They have a full menu as well as their cabinet goods.
A soy dirty chai and a flat white.
A halloumi & tomato ragga muffin, and a vegan chocolate cupcake.
A tea, coffee and healthy food place which opened in October 2018.
The beautiful mural was still in progress when I visited in November, two or so weeks after its opening.
A matcha latte.
A latte and a pear and ginger cake.
A neat place tucked in little Lombard Street.
They have other food as well, but their main focus is on pickles and pies, just like the name suggests.
The back wall is lined with jars of pickles, chutney, preserves, seasonings… – all for sale.
Creamy mushroom and parmesan pie, served with mashed potatoes and pickles.
One of two Frank’s locations (the other one is in Newtown, Wellington).
There is more seating upstairs.
Frank’s Benny – smoked salmon fillet on Agria potato rosti, poached eggs and hollandaise sauce.
Boston Style’d Beans – house-made baked beans with hand cut Agria, grilled halloumi, crispy bacon and poached egg.
A cafe in Tokyo with specialty coffee and an eco-friendly mindset.
Pour over coffee.
(They had coffee cocktails too and I was super tempted but circumstances did not allow…)
Kyushu pancakes – pancakes made from a mixture of 100% Kyushu prefecture grown flour and grains – along with amanatsu marmalade.
The cafe is located up some escalators of one of the Ebina train station buildings.
LATTE GRAPHIC has 3 locations, this being one of them.
Tomato and cheese pasta.
Banana and walnut pancakes.
I forgot what this was…but it was like a ice cream cheese cake hybrid.
A latte in their takeaway cup.
They have coffee tokens which you can buy and then exchange for takeaway coffee. They make nice gifts.