Places | Toru cafe

January 30, 2013

We certainly aren't Ponsonby regulars by any rate, but I can see us venturing back every once in a while to this place. I find the layout of Toru to be rather refreshing; a naturally lit open space with a mix of rustic and modern decor. There were a few brow raisers scattered throughout the menu - like the soft-shell crab sandwich - far too adventurous for my taste but I can definitely vouch for the French toast with pineapple curd, lime and coconut. And don't even get me started on the smoothies.

Toru cafe, 136 Ponsonby Road

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comments: 15

Kcomekarolina wrote:


xoxo from rome

Kill4shoes wrote:

great pohots. 

Mia Marionette wrote:

Thanks a lot for sharing this. I love finding new places like this! Never underestimate a good bakery!!

rhodawong wrote:

the breakfast looks so good!

Kaye Awatin wrote:

The places looks so amazing and the food seems delish too! :)

Kaye Awatin 

Dani Taylor wrote:

Looks amazing! What innovative food.

Nita wrote:

Oh that looks soo good!!

xx Nita

Xjaime wrote:

I was going to say is that french toast with coconut? Looks delicious. Will be putting this on my to go to list for the next time I'm in Auckland x

Jennifer wrote:


xo Jennifer

Annabelle wrote:

Those macaroons look so tempting! The place looks like a nice place to eat

Amalie Espeland wrote:

ohh yumm xx

Gigi Song wrote:

I'm not a Ponsonby regular either but there are such amazing food places there! I will definitely check out Toru cafe next time I'm there :) x

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Myblissisthisway wrote:

omg looks so delicious!  and your alexander wang bag looks divine in these photos!

Canvasofculture wrote:

these photos are perfection. I've never heard of sesame macaroons- but I have to say they look great!

Aimee wrote:

Fantastic photos! Love how modern it is and everything looks so yummy.
xoxo Aimee

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