac friendly menu. I may have made myself a little sick for one of these doughnuts though! Sometimes its just worth it to feel human.

I cannot wait to venture upstairs, where they have a bar. And if you look at their Facebook you will notice that their presentation of their food is of incredible standard. I am literally counting down the days until I get to go back!

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I hope you enjoyed this post, a little different for me, but I loved every minute of it. Let me know if you venture to Rotorua to visit them!

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