Capers is open 7:30am - 9:00pm
7 Days a Week
Capers opened in October 2001 and has a passion to provide fresh quality food in an environment that caters equally well for breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee to go or a take home meal.
Stocking a wide range of both New Zealand and imported goodies including oils, rubs, preserves, chocolates, teas, balsamic vinegars, dressings, curry pastes, syrups, sauces along with Zarbo and Sabato products the Capers Specialty Foods Section appeals to the everyday home chef, gift hunter and the discerning foodie.
Here at Capers making coffee is an art form and the way that coffee is made is distinctively different throughout the world. New Zealanders generally prefer a more milky mix than our classic European counterparts.
We have developed our own recipes for the traditional coffees sold in New Zealand but ask us for your favourites – we will know how to make it. The FREDS (Freshly Roasted Every Day) coffee used at Capers contains A Grade PNG, Colombian Excelso (medellin) and Kenyan AA.
Children love to escape to the playroom to explore some of the interactive toys attached to the wall or be entertained by a series of (G) rated children’s videos.
The Capers team have celebrated and been proud of their success in being named Rotorua Café of the Year in 2002 and 2003, Runner Up 2004, Cafe of the Year 2006 and 2007 and again in 2009. Keeping up with their prior success, Capers has been named, once again, Cafe of the Year 2011. Come in and try our winning formula of great food and superior staff.
Looking for a great place to stay while in Rotorua? Visit Lake Okareka Cottage and Loft. Mountain bike friendly.
Open 7:30am - 9:00pm
7 Days a Week
1181 Eruera St, Rotorua
Geyser Community Foundation
Capers is pleased to support the Geyser Community Foundation. Geyser is unique in Rotorua in that it is the only charitable organisation established solely to seek legacies and gifts from throughout the community, invest those funds and distribute them back into the Rotorua community.
We hope you will think seriously about giving to Geyser and supporting our community too. www.geysercf.org.nz