Best Eating out in New Zealand

| September 5, 2015

There are some amazing joints where you can find delicious food in New Zealand to enjoy while on your trip to this diverse country. Besides just being known for her rugby fever and the stunning attractions, New Zealand is also known for offering some of the world’s known freshest seafood, vegetable, grass fed beef and not forgetting their brilliantly made lamb. Therefore while on your trip to New Zealand, do not forget to make a stop at any of these eat-out joints to have a bit at some of the delicacies on offer.

Coco’s Cantina

Coco's Cantina

Coco’s Cantina

Located in a rather affluent area, the Coco’s Cantina you plenty of steak and handcut chips with cult status. The restaurant is located in Newton Auckland and the best part about it is that visitors do not need to make bookings in order to get in. as long as you arrive before 6.30pm, you are good to go. You need to take note of the fact that if you arrive later than 6.30 pm, you’ll have to wait around the block for a few hours before being allowed to get in.

Grove

Grove

Grove

The restaurant which is run by Chef Ben Bayly specializes in labor intensive dishes which have a tendency of appearing light on the plate. Most of their foods adapt old-fashioned cooking without being pretentious. This makes Grove a must stop over joint while on your New Zealand tour of expedition. One of their must have delicacies being the wild boar and confit hen’s egg.

Depot

Depot

Depot

Run by Chef Al Brown who is commonly known for his hunter-gatherer skills, the Depot is designed with white tiles and boasts of having industrial lighting for an enhanced appeal. You can expect to enjoy freshly shucked oyster and clams derived from meet slow roasted pork hock.

Logan Brown

Logan Brown

Logan Brown

Al Brown has also partnered with Steve Logan to bring you this smart but pretentious restaurant. The menu has some of New Zealand top delicacies including: paua, Waikanae crab and tautau. This restaurant is located along 192 Cuba St. in Wellington.

Amisfield

Amisfield

Amisfield

A rather unpretentious bistro located in a croft-like building outside Queenstown. Expect to enjoy some of the top local ingredients that have been simply prepared. The menu will keep on changing mostly depending on what is available therefore do not expect to eat the same meal two days in a row. The Whitebait and Cardrona Merino are labeled as the restaurant’s highlight.

Black Barn Bistro

Black Barn Bistro

Black Barn Bistro

Located in Havelock North a region commonly associated with its winery restaurants, Black Barn Bistro is deceptively simple. The restaurant occupies a simple plain room with wooden tables and off-white walls. Without a doubt, this is one of the places in New Zealand you need to make a stop to grab a bite. The food you’ll get here is delicious and include: a slow braised lamb shoulder served with smoked potato mash with wilted winter greens to make up for a brilliant and hearty meal.

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