Great menu selection , food is delicious , original , go taste for yourself , price reasonable . All in all lovely dinner.
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Good menu, cosy environment and friendly service. We had a good meal and our excellent waiter provided advice on the wine list.
We had a lovely evening here after a hard day on the Tongariro crossing. The food was delicious and filling, the staff were super helpful and funny, the atmosphere was just right. It would have been 5 stars but there was a delay on my...More
Really attractive, welcoming place and the fire was a very welcome sight on a cold night - deserving a 5star review. Food was very average, pizza and burgers only really tasted of salt. But great ambiance. Probably wouldn't go back due to food.
Went to the Powderkeg with friends after doing the Tongariro Crossing, It was a 40 minute wait for a table but we were welcomed to the bar for drinks while we waited - wait wasn't as long as expected & we were sat with generous...More
Moderate variety on the menu. Lively spot for a drink or meal with friends. Cozy atmosphere for apres ski or hiking.
We stopped here for an early dinner with our three kids while on a long road trip. The service was excellent and food was just what we were looking for. Kids portions were good, they all chose pizza and we had burgers with loaded wedges...More
My wife and I visited Powderkeg for dinner and took along our toddler. The staff were brilliant and took an order straight away for our boy so his food arrived quickly and left him with crayons and paper to keep him occupied beforehand. I had...More
Has a very nice meal, Staying in the attached hotel, Food was great, service good. Had a very nice conversation with the people at the table beside us.
Its tastless and terrible texture too solid. For $15 it was awfull. The shell the salmon entree came in was inedible. Not sure why. Lamb was very good.. I asked the waitress to pass it on to the chef about the desert, do they? I...More