Great food with no frills. You must try the prawn toast! Can get a bit noisy on a Friday night in the bar. Lovely staff. Good menu.
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Recently a large group of us booked the Gatsby Room for a function. The room is perfect for a vantage point of the views on a sunny Napier evening. Truly this place was put in the most perfect location all those years ago, very lovely...More
Great experience starting with Tipsy Tea cocktails in the lounge and a great dinner in the restaurant. The small plates we shared were mostly great, duck ravioli was a little bland made up for by the salmon and massaman curry beef. Everyone agreed the mains...More
Love the fact that it is part of the Masonic hotel. Art Deco at its best. The wine and beer was most appreciated and a good selection was offered. The fried fish and salmon dishes although small were very tasty go for the larger portions....More
This high tea matches all our overseas experiences. Lovely atmosphere, delicious treats and wonderful staff. We could do this every day - a REAL high tea.
We had a wonderful 3 course meal here while in Napier. Staff were lovely and had good drink recommendations, food was fabulous and they have a great wine selection. A lovely vintage feel coupled with fantastic food, a real winner!
Enjoyed an excellent dinner from creative menu at the Emporium. The service was very good with friendly waitress. Good value for the food and New Zealand wines. Good wine choices. Well located in Napier's downtown. Worth a repeat visit.
Lively place, clearly popular. Staff young and cheerful. However food was disappointing....when we said the chicken was tough the waitress replied "the cook told us to say it was tough because it was organic chicken" !! So clearly other comments already fed back to chef....More
Had dinner here twice during our Napier stay. Thoroughly enjoyable. Great casual relaxed space with many seating options for inside or outside. Food, wines and service were all of a high standard. The amazing display of Art Deco objects and curios would sustain interest for...More