Columbus Coffee Kapiti is your award winning, locally owned and operated cafe.

Our café is a passionate family business.

Serving freshly made food and outstanding coffee, while you enjoy the ambience in our welcoming café. Our focus as a team, is to provide you with consistent and exceptional customer service not only from when you arrive to when you leave, but throughout your life time as one of our VIP Members here at MEGA Café Kapiti.


A very proud moment for our café was winning the Supreme Columbus at MEGA franchisee award at the last national Columbus Coffee Conference. Columbus Coffee Kapiti at MEGA took out the top spot with 21 other Columbus at MEGAs in the running.


Columbus Coffee Kapiti offers flexible catering packages to cater for your personal or business needs.


Contact  Owner/Operator Frank on 021 053 1788, or email him at [email protected]






Become a VIP Member

We have just released our new Columbus Coffee Rewards system. It's electronic, and you don't even need a card. You'll receive points on every purchase you make at Columbus Coffee as well as member only promotions!

If you're not yet a member, sign up in the cafe today to start receiving exclusive promotions only available to Rewards Club members.



Retail Coffee Range

Try our BRAND new and exciting Retail coffee range. As fresh as coffee gets. Roasted weekly by the founder of Columbus coffee “David Burton”.


To view the Retail Coffee Range Menu click here.

Supergold Card Offer

Supergold Card holders discount applies Monday - Wednesday every week.


Receive 10% off your total bill.





The roasted coffee bean is perishable! Coffee flavours are composed of gases, liquids and solids. These flavour components rapidly dissipate or become stale leaving the coffee with no aroma or flavour. Always store fresh in an airtight container in a cool, dark spot. Only grind when you have to, same goes for beans.


Coffee is 99% water! The quality of the water will greatly affect the flavour of the coffee.


Using the correct grind is essential! How long the water stays in contact with the coffee depends on the grind and this will vary according to the method of brewing that you are using.


The espresso machine extracts the maximum amount of flavour out of the coffee bean by forcing water through the finely ground coffee at great pressure. The full extraction is best suited to blends or full-bodied coffees.