Farm Street Larder
Farm Street Larder is a 'food oasis' situated in the middle of suburban Mt Maunganui, attached to the outside of Bayfair Mall, north facing and bathed in all day sun.
We believe it is important to connect with the local community, hence the name, Farm Street Larder.
Our team of hospitality staff have worked collaboratively to design a functionally friendly cafe that uses fresh produce from local producers.
We want to bring back a focus on 'good old Kiwi cuisine',
revisiting recipes from the past with a modern presentation, but focusing on paddock to the plate where possible.
High Tea at Farm Street
For that special occasion
Our high tea is created with you in mind, something a bit special.
A selection of mini savories, tea sandwiches, mini sweet treats, scone with jam and cream
Pot of tea, coffee or juice
$40 per head, minimum of 6
8 November 2023
This cafe is 11/10, my partner and I love it so much we go here at least once a week for their early bird breakfast special. It is so delish every time and the coffee is always 10/10. The staff are so friendly and welcoming and make the cafe a great vibe. Today I had a high tea with 7 other friends and out of all the high teas I’ve been too this one was THE BEST! They had big portion sizes for everyone and so much food we couldn’t finish our meal. I always have a great experience at this cafe and will definitely recommend to everyone.
Food: 5/5 | Service: 5/5 | Atmosphere: 5/5
Our aim is to reduce our overall carbon footprint and not contribute to New Zealand's landfill problem
Waste and Recycling
All kitchen scraps are composted
All paper, glass, plastic and metal are recycled
Polystyrene, plastic, produce boxes are returned to suppliers for reuse
We will gladly exchange garden produce for coffee and cakes. This minimizes food miles by using locally produced produce
Reconstruct coffee sacks
Use recyclable and biodegradable packaging
Plant based takeaway cups, bag and boxes
Controlled portion sizes to reduce waste
Used cooking oil is collected and recycled
Seasonal fruit and veg oversupply and by products of meat and veg used for sauces, chutney, vinegar, syrups, soups etc
Systematized stock management techniques to reduce waste in general
Use 100% recycled paper for menus, napkins, take away bags
Receipts only printed upon request
Paperless accounting systems used where possible
LED lights (7 x less energy than halogen and incandescent)
Natural gas used where appropriate
All appliances are energy star rated
All water faucets are low flow where practical
Use biodegradable non toxic cleaning products bought in bulk
Both the kitchen and front of house use reusable towels and cloths
Packaged compostable bags provided free to the local community for garden use