The scoop: Kāpiti's best ice creams

Ice cream and the great kiwi summer go together like jandals and stubbies.
Whether it's a traditional scoop from the corner dairy or a gourmet creation, find your favourite in Kāpiti.

Koru Ice

Koru Ice

3 Addington Road , Te Horo

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Koru Ice in Te Horo is an icecream destination not to be missed this summer.

Located on SH1 in Te Horo, pull up to the roadside store to discover a bounty of delicious icecream flavours - some you've never seen anywhere else! Choose from real fruit ice creams, Koru Ice homemade gelato, Koru Ice homemade dairy free sorbet and coffee to go.

Koru Ice

Koru Ice

Raw Planet

3 Maclean St, Paraparaumu

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Offering smoothies, juices, raw sweet treats and delicious real fruit icecream, Raw Planet is Pure Wellbeing's brand of organic & raw super products & other raw products.

With different bases to choose from, Raw Planet offers an icecream experience like no other. Choose from organic icecream, organic yoghurt, vegan icecream or a frozen banana and complement with your own combination of organic fruit!

Located across from the sea in Paraparaumu Beach, Raw Planet is open sunny afternoons 2pm - 4.30pm Monday to Wednesday as well as 12pm - 4.30pm Friday, 9am - 4.30pm Saturday and 11.00am - 4.30pm Sunday (closed Thursday).

 

Raw Planet

Raw Planet

Cafe Lane

1 Maclean Street, Paraparaumu Beach

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Next time you are taking in the sea air at Paraparaumu Beach, nip across the road to Cafe Lane's ice cream window for a refreshing cone. 

Choose from Tip Top or Kapiti icecream - they've got all your favourite flavours! Available in a regular cone, waffle cone or tub. 

Feel like something a bit more substantial? Cafe Lane also offers great coffee and food from the menu.

Cafe Lane

Kāpiti icecreams

The Lost Jandal

104 The Parade, Paekakariki

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The Lost Jandal is a new spot on the beach front in Paekakariki offering ice cream, coffee, catered private functions, takeaway food and accommodation.

 

The Lost Jandal

The Lost Jandal

Passo

159 Kapiti Rd, Paraparaumu

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Passo means to pass, to stop by, to drop in. It’s the nickname of local chef and restaurateur, Michele Passarello and the original name of the street his family have been living on for generations.

Passo is his newest venture on the Coast. Join him for authentic pizza, pasta, secondi, contorni and more, just like his Nonna used to make, but now combined with modern flavours and techniques. More than a restaurant, Passo is a place to get together offering genuine hospitality, great food and drinks and a warm, friendly atmosphere.

Stop in for coffee, lunch, dinner or a decadent dessert. Gelato anyone?

Passo

Passo Interior
Passo dinner crowd
Passo pizza toss

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