Made there in front of you and small batches mean that fresh is best, lovely coffee and tea, small menu but this adds to the freshness. Atmosphere can be noisy due to concrete floors, nice seating in the sunshine coming through very large windows. I love going to Source, great coffee and good service. Staff are friendly, hard working.
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I love it as they are "eco friendly", They use recyclable coffee holders and offer coffee grounds to patrons for compost. Add to that the yummy food. I like going there during the day for a coffee fix with a slice. Would recommend. It's nice to have a local cafe with friendly staff, good food and reasonably priced.
I went to Source today for morning tea with a friend. I had an earl grey tea one of the best ones I've had, I would say and a cupcake salted caramel. The service was polite and attentive, the food was yummy. I went back to grab a vegetarian sandwich for lunch and it was delicious.
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Fair prices. The only down side is that it does get busy and there isn't a whole heap of seating at tables, so private conversations might be best kept for a different place. I'm so pleased this place has opened, Taradale really needs some good food and vegetarian options. Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.
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Restaurant details Good for: Local cuisine. Reviewed 1 September Date of visit: August If you've still got some energy at the end of the day, it's worth tackling the m hill known as Sugar Loaf or Pukekura, which dominates the skyline of the western hills above Taradale. It has always been a focus for recreation and a symbol in the area, probably due to the magnificent degree views of Hawke's Bay from the summit. In the s it was site of moonlight particularly popular with the younger set, and in the s motor bike races were held in Taradale each Easter and the hill climb section took the riders up the steep slopes of Sugar Loaf.
The hill did not escape unscathed in the earthquake of Church Road Winery winemaker Tom McDonald recalled 'seeing the top of the hill rise up in the air and fall down again an estimated seven feet'.
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The Halliwell family gave the summit and surrounding area in the s to be retained as a reserve. Eastern views from the summit cover the Napier-Taradale area and much of the Heretaunga Plains, while western views include the Ruahine and Kaweka Ranges. The track to the summit is steep especially from the Cumberland Rise entrance.
The walk is graded moderate to difficult. Care should be taken in wet conditions.
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Puketapu Park. Mangaone River. Otatara Pa Historic Reserve. Sugar Loaf. Dolbel Reserve With its established network of tracks and extensive views east and west from the summit, the reserve is popular with walkers. Mangaone River At the confluence of the Mangaone and Tutaekuri Rivers on Dartmoor Road, you'll find an excellent, safe swimming spot to cool off after a day of hill climbing and sliding. Sugar Loaf If you've still got some energy at the end of the day, it's worth tackling the m hill known as Sugar Loaf or Pukekura, which dominates the skyline of the western hills above Taradale.