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Viki E wrote a review Yesterday
Dublin, Ireland75 contributions7 helpful votes
Small town with obvious alternative lifestyle. Very bohemian. Tiny eclectic coffee spots, niche stores and people. Visit on a sunny day and you will come away with a good feeling (even though you might not feel like you belong!).
Date of experience: April 2021
markilee wrote a review Feb 2021
Auckland, New Zealand951 contributions118 helpful votes
Pretty run down, not at all interesting, a bit of a view but nothing like the photo here. Very steep for walking.
Date of experience: February 2021
Naina-Damani wrote a review Dec 2020
London, United Kingdom1032 contributions247 helpful votes
Lyttelton is a port town on the shore of Lyttelton Harbour with quirky cafes, restaurants and electric shops.
Date of experience: February 2020
feipo wrote a review Nov 2020
Tauranga, New Zealand318 contributions57 helpful votes
It was a cold dull day early in the week. It was an easy drive from Christchurch. We walked around the main street, and there were not many places open and not a lot to do or see. A bit disappointed.
Date of experience: October 2020
GreerShanasa wrote a review Nov 2020
118 contributions21 helpful votes
Lyttleton has a special bohemian feel and no visit is complete without a lunch spot at Super. In an old pub Super has an amazing menu of carefully selected local ingredients, fresh tasty and appetising. The Asian Bao with Kaarang Chicken is fabulous, tangy and delicious.. One may not be enough. The hangi pork Bao bun was very NZ and flavoursome. Enjoyed my plum wine was presented beautifully. Fabulous atmosphere with local jazz played through the speakers. Cute cubicles, large tables.. Art and plants perfect. Staff so friendly. All in all a worth while return is needed. …
Date of experience: November 2020