A national chain store, Queenstown has the best location, not far from the lake. Recommend this shop very much.
The staff is enthusiastic, the food is delicious, the lamb chops are moderate in taste, not too salty or too light, the roast pork pie is great, and the lamb chops with mashed potatoes are very delicious. If you want to enjoy a meal in Queenstown, you are the first choice.
In Queenstown last night, we ate a local brand restaurant Lonely Star Western Restaurant. The average price is about S$50. There are dozens of shops in New Zealand. I didn’t expect so many people to eat it in this small city. Almost full of people.
This restaurant is famous for the Lone Star Pork Ribs. I ordered a steak, and Lao Wu ordered sirloin. Xiaopang came with a plate of venison. I still think the steak is better. The pork ribs have a sweet and greasy taste.
The salad and the pickled peppers did not match our appetite very well. The fried mushrooms were not bad. All the dishes were very large. Some foreigners ordered one for two.
This is New Zealand chain of American steakhouses, major cities and towns found, basically not much difference in taste, provide quality and quantity, only the best, the freshest local specialties. The main course is a large portion of chicken, pork and beef, but there are also special menus for vegetarians. Recommended: Ribs (pig ribs), charcoal toast, Philips steak.
Great location, by the lake in downtown Queenstown.
The location is great, and the service and taste are ok. Cost-effective when there are specials.