The pasta and prawns are cooked well, and the crayfish soup tastes beautiful. The venison is well cooked and goes well with country vegetables. The Pinot wine they recommend is excellent. Then came the dessert "Affogato". It was a wonderful night and the staff were great.
After the evening of the intercity, I went straight to the hotel, because I hadn't booked yet and took the best window seat, which allowed me to enjoy the street view at leisure, and the fire behind me made me free to enjoy a shirt in the winter. New Zealand steak, lamb chops, etc. have been tasted, today ordered fried salmon. The salmon color is covered by the salad above, and the salmon is shimmering, and the fish is in the mouth, and the fish is in the mouth, and the fish is in the mouth, and the fish is in the mouth, and the fire is appropriate, and the texture is bright, and the inside is fresh and lubricating. The salmon is piled with a variety of dishes, nearly 10, the unodious tube full of balanced, seasoning with Thai sour sweet sauce; the bottom is the delicate soft mashed potatoes, and raw crisp salad in texture and taste corresponding to the corresponding.
Is the second largest restaurant in Queenstown. There were no appointments when I went. There were not many people in the store. I didn't know that there was a Chinese menu in the store. I saw English. The steak asked for medium, I didn't feel well. I ate such a raw steak for the first time. I felt good. The dishes were extra large, and a bowl of potatoes could be eaten by four people. Having been in New Zealand for so many days, they finally ate fresh broccoli, cucumbers, carrots and cauliflower, and they ate 83 NZ dollars.
Lobster, venison, green shellfish, are local features.
Western restaurants in Queenstown are all good, but this one has no special features of its own.
The seafood platter was ok and very large, just as expensive as other restaurants in Queenstown