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What's WFI?

Did you know Rouge is one of the founding members of Waikato Food Inc.?
WFI aims to raise the profile of the fantastic food that we grow and produce in the Waikato. At Rouge we love local, and we definitely love local food (who doesn't!), so we're very proud to support WFI.
Find out more at waikatofoodinc.com

Eat local, buy local

Go blue with us at Rouge this September!

Enjoy a Blue September Breakfast at Rouge and help raise funds for the Prostate Cancer Foundation.
$30 includes any breakfast from the menu, a coffee or hot drink, and a $15 donation to the Prostate Cancer Foundation.
Available Mon-Fri 7.30am-9am during September.
Get your friends and workmates together and support a great cause!
Bookings advised for groups - call us on 823 9178

Blue September Breakfasts at Rouge to raise money for the Prostate Cancer Foundation

Lunch Specials 27.06.16

  • Pleiades Pulled Pork
  • Celebrating Matariki, this is our dish for the Tino Reka Te Kai food challenge.
    Pulled Pork flavoured with kawakawa and horopito, smoky Manuka apple sauce and greens served open sandwich style on a kumara and flaxseed bread.
    Suggested beverage match: Zeffer Apple Cider

  • Kedgeree
  • Manuka smoked Trevally, madras curry, and basmati rice, topped with fresh coriander, yoghurt and a free-range poached egg.

  • Soup of the day
  • Home-made roast parsnip & garlic.

Mural

Over the weekend a new mural was created on the outside wall of Rouge, by local artists Vera Bucsu and Bruce McLachlan. It features Emma Dyke, a member of the NZ Rowing team going to the Rio Olympic Games. Emma is the youngest member of the NZ Womens Eight, and her amazing red hair makes her the perfect model for this piece of art.

Mural at Rouge Cafe, Cambridge, featuring rower Emma Dyke

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