The food at Sweet Mother’s Kitchen is inspired by New Orleans and Mexico. I’ve been quite a few times so have sampled the menu! Breakfasts I’ve tried were Egg Sadu and the breakfast burrito, both vegetarian and around the $20 mark. Really good portion size, so good and big that I struggled to finish either. We also had dinner there – a burger, that was at the pricier end of the menu, but still delicious and worth it.
I would rate the restaurant for value at a good 3 out of 5. They have big portions with a lovely flavor, that you’ll be hard pressed to find elsewhere. The service was quick and friendly despite being very busy.
What would you suggest wearing to Sweet Mother’s Kitchen?
The restaurant is frequented by young and middle aged along with tourists. You see all kinds of clothes, but largely a lot of jeans and blazers. As the place gets very busy, if you’re going for dinner it’s best to bring a jacket as the last tables to go are outside.
Ava J., Customer Service Representative, Palmerston North Office
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