Little & Friday is an Auckland based bakery and cafe, with a focus on handmade, free-range & organic produce.


Price Range Reasonable
Ambience Relaxed atmosphere
Accepts credit cards Yes
Wheelchair access Yes
Smoking area Yes
Noise level Pumping
Delivery Yes
Licence Alcohol free
Coffee brand Supreme
Food Options Organic food, Gluten free, Vegetarian
Off street parking Yes
Takeaways Yes


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quiche: all of them

Great muffins!

Treat yourself at Little and Friday! A cozy eatery away from the hustle and bustle, Little and Friday is the perfect place for an afternoon delight. Each flower and fairy light works towards a rustic and romantic feeling. You might like to sit down with a healthy breakfast meal or a cup of tea and a take-away salted caramel donut. Either way the variety of cabinet food and healthy meal options will make sure everyone leaves happy. You can choose whether to sit among the fresh baking inside or bathe in the sun on the outdoor seating. This little bakery is bursting with character, perfect for small children or even a date!

A feast for the senses!

Great food and great service and amazing atmosphere. Lovely way to spend a morning with friends!

beautiful tasty treats and so many options to come back and try.

Great food love this place!

Love how dog-friendly they are. We always stop here post dog walking on the local beaches and there is always a water bowl outside and plenty of people with their pups. Plus the cakes are unbelievably good!

What’s not to love? If you are a fan of beautifully baked, deliciously naughty sweet treats then you need to check it out. I keep ordering the banana cake with toffee and cream, even on the week where I baked banana cake at home. There’s something about it. And the jam donuts. And the caramelised onion, blue cheese and beetroot tarts which are both tasty and filling. The great thing about trendy cafes with oodles of baked treats is its an appropriate date with your nana, your kids or your mates. This suburban spot is best visited on a sunny weekday morning so you can perch on a bench in the garden outside. Weekday is key, it’s far too crowded otherwise.

As well as all the tasty counter treats (haven’t tried the menu yet but I’m sure it’s amazing too!) the courtyard is the perfect spot for my 3 year old to occupy himself while we eat. Though usually he’s munching away on some fresh bread or stealing my sausage roll!