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Karamu Coffee Roastery and HQ

Give us a call

  • John Landreth (sales) – 02 xxxxxxxx
  • Mike Pullin (director) 021 804 900

Or come and visit us at:

Karamu Espresso HQ
Point Howard Wharf
2 Marine Drive
Point Howard.

Our locations


Green Land

View of interior of Green Land cafeAs a flagship cafe for Karamu, they don’t come any better than this tiny establishment tucked away on a side street in Thorndon.

Churning out consistently fine coffee with a hefty dollop of unsurpassed customer familiarity, Glenn and his cohorts excel. Scrummy well priced home baked goodies supplement your daily dose, and they’re 100% eco-conscious to boot!

23 Kate Sheppard Place, Pipitea
Check out Green Land on Facebook


View of interior of CaffiendCaffiend is a bustling jewel in the crown of Jackson Street, Petone.

Caffiend’s busy, vibrant atmosphere is complemented perfectly by beautifully presented food, lovely coffee (of course!) and efficient friendly staff.

Ably managed by Lou and Faith, two consummate professionals, Caffiend proves that the best cafes aren’t necessarily in Wellington Central.

233-235 Jackson Street, Petone
Check out Caffiend on Facebook

Fig Tree Cafe

Small boy eating at Fig Tree cafeFig Tree Cafe is located in a revamped church with pleasant decor and uber-friendly staff.

Christine and her talented cooks make everything on the premises using quality ingredients.

Well deserving of its Best Cafe in Upper Hutt 2008 and Wellington Runner-Up in Best Cafe Awards 2009, other cafes could learn a thing or two from the continuing success of this gem.

386 Fergusson Drive, Heretaunga, Upper Hutt
Check out Fig Tree Cafe on their website or on Facebook


View of Punch coffee hole-in-the-wallPunch Coffee Bar – Sometimes like a talk show, always good coffee.

Corner Manners & Victoria Streets, Wellington
Check out Punch on Facebook

Juniper Restaurant & Bar

View of interior of Juniper Cafe & BarJuniper is a fabulous place catering to a quiet romantic evening or a vocal cocktail catch-up.

The food is top class, complemented perfectly by friendly, informative, knowledgeable staff. They don’t come more highly recommended than Juniper, and is an absolute must-visit when next in Wellington.

Johnston Street, Wellington
Check out Juniper on their website or on Facebook

Dunshea’s Deli

Butter, cutlery and pepper grinders on a tableTucked away in Khandallah, Dunshea’s is a superb cafe and deli serving beautifully fresh food, and of course, brilliant coffee.

With meticulous attention to detail, Craig and his team exhibit a real passion for food quality. Whether for a coffee and a cabinet treat or something from the menu, Dunshea’s is guaranteed to please.

7 Burma Road, Khandallah
Check out Dunshea’s on their website, Facebook, or on Twitter

Mischief on Guyton

Chef Sonya Matthias says we eat with our eyes first.

Making a dish look beautiful as well as taste delicious comes naturally to this trained chef who exhibits considerably better than 20/20 vision.

The concept behind Mischief on Guyton, set up with Kelly Blinkhorne at 96 Guyton Street in Whanganui, is ‘food, atmosphere and service to make people smile’. The pair’s vision is a blinding success, set to keep the locals grinning for a very long time.

36 Ridgway Street, Whanganui
Check out Mischief on Guyton on Facebook

Chocolate Dayz

Interior view of Chocolate Dayz cafeWith an outstanding vista looking out across to Wellington Harbour, this beachside attraction is a superb place to dine. Excellent, delightfully presented meals are complemented with fast and friendly service.

Whether you’re an Eastbourne local or a visitor soaking up the lovely homey atmosphere, Chocolate Dayz is always a winner.

614 Marine Drive, Days Bay
Check out Chocolate Dayz on their website or on Facebook

One Red Dog

Interior view of One Red Dog with dog sculpture in the foregroundWith plenty of outside space, fast and friendly service, and ample activities to keep the kiddies entertained, this iconic Wellington eatery is sure to please.

With a mostly pizza and pasta menu, and an antipasto platter to die for, One Red Dog is a great waterfront spot to while away the hours with family and friends.

56 Customhouse Quay, Wellington
Check out One Red Dog on their website or on Facebook

Crafters & Co

View of bar and barista at Crafters Cafe and BarA recent addition to Wellington’s hip cafe and bar scene, Crafters nails a harmonious mix of daytime efficiency with nighttime cool.

Tastefully helmed by brothers Hadleigh and Spencer, the menu craftily supports exceptional coffee and the largest offering of craft beer in the city.

With the current beautification of Victoria Street, watch this beauty go from strength to strength.

211 Victoria Street, Te Aro
Check out Crafters & Co on their website or on Facebook


Leading the march in Wellington in the evolving food truck craze, Darcy (Curbside’s converted Bedford camper), truly stands out.

Offering sliders (mini gourmet burgers) and fabulous coffee, you’ll find Peter, Pene and Darcy at Taranaki Street Wharf on Wednesday to Friday and Riverbank Market in Lower Hutt on Saturdays. Definitely worth the effort!

Check out Curbside on their website, on Facebook or on Twitter

Keen for your local café to stock Karamu? Get them to talk to us.