Restaurant Review: News Café, the Boardwalk, Port Elizabeth
FOOD: Choose from a mouth-watering selection of generously portioned breakfasts; toasts; salads; wraps; Mexican; finger foods; platters; burgers; steaks and grills. An equally impressive selection of soft drinks; shakes; smoothies; coffee; tea and hot chocolate will keep you refreshed for any meeting.
DRINK: Famous for its wide collection of cocktails and softails; shooters; chasers; premium spirits; champagne; wines and beers, News Cafe is equipped to turn your business dinner into a memorable occasion!
SERVICE: Fast, friendly and efficient – the waitrons add personality.
AMBIANCE: There’s a welcoming, lively, funky vibe that’s not overpowering and helps you unwind.
SPECIAL NOTE: News Cafe is a cut way above the rest and stands in a league of its own when it comes to service; quality and exceeded expectations. They are open from 9 am till late in the evening every day of the year.
- WiFi YES
- Generator NO
- Takeaways YES
- Kids friendly NO But kids are welcome
- Smoking YES
- Coffee YES
- Alcohol YES
- Vegetarian YES
- Banting YES
- Halaal no
image: News Cafe via Facebook
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