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We have friends living locally whom has taken us (Australian visitors) out to Ake Ake on four occasions in the past 6 years. On each occasion it has been early to mid autumn, the restaurant has been quiet and each time it has been for...More
We have just enjoyed a beautiful lunch with family & friends. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the food & wine, surrounds & atmosphere. The service was excellent & the bill was fair. A great time had by all. Would highly recommend.
A party of seven adults and three children for wine tasting and lunch.
We had booked ahead and our table was ready even though we were a little early.
the wine tasting list was small but a good mixture of red and white wine styles...More
The meal I had was good, but not outstanding. I guess I was expecting more for such a fancy place. I go the pork belly and had potatoes and salad to share. The best part of the meal were the fresh vegetables served with the...More
On January 1st we got a warm welcome from owner Judy, a character who has lived all over the world, including Vancouver where I went to school for a year in the same area as Judy lived. How about that for coincidence? The food was...More
Our waitress was good but clearly not as sophisticated as one might expect for this quite upscale And pricey setting.
We did the wine tasting with the owner who was very helpful. However, the money was not handled well and we were confused when presented...More
I was a big fan of Ake Ake restaurant, and had a number of dinners there over the years. Unfortunately, the last visit was a bit disappointing. The food was amazing, no argument there, but the waitress (she appeared to be a front office manager)...More
Ake Ake became our number one choice to go out to eat, after sampling what Kerikeri and the surrounding area could provide. On numerous occasions having eaten here not just as a couple but also a group I would have recommended, and have; to anyone!...More
We had a really enjoyable dinner at Ake Ake Vineyard. When booking I've told them it will be my mum's 80th birthday dinner and they kindly decorate our table with a Happy Birthday sign. Both the service and our meals were excellent. The prices are...More