There is not much I remember about this café. I stopped for lunch with my travel mates while we all waited to board the inter-island ferry to take us to the North Island. This café, as with most on the trip, was chosen purely by chance.
For lunch, I had a coriander and chicken meat pie, which was messy, but absolutely amazing. The coffee took a little while to come to our table, and truthfully wasn't worth it (good thing the pie was).
The most prominent memory I have of this café is that it was the first time I heard anyone use the charming Australian phrase "fair dinkum
" in response to a story I was telling. "Fair dinkum" apparently means something akin to "really?!"
This is a photo of the waterfront area of Picton
, near where the Seabreeze Café and Bar is situated. It's not exactly right off the street from where the Seabreeze is, but it's close enough.