Restaurants in New Zealand
Martin has a goatee and a winking, genial gruffness. His restaurant occupies the glass-walled dining room of a 126-year-old yacht club. The room is tidy but unpretentious, dominated by views of swaying sailboats and old sheds once used by the American navy.
One of Queenstown’s hottest tables, is an easy walk for dinner. Dishes include a range of superior steaks, venison, and lamb, as well as seafood dishes—such as Antarctic sea bass with bouillabaisse sauce.
A modern restaurant with sweeping vistas across the gulf.
Vegetables grown on-site, and a great view of the Hauraki Gulf.
Peter Thornley's menu is an effortless mix of traditional and contemporary New Zealand.