This Brazilian-style eatery is operated by one of Auckland's longest established restaurateurs. The centrepiece of the dining room and of the menu, ... More
This Brazilian-style eatery is operated by one of Auckland's longest established restaurateurs. The centrepiece of the dining room and of the menu, has to be the copper-clad kitchen with its enormous, flaming, roasting spits. Patterned banquettes look out to the harbour, a beautiful stone wall runs down one side. You come here for the Churrasco, an "all you can eat" meat eater's delight. Perfectly seared beef, lamb, chicken, pork and seafood is sliced off the skewers straight onto your plate at NZD39.50 for adults, NZD19.50 for children. Wildfire also serves pasta, soup, pizza and tapas-style platters.
Named for its proximity to the Auckland Trotting Club Raceway at Alexandra Park, Gee Gee's Bar and Brasserie is well
known to locals and frequent race goers for its good food, atmosphere and attentive service. Trotting regalia adorns the ...
Recently renovated and refashioned, this is one of the oldest established restaurants in the city, yet still one of the
most popular. Set in the historic Ferry Building and overlooking the water, Cin Cin has high ceilings, granite, and ...
In West Auckland's wine country, Gracehill Vineyard offers buffet and set menus in a charming country garden setting overlooking the
vineyards. It specialises in hosting functions from weddings to corporate events where there are also set menus for canapes ...