Where the they deliver tasty treats from a tiny kitchen

Situated in a shaded courtyard, Rarotonga’s coolest café shares the historic Beachcomber building with a trendy art gallery and an upmarket gift shop; the establishment is humbly named The Café.

Why groovy? Because The Café is home to the Vinyl Revival Club that has a staggering collection of 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and Polynesian vinyl records.

Select and play your own music, or listen to the music others have chosen. Open for breakfast, brunch and lunch Monday to Saturday, The Café serves up particularly good espresso coffee, homemade cakes and tasty fresh food, including vegetarian and vegan options.

“Great coffee, cakes and delicious menu in the unique surroundings of the Beachcomber building. Our friendly cafe is quite popular with both locals and visitors,” said Ian Wheeldon, who co-owns the café with his wife Claire.

“If you're a big fan of the vinyl, you can attend one of the regular Vinyl Revival Club discos around the island. Just ask in The Café if there is one on whilst you are visiting Raro”.

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