Particularly, customers are obsessed with the soul-satisfying Biscoff Banoffee Pie. Equally, there’s a range other bakery goods. Think gluten-free passion fruit & almond cake, cookies, loaded pizza breads, doughnuts and more.
Brunch highlights include Holly’s Croffle ($19) consisting of a hybrid croissant and waffle, topped with white coconut velouté and poached pears. Additionally, the Korean Hotteok ($20) is a scrumptious pancake stuffed with cinnamon sugar, grilled banana, bacon and drizzles of maple syrup. Plus, Kimichi Avo Smash ($19) on sourdough and Pork Belly Bao ($12) are crowd-pleasers.
Wonderfully, they also offer authentic Korean dinner takeaways on Thursdays and Fridays. Enthusiasts can enjoy starters such as Korean Spring Rolls ($10) and mains like Bulgogi Beef ($19.90) and marinated chicken Dak-Galbi ($19).
Warm up with a hot back or white coffee from $4.50 and add your own flavours like caramel or hazelnut for some extra deliciousness. Those sticking to a healthy façade can order a Lean Green or Very Berry smoothie, to name a few.
Certainly, give Holly’s Café in Auckland a try this weekend.
📍40 Gilliam Street, New Lynn, Auckland 0600, New Zealand