There are many different types of “best stuff” in the world. On New Zealand they have a Cafe of the Year competition. This year, Bespoke Kitchen in Queenstown have been granted the title.

This year winners were selected in four categories from which Bespoke was crowned supreme.

CEO of The Restaurant Association of New Zealand, Marisa Bidois, says record entries saw tough competition.

“The café culture is such a big part of life in New Zealand and our social fibre so it’s wonderful to see such a diverse representation in the finalists. We give our big congratulations to the winners.”


About Queenstown on New Zealand

This town sits on the southern part of New Zealand. It got about 32400 which is not too many. Queenstown is accessible by road and air but not by rail.

The primary road access to the Queenstown area is via State Highway 6 (SH6), which travels from Cromwell through the Kawarau Gorge to Frankton, where a 9 km spur (SH6A) leads to the CBD and connects with the Glenorchy Road. SH6 continues south, crossing the Kawarau river before heading down the eastern side of Lake Wakatipu to Kingston before crossing the provincial boundary and emerging on the plains of Southland, terminating in the city of Invercargill. A difficult road over the Crown Range leads to Cardrona skifield and Wanaka, and is New Zealand’s highest paved public road.

With this publicity. Maybe tourists that goes to this town, makes a visit to the Bespoke Kitchen in Queenstown for having a cup of coffee.