- Monday7 AM – 3 PM
- Tuesday7 AM – 3 PM
- Wednesday7 AM – 3 PM
- Thursday7 AM – 9 PM
- Friday7 AM – 9 PM
- Saturday7 AM – 9 PM
- Sunday7 AM – 3 PM
More info He pārongo atu anōVisit website
Walking into the restaurant, you are immediately struck by the sense of warmth and charm that permeates the space. The crisp, white weatherboards and leafy overhanging Pohutukawa trees are the perfect backdrop for the sun-drenched decks, buzzing with diners enjoying their meals. It's hard to believe that this spot was once an old takeaway shop, but Kate saw the potential in the space and worked hard to transform it into a thriving cafe.
At The Farmers Daughter, the focus is on using locally sourced ingredients, from the bountiful kaimoana to the fresh produce grown by the farmers who have been part of the community for generations. Kate's childhood memories of Matakana and her love of the local community inform the food she creates, and the result is a menu that is both delicious and heartfelt.
Whether you're after a quick coffee or a leisurely brunch, The Farmers Daughter has you covered. With 120 seats split over three levels inside and out, it's a popular destination for locals and visitors alike. And it's not just the food that draws people in - the friendly service and welcoming atmosphere make it a true gem in the heart of Matakana.
Location Te wāhi
329 Omaha Flats RoadPlan your route
Getting there Te huarahi ki reira
Omaha is approximately an hours’ drive from Auckland, and about six minutes to Matakana.
Local tip He tīwhiri mō te rohe
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