Indulge while you still can…


There’s a nip in the air and we’re starting to once again see a change in the seasonal produce available at the Marlborough Farmers’ Market.  For those of you on School Holidays we hope you’re having a great time and we welcome all young families to enjoy our Kids’ Tent while parents shop the stalls.  We have a great range of brunch options available this week and hope you’ll join us enjoying the fresh air and good weather while we’re still able.

See you this Sunday from nine til noon at the Marlborough Farmers’ Market!


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Easter Roundup


Thank you everyone who came to visit us last week at the Easter Farmers’ Market.  We were fortunate to have a glorious sunny Marlborough Morning and Teddy Bear the Rabbit (the Easter Bunny’s girlfriend) had a great time being patted by all the children who enjoyed our Easter Hunt.  Here are the lucky raffle winners of our Marlborough Farmers’ Market Hampers filled with delicious fresh and local produce.

1st. Ticket No 493 – Annette

2nd. Ticket No 445 – A Dawson

3rd. Ticket No 066 – T Onslow

4th. Ticket No 255 – Christine

5th. Ticket No 189 – M Mc Hugh

All winners have been notified and prizes collected.  If you know one of them you might like to pop in for a meal!


Enjoy the great outdoors while you eat!

Come and enjoy brunch alfresco while you still can.  With so many great baristas, bakers and chefs onsite you’re bound to find something to whet your Sunday morning appetite.  Here’s a taste bud temptation with Gourmet-deli’s menu this week …

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* Grilled banana and chocolate pastry with maple syrup $10
* Pain-au-chocolat $3.50
* Sausage, bacon, egg, potato and tomato muffin with a poached egg. Gluten free $10
* White chocolate and blueberry, bread and butter pudding with cream $5.50

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* Lots of other fresh delicious homemade goodies include: pork pies, pork belly pies, beef and potato pasties, gluten free stuffed kumara, and butternut & vegetable frittata.




Make sure you indulge in goat’s cheese this week since it’s Cranky Goat’s last market of the season til Spring.

For all you early birds Spudz n Greens has new season broccoli and cauliflower for sale.

The fig trees are starting to shut down now for Winter so make sure you visit Riverina for your final fig fix of 2017!

Pedro’s Empanadas won’t be here this week, he’s busy at home concocting a new product “Seafood Marinara Empanadas” which will be available to try next week. Mmmmm.

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Cooking Demonstration


Don’t miss our weekly Cooking Demonstration from 10.30am with local Chefs cooking their favourite recipes with Farmers’ Market seasonal produce.

This week we look forward to a sweet treat with Chef Roger Raizada from Roger’s Kitchen Tandoori Restaurant making Halva Cake infused in exotic spices and golden syrup with Desi Masala Chai.  It sounds delicious!


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