Maddison Eatery

About Maddison Eatery

 971 Goulds Road, Rolleston

Maddison Eatery invites you to feel at home in its cosy warm space, with a breakfast, lunch and dinner offering. They focus on creating affordable and delicious dishes, using the best fresh ingredients from local producers and suppliers.


Brioche French Toast

Maddison Eatery’s popular French toast returns to their menu after a six-month hiatus. 

Supporting their old friends at Coalgate Honey and making new friends with White Heart, both local producers and Maddison Eatery come together to craft an indulgent breakfast masterpiece.

Each slice of brioche bread is soaked in a luxurious mixture of eggs and aromatic cinnamon, ensuring a rich and flavourful base. Sprinkled with sweet toppings of lightly poached fruits, drizzled honey and a cocoa cranberry topper infused with hazelnuts for an irresistible crunch. 

The lemon-infused mascarpone adds a tangy twist to awaken your senses and the crispy bacon balances the sweetness with its smoky flavour, for a savoury finish.

Our Producers

Coalgate Honey Co.

Award-winning Coalgate Honey Co. is a small family owned and operated business based in Coalgate.

They operate a bunch of hives throughout Selwyn and the wider Canterbury area, offering a variety of single sourced honeys including Raw Liquid Honey and Beech Honey Dew.

Other dishes featured: Smoke, Cafe on the Green

White Heart

Based in Tai Tapu, White Heart is your one stop shop for all things hazelnuts and hazelnut mixes. They have everything from your perfect hazelnut breakfast topper to roasted hazelnuts for snacking.

Nutritional Farm

Nutritional Farm is based in Dunsandel surrounded by nature, yet with easy access to everything, supplying nutritious eggs.

The way they farm is to "pastured" standards, different to the current standards in New Zealand. "Pastured" farming means the animal is living on pasture. It implements higher animal welfare and more sustainable practices.

They aim to give their hens the best quality of life, by rearing their own chicks from one day old and taking them all the way through to laying birds.

Other dishes featured: The Famous Grouse