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.
In the evening, I got off the intercity and went straight to the hotel after checking in, because I had not booked yet and occupied the best position by the window, that is, I can leisurely watch the street view, and the fire behind me also allowed me to enjoy the food freely in the winter with a shirt.
New Zealand steak, lamb chops, mussels, etc. have been tasted, and today I ordered pan-fried salmon. The color of the salmon is still dazzling even if it is slightly hidden by the salad above. When the fish enters the mouth, you experience the real melting in the mouth. It feels like eating two fish with one fish, and a brightly textured outer layer that is properly cooked. The heart is as fresh and smooth as thorns; there are so many kinds of side dishes piled on the salmon, there are nearly 10 kinds at a glance, and the anti-fishy tube is fully balanced. The seasoning is made with Thai sweet and sour sauce; bottom It is the delicate and soft mashed potatoes, and the texture and taste of the raw and crisp salad are in harmony.
It is the second largest online celebrity restaurant in Queenstown. I didn't make an appointment when I went there. There were not many people in the shop. I didn't know that the restaurant had a Chinese menu, but I read it in English. I asked for a medium steak, and I didn't feel half-done. It was the first time I ate such a raw steak, and I felt pretty good. The side dishes are super large, and a bowl of potatoes can be eaten by 4 people. After coming to New Zealand for so many days, I finally ate fresh broccoli, cucumber, carrot and cauliflower. The two ate 83 NZD.
Lobster, venison, green shellfish, are local features.
The seafood platter is not bad, the portion is generous, but it is as expensive as other restaurants in Queenstown