The atmosphere was great the food and service was excellent and reasonably priced. The service was very good
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We stopped here for lunch. The tapas were excellent, with both grown-ups and kids well catered for. The service was functional. We were very disappointed to be overcharged for a bottle of wine. It was a only a few dollars but that’s not the point....More
The others on the tour commented that it was odd that I was placed all alone on a single table away from the rest, I must agree. The paella for lunch was not better than average and the wine, a Shiraz blend, was slightly above...More
This was our favourite of all the winery’s visited. Staff were very knowledgeable and had a good sense of humour so made it a fun visit. Very pretty setting with a great restaurant on site serving tapas dishes. A really nice afternoon out.
We decided to have the $75 set menu for lunch. It was really good value, in our opinions. Gazpacho, a selection of tapas,a main of paella, beef cheek, salad and a piece of orange cake to finish. The paella was delicious, with generous servings of...More
Did a brief tasting here as a part of the Taste of Wahiheke tour from Fullers. Definitely the best stop on the tour by far. The estate itself is beautiful. The area we were shown to is covered with mosaic designs, apparently all hand done....More
A group of nine of us recently has drinks and tapas. Fabulous service, beautiful food, quirky setting and intriguing mosaics....I'd say for vineyard picks on the island, this would be one of the more interesting and aesthetically pleasing. Thanks for a lovely evening.
Amazing service and food, my wife and I popped in on a Saturday morning for lunch. We had our small dog with us and they happily said we could pop her under a Olive tree in the grove and shade. Our waitress without asking filled...More